Mike Moffatt is the director of research and policy at Canada 2020, an assistant professor at Western University’s Ivey Business School, and co-owner of Nexreg Compliance, an exporter of services to the chemical industry. What would it take for the Ontario Progressive Conservatives to balance the budget, now that every leadership candidate has vowed to scrap their planned carbon tax?
Mike Moffatt is the director of research and policy at Canada 2020, an assistant professor at Western University’s Ivey Business School, and co-owner of Nexreg Compliance, an exporter of services to the chemical industryIn the leadership race triggered by the resignation of Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown, all three candidates have pledged to scrap the carbon tax that was the centrepiece of the Tory platform. Can the platform be salvaged after removing one of the key planks?
Panelists include:Robert Asselin, Senior Director, Public Policy at BlackberryRachel Curran, Senior Associate, Harper & AssociatesMike Moffattl, Director, Public Policy & Research at Canada 2020Jennifer Robson, Assistant Professor at the Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management, Carleton University Registration is free and open to the public.
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