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All the Best Events in Canada to Mark on Your Calendar

Here are all the best events talking place in Canada over the next TWO years.

Get your calendar loaded and be the social butterfly you always wanted to be and have your social media fans see what you get up to inside of Canada.

March 6, 2020

The rise of clean energy worldwide: can Canada keep pace?

The Canadian clean energy sector is small, but growing rapidly. He said the industry has just wiped out the billion dollars in the world market that is expected to triple by the end of this decade. The rise of clean energy is coming: can Canada compete and make money?

March 25, 2020

The future of American energy.

Canada 2020 is pleased to announce that Pulitzer Prize winner and energy visionary Daniel Yergin is coming to Ottawa in March this year for a private dinner. Yergin participates in the discussion Jim Prentice, Vice President and Vice President CIBC.

April 8, 2020

Special occasion: “The Next Big Thing” with Brian Mulroney

What is the next big thing? ”

We asked Brian Mulroney, the eighteenth Canadian Prime Minister responsible for his excellence, this question for this dinner. Whether it’s free trade between Canada and the United States, or the imposition of a tax on goods and services, many of the achievements of its dominance, Brian Mulroney, are major strategic initiatives of choice. important, but still accepted by his government.

April 28, 2020

Special event: Daron Acemoglu – Why countries fail

Why are some countries rich and others poor, broken down by wealth and poverty, health and disease, food and hunger? Is it culture, climate, geography? Maybe ignorance of which policy is right? No one can answer these questions better than Daron Acemoglu, the award-winning author of “Why Nations Fail: The Power of the Origin of Power, Well-Being and Poverty”.

May 8, 2020

Canada 2020 Lecture Series # Voting: Prime Minister Kathleen Wynne

On June 26, 2014, Canada 2020 welcomed Kathleen Wynne, Prime Minister of Ontario, MPP, for a political speech on Wednesday evening. In his speech, the Prime Minister called “the Ontario we want” (a kind of echo in our tent project, we want Canada by 2020), in which a national public transport strategy and areas are Canada’s most populous on the eve of a congestion crisis.

May 20, 2020

Montréal Casino: Job Expo

By opening a new casino wing, you can apply for jobs, chefs, cleaners, traders, croupiers, security guards and more. You will also learn casino games such as roulette, baccarat, blackjack and poker. It is advisable to bring identification and you can wear casual clothes, even if you end up having an interview to work at the casino.

June 2, 2020

Special occasion: the American Ambassador Bruce A. Heyman

When former President Obama appointed a new ambassador to Canada it was a new change in 2016 and we are proud to welcome His Excellency Bruce A. Heyman on June 2 in Ottawa for his first official speech in our country.

September 17, 2020

Panel: Innovations in the Canadian energy sector.

Research and innovation are at the heart of the Canadian energy sector. In oil and gas, our growing energy production or renewable sector: research, development and diffusion of new technologies lead to greater efficiency, lower emissions and faster environmental performance .

November 8, 2020

Special events: Canada 2020 and TD present Lawrence H. Summers

Two days after the US elections, Canada 2020 and TD Larry Summers traveled to Ottawa to discuss: the global economy, the US elections and tax cheating: where are we now?

January 30, 2021

The Canada We Want in the 2020 Lecture Series: Competition Issues

Strong market competition is a key driver of business innovation, which contributes most to productivity growth, protecting key sectors of the Canadian economy from the full force of global competition, sometimes even among the provinces.

October 23, 2021

Panel: Big Data and the future of progressive politics

Your data, social media and technology have radically changed the way product movements, collection, campaigns and sales are made.

The United States is at the forefront, led by President Obama’s analytical victory in 2012.

Canada 2020 welcomes Dan Wagner and Teddy Goff, two of America’s leading digital architects. United States In Ottawa, for his interesting vision of big data and the future of progressive politics.

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