Wondering what to make of the results from the September 20 federal election and what they mean for Canadian democracy? Join two Carleton political science professors as they analyze the election results and answer audience questions about the implications for Canadian politics and public policy.

Carleton University’s virtual Bell Chair Post-Election Panel: What Happened? will feature analysis of the results by Department of Political Science professors Bill Cross and Erin Tolley, Canada Research Chair in Gender, Race, and Inclusive Politics.

Prof. Erin Tolley and Prof. Bill Cross

Prof. Erin Tolley & Prof. Bill Cross

The expert panel will discuss what the election results mean for Canadian democracy and answer audience questions about its implications for politics and public policy in our country.

The panel will be moderated by Prof. Jonathan Malloy, the Bell Chair in Canadian Parliamentary Democracy.

When: Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021, from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Registration: https://carleton.ca/polisci/cu-events/bell-chair-post-election-panel-what-happened/.

Note: This event is intended for the Carleton community. Journalists who wish to attend must indicate their news organization on the registration form a few days prior to the panel. Zoom meeting information will be provided.

About the Bell Chair in Canadian Parliamentary Democracy

The Hon. Dick and Ruth Bell Chair for the Study of Canadian Parliamentary Democracy was established to promote a better understanding of the dynamic and ever-evolving Canadian parliamentary system.

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