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What will Canada’s communities look like after COVID-19? What’s a "shovel-worthy" job?

Join us on Zoom for the next Conversation series, as Linda Solomon Wood, editor-in-chief for Canada’s National Observer, speaks with Catherine McKenna, Canada's infrastructure and communities minister.

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Tuesday, June 16

4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET

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McKenna was elected the first female MP for Ottawa Centre and appointed environment and climate change minister in 2015. The former lawyer, UN negotiator, competitive swimmer and mom of three will be our next guest on our Conversations series.

This live interview is part of Linda Solomon Wood's Conversations series, sponsored by Canada's National Observer and featuring topics around COVID-19, the economy, politics, culture and climate change. To watch more Conversations, head over to our YouTube channel. To stay up to date on upcoming interviews, subscribe here.