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Election 2021: Everything health care leaders need to know about the state of the campaign, polling, party platforms and potential election impacts

After months of speculation, Canadians are expected to head to the polls in September. There is no question that this election will be historic with voters’ minds on pandemic recovery; however, many questions remain unanswered. Will the Liberals be held to another minority as they were in 2019? What health care promises have been made? And what could the election results mean for health care, both federally and provincially?

Join us on Thursday, August 19 for an opportunity to hear from Santis‘ political and health policy experts on the state of the federal election and its potential impact on the health care sector.

Webinar details

Watch the webinar here.

Download the slides here.

Meet your Santis webinar hosts

Peter ClearyPrincipal
Peter joined Santis after serving as Director of Parliamentary Affairs for the Hon. Jane Philpott, Minister of Health in the Government of Canada. During his time on Parliament Hill, Peter maneuvered key initiatives through the legislative process including the government’s landmark assisted dying legislation and the successful negotiation of a 10-year health accord agreement with provinces and territories.

Stephanie Gawur, Senior Director, Government Relations
Stephanie specializes in government relations, issues management and municipal affairs. As an experienced consultant, Stephanie has an impressive track record driving change and achieving success for a number of health-sector clients including associations, pharmaceutical companies and innovative health tech companies.

Laura Mandell, Vice President, Communications
Laura leads the Santis communications team. She supports health care organizations strategically navigate a rapidly changing landscape of opportunities in order to achieve their goals through proactive and focused communications and branding work.