The Canadian economy faces powerful, disruptive forces. Against this backdrop, how should our governments, businesses and other key stakeholders, work in lockstep to build on our country’s major strengths, and stimulate sustained growth and ensure prosperity for all Canadians?
Ivey's Lawrence National Centre for Policy & Management in collaboration with the Ivey Alumni Network Ottawa Chapter hosted a dynamic discussion featuring Dr. Alan Bernstein, Karimah Es Sabar, and Goldy Hyder, moderated by Paul Wells.
Ivey’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management & Centre for Building Sustainable Value invite you to an exclusive dialogue moderated by Ivey's Dean Sharon Hodgson and featuring Mark Carney, Stephen S. Poloz, and Andy Chisholm, MBA '85.
Moderated by Ivey’s Dean Sharon Hodgson, this engaging discussion featured Mark Carney, Stephen S. Poloz, and Andy Chisholm. Panelists contemplated how values will be crucial for charting actionable policies to ensure Canada’s path to long term, inclusive, and sustainable development.
Dean Sharon Hodgson sat down with Dave Forestell, Vice President, Office of the President and CEO at Scotiabank and member of the Centre’s Advisory Council, to discuss key insights, policy challenges, and the future of open banking in Canada.
The Lawrence National Centre at Ivey Business School, in collaboration with The Ivey Academy and the Ivey Alumni Network Ottawa Chapter, hosted their first livestream event of the year on Wednesday, January 13th. The event featured Stephen Poloz and was moderated by Paul Wells.
In a conversation guided and moderated Paul Wells, panelists Perrin Beatty, Sandra Pupatello and Mark Warner thoughtfully sparred on topics such as evolving Canada-US domestic relations, Canada’s position in the global economy and keys to ensuring national competitiveness.