Dec. 3 The Economist conference: Summit on Canada

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This will be the first conference held by The Economist Magazine on Canada and its future prospects. The event will include prominent speakers on a range of topics and I will be featured on panels involving the US-Canada relationship, resources and First Nations matters.
It will be held at the Art Gallery of Ontario and Greg Ip, US Economist Editor and a Canadian, will preside over the conference. Here are participants:
Canada Summit, and are thrilled to announce some of the key speakers including:
1. Stephen S. Poloz, Governor, Bank of Canada
2. Ailish Campbell, Vice President, Canadian Council of Chief Executives
3. Ed Clark, Chief Executive, TD Bank
4. Diane Francis, Author, Merger of the Century
5. Robert Greenhill, Managing Director, World Economic Forum
6. Tony Guthrie, Chief Executive, De Beers Canada
7. David Jacobson, Former US Ambassador to Canada
8. Michael Kergin, Former Canadian Ambassador to the US
9. Jeff Lehrmann, President, Chevron Canada
10. Monique Leroux, Chief Executive, Desjardins Group
11. Frank McKenna, Deputy Chair, TD Bank Group
12. David Miller, Chief Executive & Pres., WWF Canada
Ron Mock, Chief Executive, Ontario Teacher’s Pension Fund
13. Aditya Narain, Assistant Director Monetary & Capital Markets, IMF
14. Jim Prentice, Premier of Alberta
15. Thierry Vandal, Chief Executive & Presidnet, Hydro-Quebec
About The Canada Summit
It’s time for Canada to apply fresh thinking to policy-making and business strategy to unleash the country’s potential as a global powerhouse. The Economist’s first-ever Canada Summit will explore the pressing questions facing Canada’s economy today. The event is designed for business leaders, entrepreneurs, decision-makers, public officials and global executives, who are invested in Canada’s