September 12, 2015 by Speakers' Spotlight
Election 2015: Paul Wells, Chantal Hébert, and Andrew Coyne On The Race To First Place
On October 19, Canadians from coast-to-coast head to the polls in the 2015 Federal Election. We’ve got three speakers who can help you make sense of it all.
Paul Wells is a senior columnist for Maclean’s magazine and one of Canada’s foremost political commentators who speaks on all of the political matters of the day. Most recently, Paul explained in Maclean’s how the refugee crisis went from burden to boon for Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
A prolific journalist who is passionate about Canadian politics, Chantal Hébert takes to the stage to address matters of national importance, while juggling her journalism with The Toronto Star, L’Actualité, and the CBC TV’s The National. In her Tuesday column in The Star, Chantal looked at the metamorphosis of Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe.
Insightful, provocative commentary on political and economic issues is what Andrew Coyne always delivers. With topical and timely presentations, the weekly columnist for the National Post ignites debate and discussion with every audience. Recently, Andrew suggested that the Tory campaign would be in a better place if it had any life in it.