What are the key insights from the leadership race? What does the outcome of the election mean for the Ontario PC Party over the next four years?

Join the Public Affairs Association of Canada on Tuesday, May 12th for a special panel of those close to the leadership campaigns.

The Ontario PC Party will be holding their Leadership Convention on May 9 in Toronto. There will be a great deal of interest in the outcomes of this race.

There have been many surprising developments throughout the race. The party’s membership has grown significantly and there has been a lot of buzz as to what the future holds for the party.

Join us for this special panel of those close to the leadership campaigns. Hear their insights and tactics while gaining unprecedented access to the strategies that make a candidate a winner. They will go into detail as to what took place behind the scenes in their respective campaigns and comment on what they believed were the key moments and lessons learned from this campaign.

You’ll have the opportunity to ask our panelists questions that have been on your mind throughout the entire campaign. You’ll also have the opportunity to network with the panelists themselves, public affairs and communications professionals and media personalities.

Space is limited, so register as soon as possible. Please note that this panel is “Off The Record”.


Ari Laskin, Campaign Manager, Christine Elliot Campaign
Steven Coupland, Deputy Campaign Manager, Lisa MacLeod Campaign
Bob Stanley, Campaign Manager, Patrick Brown Campaign
Peter Seemann, Campaign Manager, Vic Fedeli Campaign


Steve Paikin, Host, The Agenda on TVO

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