It's agreed that Canadians should pay less for wireless and internet services but it's difficult to keep prices low for long without investing in networks, CRTC chairman Ian Scott said. Scott, who heads Canada's federal telecommunications regulator, said retail prices could go down faster if internet and wireless service resellers just paid to use somebody else's networks.
Canada will have capacity for stimulus programs to keep a rebound going even after massive government spending on the Covid-19 crisis, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Chief Executive Officer Victor Dodig said.
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole took aim at what he called financial elites, saying his own party needs to take inequality more seriously and to support ongoing emergency aid. He used the midday speech to a largely business audience to say that how the country creates wealth needs to be reframed, or else "less reasonable" forces will do it instead.
Canadian Club Toronto was proud to welcome the “Learning to Lead Without Bias” panel on January 17, 2018, featuring Renee Bazile-Jones (Canadian Centre for Diversity & Inclusion), Scott Campbell (Blue Dot Strategy) and Lisa Mattam (Sahajan & The Mattam Group), moderated by David Scandiffio (CIBC Asset Management).
“The Power of Networking”, Canadian Club Toronto’s panel on making connections to build career pathways, took place on November 14th, 2017. Gillian Riley (EVP, Canadian Commercial Banking, Scotiabank), Andrew Graham (CEO, Borrowell), David Simmonds (VP Enterprise Strategy, McKesson) and Pam Warren (Partner, Egon Zehnder) took part in the event hosted by Director Jake Hirsch-Allen at LinkedIn Canada headquarters. Perry Monaco, Head of Customer Success at LinkedIn joined as the moderator for this evening event.
Former Senior Speechwriter to President Barack Obama, Sarada Peri, joined Canadian Club Toronto on October 31st to discuss her experiences in the White House and the true power of language in times of uncertainty.