About this event
Join us for a conversation with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Canada’s challenges as we emerge from the shadow of today’s pandemic and past struggles: post-COVID recovery, Indigenous reckoning and reconciliation, relations with China — bring your questions! Hosted by Toronto Star columnist and Ryerson visiting practitioner Martin Regg Cohn. This event is sponsored by the Faculty of Arts, registration is free.
About the Speakers:
Justin Trudeau is Canada’s 23rd prime minister and MP for Papineau. He led the third-place Liberals to government in late 2015 and won re-election in 2019. The son of former PM Pierre Trudeau, he was born in Ottawa and raised in Montreal. A graduate of McGill University and UBC, he was a teacher and activist before entering politics, and is the father of three children.
Martin Regg Cohn is a political columnist for the Toronto Star and former foreign correspondent. A visiting practitioner in the Faculty of Arts and founder of the Ryerson Democracy Forum, he is also a senior fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.
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