Date: March 25th 2014
Why do you vote? Why is the vote important? What is the impact of your vote on the democratic process? These are the main themes of the upcoming iVote-jeVote event taking place on March 25th at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Social Sciences Building.
Join us as we engage with 3 of Canada's four major federal party leaders: Justin Trudeau, Hon. Tom Mulcair, and Elizabeth May and honourable Member of Parliament, Michael Chong.
This event will be hosted by the first Parliamentary Budget Officer, Kevin Page, with research insight from Nik Nanos. The panel will be moderated by TVO's Steve Paikin and TFO's Linda Godin.
Thank you for your interest. We are excited to see you at our event. We have reached maxiumum capacity at the main event in FSS, but we invite all those interested in participating to take part of our satellite events at the University of Ottawa campus. Satellite rooms will be in the UCU Auditoriam and FSS4007. Can't make it? Follow our live stream: http://www.cpac.ca/fr/direct/cpac2/