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Bios of our moderator and today’s guest:
Moderator Eric Newell’s career began with Imperial Oil and Esso, where his skills as an engineer and manager made him a valuable asset. He was frequently sent “on loan” to sites across North America, moving through postings in 15 different cities over the first 20 years of his career before moving to Alberta in 1986. His temporary assignment with the Syncrude oil sands development in northern Alberta became permanent and Eric and his wife, Kathy, settled their family in Fort McMurray. Eric’s responsibilities with Syncrude quickly grew to include service as president, CEO and chairman of the board of directors. Eric is a Troy Media contributor. For interview requests, click here.
David Parker is Managing Director of Parker and Associates (focused on lobbying provincial and federal governments); Director of Field Operations for the Kevin Falcon Leadership Campaign; active in the formation of policy for the Federal Conservative Party of Canada and the United Conservative Party, particularly with regard to examining the relationship between populism at a regional level and Canadian sovereignty and free trade; Vice President for The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Government and Society; Formerly Director of Field Operations for the Erin O’Toole Leadership Campaign; Head, Office of Minister of International Trade; Policy Advisor to Minister of Canadian Heritage; has managed ten political campaigns, including overseeing successful campaigns for MPs and councillors; Regional Advisor for the Prairies to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper. David is a Troy Media contributor. For interview requests, click here.
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