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Ontario Region: Business Meeting #2

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When: 11:00 AM
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Mississauga Convention Centre
75 Derry Rd W
Mississauga, Ontario  L5W 1G3
Contact: Nancy Barden

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Ontario Region Business Meeting #2


Date: January 19, 2017


Speaker: Paul Wells  


Topic: A Look at Canada and the World



National Affairs Columnist, Toronto Star


Nobody knows Ottawa better than Paul Wells, the former political editor of Maclean’s magazine and the current national affairs columnist at the Toronto Star. In more than two decades on the Hill, he has covered seven federal elections, three prime ministers and a big piece of the nation’s history. Fresh, funny and authoritative, Wells speaks in both official languages on all of the matters of the day, from Canada’s position in the global economy, to the inside scoop on what’s really happening inside the Parliament buildings.

The New Yorker magazine called him “Canada’s foremost Harperologist,” and his bestselling book on Harper, The Longer I’m Prime Minister, is the only book ever to win three major non-fiction book awards: The Shaughnessy Cohen Prize, the John W. Dafoe Book Prize and the Ottawa Book Award.

Wells has won three gold National Magazine Awards and a National Newspaper Award and has filed stories from 17 countries around the world, including the war in Afghanistan, the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris, and three U.S. presidential election campaigns.

He is a frequent commentator on French- and English-language television and radio, and in August of 2015 was the moderator of the Maclean’s National Leaders Debate, which drew a larger television audience than the other two English-language debates combined.

Wells studied at the University of Western Ontario and the Institut d’Etudes politiques de Paris. He is on the Advisory Committee of the new Glendon School of Public Affairs and is a Fellow of the new School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto.

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