The Narrowing of Public Discourse

The Narrowing of Public Discourse

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About the Webinar

From COVID, to Critical Theory, to Climate Change - why is it there is only one opinion allowed on certain issues in the public sphere? Danielle explains how we got to this point and how to chart a path back to free speech.

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About the Speaker

Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith is the President of the Alberta Enterprise Group. Danielle has had a lifelong interest in Alberta public policy and finding the right balance between free enterprise and individual freedom, and the role of government. Danielle’s public policy experience began with an internship at the Fraser Institute. She was also elected as a trustee for the Calgary board of education and served as the director of the Alberta Property Rights Initiative and the Canadian Property Rights Research Institute. She was also the director of provincial affairs for Alberta with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. She was a Member of the Legislative Assembly for Highwood, leader of the Official Opposition, and leader of the Wildrose Party. Before entering politics, Danielle had extensive experience in the media. Most recently she was a radio host with Corus Entertainment for six years. She was also an editorial writer and columnist at the Calgary Herald, she served as host of Global Sunday, a national current affairs television talk show, and was the host of two programs on CKMX 1060 AM radio in Calgary, Health Frontiers and Standing Ground.

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