February 23, 2022
Challenges in the automotive sector, one of the most innovative and technologically advanced industries in the world, provide the background to discuss issues of international trade, supply chain dynamics and public policy adjustments, including energy and environmentally related policy.
Join Rob Wildeboer for a live interview followed by a question and answer session to gain insights on how to persevere and succeed in this challenging environment.
November 23, 2021
“The Most Important Judicial Virtue” with Supreme Court of Canada Justice, the Honourable Russell Brown
A Christmas celebration to inspire and connect diplomats, parliamentarians and business leaders from across Canada and the world.
What is the most important judicial virtue? For decades, lawyers, judges and academics have debated this. The leading views focus on competing virtues of sympathy and detachment, but can they be reconciled? And if so, how?
May 20, 2021
Hope for the future with lessons from the past. Join diplomats, parliamentarians, business leaders and spouses for this webinar, followed by Q and A and optional discussion groups.
April 7, 2021
Global trade and supply chains are in peril. Countries are pursuing protectionism. Is there a resolution? What is a way forward? Dr. Ann Penner discusses these issues and The Honourable Ed Fast, former Minister of International Trade, gives concluding remarks.
December 1 and 2, 2020
“Hope in Uncertainty” with keynote speaker, Dr. Peter Chung and special music by Getty Music
Financial challenges, isolation, relational stresses, illness or the death of a loved one…Where does one find hope?
A virtual Christmas celebration to inspire and connect diplomats, parliamentarians and business leaders from across Canada and the world.
June 11, 2020
“Charting a Course in a Post-COVID World – Truth and Trust in Work and Life” with Michael Ramsden
While it feels that life has been put on hold around the world, our world seems to be changing faster than we could have imagined only months ago. Leadership at times like this is challenging and is needed as never before. The questions as to who we can trust and what is trustworthy resurface with a new edge to them.