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ELXN2021: COVID Recovery Plans

Sat, Sep 4, 2021

It appears the money train has rolled out of each party’s campaign platform. In the pursuit of your vote, all parties are willing to spend to get your support at the ballot box. Which one do you feel will help the most?

Less than three weeks before we go to the polls, we’re getting a clearer look at how each party plans to get the economy rolling again. To get a better perspective on whether any will actually help the economy, we’ll talk to a number of experts. Coming up later on the show, Jasmin Guenette of The Canadian Federation of Independent Business will join us. First up is Mark Agnew, Sr. VP of Policy & Government Relations at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Ian Lee from the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University will also join us to close out the show. 

In our UV poll question this week we ask:  Which party do you feel has the best plan to get the economy back on track? 

Listen to the podcast, read the platforms and commentary, and then cast your vote and email the candidates in your riding to tell why you think what you do! 

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  • Jasmin Guenette

    Expertise: Lobbying, public policy, communications, non-profit management, stakeholders relations, public relations, fundraising, project management, project development and event management.

    https://ca.linkedin.com/in/jasmingu%C3%A9nette
  • Mark Agnew

    Mark Agnew manages the Chamber’s policy department and advocacy agenda domestically and internationally.

    https://chamber.ca/
  • Ian Lee

    Ian Lee is an Associate Professor at Carleton University in the Sprott School where he started in 1988, teaching the 4th year and(later) the MBA Strategic Management capstone course, as well as related courses such as International Business Strategy.

    https://sprott.carleton.ca/profile/ian-lee/
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Votes by District

The map above shows how the votes are broken down by district.

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