Panel "Canada 2011: Election Results and Prospects the future government"
The new absolute majority of the Conservative Party, the defeat of the Liberal Party and the progress of the New Democratic Party, raise challenges in the current political context of Canada.
The Center for Dialogue and Analysis on North America (CEDAN) and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico (CanCham) jointly organized the panel: "Canada 2011: Election Results and Prospects the future government" to analyze the outcome of this election.
In this panel, Canadian experts analyzed the election results and prospects in Canadian public policy, as well as the possible effects on foreign policy, particularly in the bilateral relationship with Mexico.
- Darrell Bricker, well-known expert in Canadian election campaigns and public opinion and Executive of the agency Ipsos Global Public Affairs
- Marina Jimenez, Senior writer at Canada's newspaper Globe and Mail and expert on Canadian foreign policy issues
- Rosalind Wilson, Advisor and Former President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico
- Isabel Studer, Director of the Center for Dialogue and Analysis on North America
Tuesday June 21
8:00 to 10:30 a.m.
Club de Industriales (Andres Bello No. 29, Polanco, CP 11560)