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SFU experts available on SNC-Lavalin ethics report

August 14, 2019

Federal Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion released his findings today on the SNC-Lavalin matter. The following Simon Fraser University experts are available to provide commentary on this issue:

Stewart Prest, lecturer, political science, 604.219.9309;
Expertise: Canadian politics, democratic institutions, society relations

Sanjay Jeram
, senior lecturer, political science, 604.445.6790; (available after 2:00 p.m. PT today) 
Expertise: Canadian politics, public opinions, ideologies, political cultures, electoral strategy, 

Mark Wexler, professor, Beedie School of Business, 778-782-7846; (available starting Thursday, August 15)
Expertise: Ethics, knowledge management, business and society  

Sun-ha Hong, assistant professor, School of Communication, 778-782-4468; 
Expertise: Communications, new media, critical theory and ethics

Sanjay Jeram, Department of Political Science, 604.445.6790; 
Stewart Prest, Department of Political Science, 604.219.9309;
Mark Wexler, Beedie School of Business, 778-782-7846;
Sun-ha Hong, School of Communication, 778-782-4468;
Braden McMillan, University Communications and Marketing, 778.782.3210,

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