40th Annual Outlook 2017 ” The GTA’s Best Political Economic Forecast Lunch “ In Partnership With National Post For forty seasons the Canadian Club and National Post have commenced each New Year with a forecast luncheon with an expert panel discussion on the economy, the markets and political issues that will affect Canadians in the […]
Canadian Club of Toronto
The Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario ” A Balanced Plan to Build Ontario Up for Everyone “ In an uncertain global economy, Ontario businesses are creating tens of thousands of good, new jobs — the most of any province over the past year. Ontario is investing record amounts to build transit, hospitals and schools, […]
Michael McCain, President and CEO, Maple Leaf Foods ” Food Security: It’s Time to Act “ Canada is the world’s breadbasket – abundant in both farmland and wealth – and yet 4,000,000 Canadians and 1 in 6 children don’t have food security. It’s time to shine a brighter light on this national issue and spur […]
Air Canada & GTAA: Moderated by Amber Kanwar, with Benjamin Smith and Howard Eng ” Fostering prosperity: The vital link between air connectivity and economic growth in Southern Ontario “ The nature of Canada’s—and indeed the world’s—economy is changing, moving toward knowledge-intensive activities and away from former pillars such as manufacturing. Knowledge is now recognized […]
Honourable Deb Matthews, Deputy Premier, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development, Minister Responsible for Digital Government ” Building Up Ontario’s Workforce in the Age of Disruption “ Competing and succeeding in today’s rapidly changing economy requires a workforce that is equipped with the skills that meet the needs of the jobs today and tomorrow. […]
Honourable Dwight Ball, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador
” The Way Forward: Sustainable Growth in Newfoundland and Labrador ”
Newfoundland and Labrador is a place of stark contrasts: rich resources, inventive people, and persistent challenges. Historic levels of investments over the past decade did not change many of the province’s most important outcomes in health and education.
Join us to hear the Honourable Brad Duguid, Ontario’s Minister of Economic Development and Growth, share his vision for how businesses and government can work together to build on Ontario’s current position of strength and drive technological change in the economy – or risk being left behind.
The Presidents of the Maple League of Universities – (Acadia), (Bishop’s), (Mount Allison), & (St. Francis Xavier University) – have an intimate discussion.