After a summer election with the second lowest voter turnout in Canadian history, the Liberals have secured a minority government.
We can expect to see a more divided parliament returning and opposition parties raising questions about health care promises that have been made. What will all these health care commitments mean both federally and provincially, as well as for Canadians and stakeholders moving forward?
Join us for an opportunity to hear from Santis’ political and health policy experts as we do a deep dive into the election results and what the 44th parliament will look like.
Watch the webinar here.
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Meet your Santis webinar hosts
Peter Cleary, Principal
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.
Chris Steer, Senior Consultant
Chris is an expert in government relations, community engagement and crisis communications with more than a decade of experience providing political and communications advice to politicians, not-for-profits and industry associations in Canada and internationally. He has worked on communications and government relations projects in health organizations across the globe, including for the Royal College of Anaesthetists in the UK and one of Australia’s largest health and long-term care providers. Chris helps Santis’ clients navigate the political environment and engage with government stakeholders at a provincial and federal level.