Canada's Policy Future - How do we design policy in Canada in reaction to Trump?

When:
March 9, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm America/Toronto Timezone
2017-03-09T19:00:00-05:00
2017-03-09T22:00:00-05:00
Where:
Senate Chamber, N940 Ross Building
4700 Keele St
Toronto, ON M3J 1P3
Canada
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Munisha Basiram

The representatives of the Business and Society Student Club, Economics Students' Association - ESA, Public Policy & Administration Student AssociationUndergraduate Political Science Council and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy Toronto-YorkU cordially invite you to join us as we discuss Canada's Policy Future - How do we design policy in Canada in reaction to Trump?

This panel discussion will feature guest panelists:
- Dr. Peter Penz
- Jordan Brennan
- Dr. Sirvan Karimi
- Warren and Lisa Kinsella

A networking reception including a cash bar will follow, catered by the Orange Snail.
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Since the inauguration of President Donald Trump on January 20th there has been a significant shift in the social, political, and economic policy spaces around the world. The new economic and social policies under President Trump will have a huge impact on everyone, especially Canada.

President Trump’s election has also lead to the rise of far-right groups, such as anti-immigrant, xenophobic, homophobic and neo-Nazi sympathizers who are isolating different minorities. Universities in Canada, including York, have seen an uptick in international student applications. The Trump administration is also going to change the economics between Canada and the U.S. dramatically with potential changes to the corporate tax rate, fossil fuel subsidies and a general policy of “America First”. What should Canada’s policy reaction be?

To further discuss what economic, social and foreign policies Canada should be put in place in response to the Trump administration, we are inviting a panel of experts to discuss this important issue with tomorrow’s future leaders.