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SFU experts: federal election debate tonight

October 07, 2019
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With both federal and provincial politics front and center today, SFU experts are available to comment. Among them, SFU Political Science Professors Cara Camcastle and Sanjay Jeram are available on tonight’s federal leaders English-language debate. Camcastle is also available to comment on B.C. Green party leader Andrew Weaver’s resignation.

Experts can also provide comment on the range of issues being discussed during the debate, including affordability and economic insecurity, national/global leadership, Indigenous issues, human rights and immigration, and the environment.

For a complete experts list see: https://www.sfu.ca/university-communications/issues-experts/2019/08/sfu-2019-election-experts-directory.html

Contact:
Cara Camcastle, professor, department of political science, 778.887.5585; ccamcast@sfu.ca
Sanjay Jeram, senior lecturer, department of political science, 604.445.6790; sjeram@sfu.ca (Available on Tuesday, October 8 - 8:30 am-10:30 am)

To help getting in touch with an expert, please contact:
Shradhha Sharma, University Communications and Marketing, 778.782.3210, shradhha_sharma@sfu.ca

 

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