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Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street


An evening with Chantal Hébert

October 23, 2018

Join us for a Special Evening with political columnist Chantal Hébert to launch Visions Ouest Productions 25th Anniversary celebrations. As both a national affairs columnist with the Toronto Star and L’Actualité and weekly participant on CBC’s The National, Chantal is an expert on Canadian politics and we are honoured to have her share her insights on a range of topics including the new NAFTA treaty, the recent changes in the political landscape across the country, most notably with the election results in Quebec and New Brunswick and the upcoming release of former Prime Minister Stephen Harper's book “Right Now: Politics and Leadership in the Age of Disruption”.


Chantal Hébert is a national affairs writer with The Toronto Star, a guest columnist for L’Actualité, and a weekly participant on the political panel At Issue on CBC TV-The National. A prolific journalist who is passionate about Canadian politics―particularly in relation to Quebec―Chantal speaks with authority and passion on public policy and other matters of national importance.
She first covered Parliament Hill for Radio-Canada and subsequently served as parliamentary bureau chief for Le Devoir and La Presse. A graduate of Glendon College and York University, Chantal is a Senior Fellow of Massey College at the University of Toronto and holds honorary degrees from a dozen Canadian universities. She is an officer of the Order of Canada and a recipient of two Asia-Pacific media fellowships (Malaysia and Japan). In 2006 she received the Hy Solomon award for excellence in journalism and public policy as well as York University’s Pinnacle Achievement Bryden Alumni award. Ms. Hébert’s second book titled The Morning After was published in September 2014.


Visions Ouest Production (VOP) is a non-profit organization that promotes artistic, recreational, educational and cultural activities within the province of British Columbia and the community at large in French and in English and provides a forum for dialogue and cross- cultural communication.

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Tuesday October 23 at 7.30 at SFU Woodward’s
149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 1H7

The evening is co-presented in partnership with SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs