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Join us for a fireside chat with Goldy Hyder as he shares board-level insights on the most pressing mechanisms for driving Canadian business success globally. 

We will explore:
  1. Canada’s relationship with the United States.
Governments, businesses, and civil society across North, South, and Central America are wrestling with many of the same problems -- climate change, inequality, and inflation, to name three examples. Our only hope of overcoming these daunting challenges is to work together. How to generate deeper cooperation – or move away from protectionist measures that could disrupt or de-incentivize U.S.-Canada trade and investment.
  1. Infrastructure.
Canada’s energy transition and climate change targets will require significant investment in innovation and infrastructure. The private sector is ready to do its part, but the government also has an important role. Businesses cannot and will not invest without a supportive and predictable regulatory environment. How can we achieve forward momentum?
  1. The talent play.
If we truly believe that people are Canada’s greatest strength, how can Canada’s workforce be supported to ensure a healthy, equitable, and sustainable economy now and in the future?
Do not miss this opportunity to engage and network on the most urgent challenges for leading Canadian businesses – today and going forward. 
 
In Person Fireside Chat
Monday, October 3rd, 2022
13:00 – 14:00 Networking
14:00 – 14:45 Fireside Chat with Goldy Hyder 
14:45 – 15:30 Open Q&A
15:30 – 16:00 Networking

Virtual participation between 14:00 – 15:30 available.

This event is supported by the Ivey Business School – Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute of Leadership.
Join us for a fireside chat with Goldy Hyder as he shares board-level insights on the most pressing mechanisms for driving Canadian business success globally. 


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This event is supported by the Ivey Business School – Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute of Leadership.

 
About Business Council of Canada
The Business Council of Canada is a non-profit, non-partisan organization representing the chief executives and heads of 150 leading Canadian businesses, employing 1.7 million Canadians and composed of every major industry across the country.
 
About ICD SWO
The ICD Southwestern Ontario (SWO) Chapter is a connected network of corporate directors serving SWO members, with a shared commitment to good governance. Our purpose is to be a conduit of value to local and aspiring directors within a highly engaged membership, through networking and sharing of knowledge and best practices. Our events offer relevant, timely topics that reflect the breadth and interests of our members’ boards and sectors within Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Hamilton, Brantford, Stratford, London, Sarnia, Windsor and surrounding communities – from NFPs, start-ups and SMEs to large publicly traded corporations. We invite you to join us at an event.
 
For assistance with registration, please contact southwesternontarioinfo@icd.ca

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Guest Speaker

Goldy Hyder Headshot

Facilitator

Gerard Seijts Headshot
Adam Fremeth Headshot
Romel Mostafa Headshot
Karinna Neumann Headshot
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