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CNA2019

New nuclear politics and policies panel at CNA2019

Top to bottom: Dale Eisler, Edward Greenspon, Ingrid Thompson

On Thursday, February 28, at 4:15 p.m., Dale Eisler, Edward Greenspon, and Ingrid Thompson take the stage at CNA2019 to discuss new nuclear politics and policies.

Awareness is growing of the many power and non-power benefits of nuclear technology. Taken together, these cover a wide range of national interests. How should we be looking at New Nuclear from a strategic perspective? What does the evolving technology imply for state-to-state relations, national security, technology leadership, and commercial success?

Dale Eisler is the Senior Advisor, Government Relations at the  University of Regina. He has an extensive background in the federal public service and Canadian journalism. After a 25-year career in journalism with Saskatchewan and national publications, Dale spent 15 years in various senior roles with the Government of Canada, most recently as Assistant Deputy Minister for the Energy Security Task Force at Natural Resources Canada.

Edward Greenspon is President and CEO of the Public Policy Forum. He has worked at the intersection of journalism and public policy for more than 30 years. Before joining the Public Policy Forum, Ed was a journalist with The Globe and Mail, Bloomberg News and newspapers in Western Canada. He is also the author of two books on Canadian politics, policy and public opinion.

Ingrid Thompson, is the former President and CEO of Pollution Probe. Ingrid joined the Pollution Probe team in October 2016. Prior to this, Ingrid spent a decade consulting in Europe for a number of organizations, helping them to plan and navigate change and transformation programs. In her early career, Ingrid served as senior advisor for various officials in the Ontario government, taking lead roles on key files such as the launch of Drive Clean, an overhaul of Ontario air quality standards, the Walkerton e-Coli water contamination tragedy, and the initial development of the Northern Ontario medical school.

For more information about CNA2019 visit https://cna.ca/cna2019/.