Western's Center for Canadian-American Studies will host WWU's Butch Kamena at noon on Friday, Oct. 4 in Academic West 305 for "Planes, Buses & Roller Coasters: The Wild Ride of the 2019 Canadian Federal Election Campaign."
Kamena's presentation is free and open to the public, and will focus on the Canadian federal voting process, how it differs from that in the United States, and what the election could mean for U.S. citizens.
The presentation is part of the center's package of events focused on the elections in Canada. Other upcoming events will include:
- Debate-watching party: Come watch Canadian political leaders debate the major issues of the election from 4-6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 7 at Greene's Corner, 2208 James St. in Bellingham.
- Election Night at Canada House: Come watch the results roll in and discuss the implication of the election starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21 at Canada House, located between WWU's PAC and High Street Hall.
For more information about the center's election events, contact Christina Keppie, director of the Center for Canadian-American Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org.