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The BC Chapter of the Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC-BC) invites you to a lunch-hour panel discussion with Elizabeth Cull, former NDP cabinet minister, Kevin Falcon, former BC Liberal cabinet minister, and Matt Toner, one of two deputy leaders of the BC Green party, as they break down what happened in the 2017 BC provincial election and lay out what’s next in provincial politics.

Panelists:

Elizabeth Cull is a Senior Associate with Hill+Knowlton Strategies and was the minister of health, finance minister and deputy premier in the NDP government of Mike Harcourt

Kevin Falcon is an Executive Vice President with Anthem Capital and was the minister of health, transportation and infrastructure, finance and deputy premier in the BC Liberal government of Gordon Campbell

Matt Toner is one of two deputy leaders of the BC Green party and an active member of Vancouver’s tech landscape.

Moderator: Tamara Little, Owner and Chief Client Advisor, Coast Communications and Public Affairs; President, BC Chapter of the Public Affairs Association of Canada

Platinum Sponsors: The Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists and Air Canada

Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Time: 11:45am – 1:30pm

Light lunch provided

Location: Hastings Room, Oceanic Plaza, 1035 West Pender, Vancouver

Registration fee:

PAAC Member: $25

Non-Member: $50

Student: $15

Register Here >>

 

Date:
Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 11:45 am – 1:30 pm
Location:
Hastings Room, Oceanic Plaza

The BC Chapter of the Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC-BC) invites you to a lunch-hour panel discussion with Elizabeth Cull, former NDP cabinet minister, Kevin Falcon, former BC Liberal cabinet minister, and Matt Toner, one of two deputy leaders of the BC Green party, as they break down what happened in the 2017 BC provincial election and lay out what’s next in provincial politics.

Panelists:

Elizabeth Cull is a Senior Associate with Hill+Knowlton Strategies and was the minister of health, finance minister and deputy premier in the NDP government of Mike Harcourt

Kevin Falcon is an Executive Vice President with Anthem Capital and was the minister of health, transportation and infrastructure, finance and deputy premier in the BC Liberal government of Gordon Campbell

Matt Toner is one of two deputy leaders of the BC Green party and an active member of Vancouver’s tech landscape.

Moderator: Tamara Little, Owner and Chief Client Advisor, Coast Communications and Public Affairs; President, BC Chapter of the Public Affairs Association of Canada

Platinum Sponsors: The Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists and Air Canada

Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Time: 11:45am – 1:30pm

Light lunch provided

Location: Hastings Room, Oceanic Plaza, 1035 West Pender, Vancouver

Registration fee:

PAAC Member: $25

Non-Member: $50

Student: $15

Register Here >>