The Canadian Nuclear Association is proud to partner with the Forum for Young Canadians, a program that introduces high school students from across the country to life on Parliament Hill and demystifies the political process. We think it’s important to encourage Canada’s next generation of leaders to become engaged in their passions and stretch their potential.
This isn’t the first time we’ve combined the passion of the young generation and politics. Check out our blog post about when we brought NU Energy to Parliament Hill.
Last week, TalkNUclear attended the Forum dinner with MPs, students. The Forum dinners are a chance for potential future parliamentarians to meet and interact with sitting MPs, and for all to have a good time!
Pictured above is a group of young Canadians from B.C. and Alberta with MPs Nina Grewal, MP for Fleetwood Port-Kells, B.C. (in purple), Cathy McLeod, MP for Kamloops – Thompson – Cariboo, B.C. (in green), and Earl Dreeshen, MP for Red Deer (in the back, behind Ms. McLeod).
This year’s event was one of the best attended to date. After 35 years, the Forum for Young Canadians is a well-respected organization that is still going strong. Visit their website to learn more.