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Orange Chinook: Politics in the New Alberta

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Senate Room, Hotel Alma

University of Calgary

169 University Gate NW

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As the 2019 provincial election rapidly approaches, what lessons should we learn from the surprising 2015 victory of the Alberta NDP?

Join the authors and editors of Orange Chinook: Politics in the New Alberta for a panel discussion of Alberta politics. Moderated by Deborah Yedlin, a contributor to Orange Chinook and Chancellor of the University of Calgary, this is an incredible opportunity to explore the 2015 election—its campaigns, its challenges, and its relevance for 2019. Questions and discussion to follow.

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- Deborah Yedlin, Chancellor of the University of Calgary (Moderator)
- Duane Bratt, Mount Royal University
- Ron Kneebone, University of Calgary School of Public Policy
- Anthony Sayers, University of Calgary Department of Political Science
- David Stewart, University of Calgary Department of Political Science
- Jennifer Zwicker, University of Calgary School of Public Policy

Doors open at 5:30. Panel discussion will begin at 6:00. A reception will follow the event at 7:30.

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