Brock University plans two federal election panel discussions

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Brock University is planning a pair of panel discussions to take a closer look at the federal election.

The first panel on Wednesday, October 16th entitled 'The 2019 federal election preview: The leaders, the issues, and the stakes' will take a look at what the election could mean locally and on the national stage.

Panelists include Associate Professor Charles Conteh and instructor Tim Fowler from Brock as well as University of Toronto Associate Professor of Political Science Erin Tolley.

After the dust has settled, another panel will be held on Wednesday, October 23rd to delve into the election results.

The panel called 'Unpacking the federal election: What happened, why, and the future' will feature three Brock experts: Department of Sociology Associate Professor Tamari Kitossa, Political Science Associate Professor Livianna Tossutti, and Professor Emeritus David Siegel.

Both events will be at the St. Catharines Public Library at 7 p.m.

Anyone interested in attending in encouraged to RSVP online as seating is limited.