October 22, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

Maclean's in Conversation

in Conversation with Paul Wells

2021-10-28 19:00 2021-10-28 20:00 60 Canada/Eastern 🎟 NAC: Maclean's in Conversation

https://nac-cna.ca/en/event/29841

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On Thursday October 28, Paul will be speaking with Anne McLellan and Lisa Raitt who have both held senior posts in previous federal Liberal and Conservative governments. Now, only a month after a divisive federal election, they’re returning to Ottawa for a national summit on a prosperous new future for Canada. Why are dozens of organizations meeting to discuss reducing inequality, fighting climate change and raising living standards? Do their plans stand a chance in today’s partisan,...

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Thursday, October 28, 2021
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On Thursday October 28, Paul will be speaking with Anne McLellan and Lisa Raitt who have both held senior posts in previous federal Liberal and Conservative governments. Now, only a month after a divisive federal election, they’re returning to Ottawa for a national summit on a prosperous new future for Canada. Why are dozens of organizations meeting to discuss reducing inequality, fighting climate change and raising living standards? Do their plans stand a chance in today’s partisan, divided Ottawa? Fresh from their two-day Summit, Coalition for a Better Future co-chairs McLellan and Raitt will join Maclean’s senior writer Paul Wells to deliver a progress report.

Maclean’s Live in Conversation  
Hosted at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and broadcast live by CPAC, Maclean’s in Conversation is a recurring series in which Paul Wells interviews prominent newsmakers. During the lockdown, the series was taken online via Zoom and interviews were carried on our social media channels. Past guests have included Justin Trudeau, Jean Chrétien, Jason Kenney, Margaret Macmillan, Katie Telford, Mark Carney, Jagmeet Singh.


Presented by: Canadian Bankers Association in collaboration with CPAC and the National Arts Centre

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