How to Create a Winning Conservative Climate Plan (Old)

An online forum hosted by Clean Prosperity

March 16, 2021 • 11:30 am – 1:00pm (EST)

The upcoming federal election will be fought on climate and environment policy, amongst other key issues. Canadian voters want their provincial and national governments to take decisive action in this area.

How can the Conservative Party of Canada develop a winning climate plan, and what policies should be included?

Join us for an online policy forum where senior policy and decision-makers from across Canada will share their insights on why the climate file is so important for the party, and what should be done about it.


in alphabetical order

Ken Boessenkool
J.W. McConnell Professor of Practice at the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University; former Senior Policy Advisor to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Chief of Staff to British Columbia Premier Christy Clark

Christy Clark
Senior Adviser, Bennett Jones; former Premier of British Columbia

Mitch Davidson
Executive Director, StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and the Economy; former Head of Policy to Ontario Premier Doug Ford

Louis Leger
Chief of Staff and Deputy Minister, Office of the Premier of New Brunswick, Blaine Higgs

Hon. Lisa Raitt, P.C.
Vice-Chair, Global Investment Banking, CIBC Capital Markets; former Deputy Leader of the Official Opposition