Building a First-Class Digital Roadmap with RAP Graduates
Join our alumni as they speak about obtaining the tools to overcome digital barriers through the Recovery Activation Program.
Oct 28, 2020
The Trudeau Government promised to build a clean energy future for Canada, including investments in cleantech innovation, building retrofits and electric vehicles. But with the US election on the horizon, Canada’s energy policies will be impacted by our relationship with the President on the other side of the 49th parallel.
Democratic Nominee Joe Biden made waves when he announced a $2 trillion clean energy plan. Meanwhile, President Trump has promised more oil drilling and less environmental regulation, with the potential for a rail line that would ship Canadian oil through Alaska. What do these two starkly different plans mean for Canada’s energy future? What does a Biden win or a Trump re-election mean for clean energy? Our expert panel unpacks this and more.
When: October 28, 2020