Disinformation and misinformation can damage public trust in institutions and democracy.
This event will explain how disinformation and misinformation can affect the federal government and what is being done to respond to these threats. The federal government's response includes new investments in Budget 2022 that support the coordination, development and implementation of new measures to combat disinformation and misinformation and protect Canadian democracy.
Participants will learn how current and future initiatives will help build trust and enhance resilience against disinformation and misinformation.
Learn more about The Trust Series.
- Rouben Khatchadourian, Vice President, Strategic Policy, Public Health Agency of Canada
- Allen Sutherland, Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Democratic Institutions and Machinery of Government, Privy Council Office
- Owen Ripley, Associate Assistant Deputy Minister, Cultural Affairs, Canadian Heritage
- Samantha Bradshaw, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Stanford University and CIGI Fellow
Aiesha Zafar, Faculty member, Canada School of Public Service