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The Canada Summit

It’s test time for Canada. The country’s stable macroeconomic environment and sound monetary policy have allowed it to emerge from the global financial crisis barely scathed. But Canada still faces a number of urgent political, economic and social challenges.

The Economist is bringing its renowned country summits and coverage of Canada to life this December 3rd in Toronto. TEC Canada has joined the event as a partner to explore the pressing questions facing Canada’s economy today.

The Canada Summit will showcase the latest data from the Economist Intelligence Unit and explore the future of social and economic progress in Canada and its place in the global business community.

Economist editors, internationally recognized experts and government and business leaders will gather in Toronto to assess the country’s political, economic and social landscape.

The full-day event, which will explore a variety of critical issues ranging from future financial health to national identity, will provide senior executives with the knowledge they need to operate successfully in Canada and beyond.

Currently confirmed speakers include:
– David Miller, Chief executive and president, WWF Canada; Former Mayor of Toronto
– Tony Guthrie, Chief executive, De Beers Canada
– Robert Greenhill, Managing director and chief business officer, World Economic Forum
– Ed Clark, Chief executive, TD Bank
– Stephen S. Poloz, Governor, Bank of Canada
– Monique F. Leroux, Chief executive, Desjardins Group

The TEC Canada community can register with our special partner code: EMPMPTEC for $400 off. Click here to purchase your ticket.

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