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May 30, 2017 at 9h30-11h00 and 14h00-15h30
On May 27th, members of the Conservative Party of Canada choose their new leader.
- What were the key events of the leadership race?
- What are some of the expected outcomes under the new leader?
- What are the potential divisions? How might the party work through these divisions?
From his rich experience of participation in 18 electoral and leadership races, Mr. Donison will share insights and thoughts on these questions.
The same roundtable will be offered twice on May 30, 2017, first from 9h30-11h00 and again from 14h00-15h30. Because space is limited, please RSVP as soon as possible. We will seek to honour your time preference.
Une interprétation simultanée en français sera disponible sur demande.
Strategic Advisor and General Manager of Crestview Strategy
Mr. Donison is a graduate of the University of Victoria (Honours Political Science) and the University of British Columbia (Law). He practiced law particularly in the areas of commercial, real estate and succession and estate law for 23 years and is still currently a member of the British Columbia Bar. He also taught courses on Constitutional law at the University of Victoria.
He has experience working with cabinet ministers – first as assistant to the Minister of National Defence and Veterans’ Affairs in Ottawa and second as assistant to the Minister of Industry and Small Business Development in Victoria, BC.
Mr. Donison is also a veteran of 18 federal and provincial elections. His political positions were Deputy-Director and then Director of Policy and Research in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, Executive Director of the Conservative Party of Canada, and Senior Policy Advisor for Legislation and Democratic Reform to the Government House Leader. more