The Manning Centre holds its annual Networking conference in Ottawa. The 2015 edition took place March 6-7. The sessions covered the spectrum of politics, campaigning, and the role of digital in politics and democratic engagement.

It’s hard to think of the political right and digital without thinking about Ministers Tony Clement and James Moore. Combined with Google’s Colin McKay and moderator Goldy Hyder, the audience was treated to an interesting discussion.

More than the prepared remarks, the Q&A was interesting and engaging.

On this edition of digital public affairs, excerpts of the Q&A portion of the Technology and politics in the 21st century panel at #MNC2015.

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