"The US Election and How Canada Could be Impacted"
This event, in partnership with the Office of Advancement, will feature panelists addressing the implications of the US election for Canada if Trump were to be re-elected: American politics, gender, class and/or race in the US, immigration, journalism and the role of traditional and social media (e.g., false news, polling failures, etc.), Canada-US relations, international politics, international trade, diplomacy, or global security.
Attendees are invited to participate in the discussion by posting questions and comments.
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM (Atlantic)
The event will be livestreamed via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dalumni/live
Open Dialogue Live: Neighbourly Relations
Featuring FASS faculty members Robert Finbow (Political Science), Ajay Parasram (IDS and History), Brian Bow (Political Science) and alum Kayla Preston (MA SOSA)
For further details and presenters’ bios, please visit: https://alumni.dal.ca/get-connected/event/open-dialogue-live-us-election-impacts-canada/"The US Election and How Canada Could be Impacted"