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Building Ontario In Uncertain Times

Join Canadian Club Toronto for breakfast on October 31 to hear Ontario’s Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy sit down with Larysa Harapyn, Columnist at the Financial Post, to discuss the next steps of Ontario’s Plan to Build as well as the economic challenges, and opportunities that lie ahead for the province.


*For virtual attendees, please note that the live stream will begin at approximately 8:05am & the link will be provided closer to the event date*


The Honourable Peter Bethlenfalvy

Ontario Minister of Finance

Peter Bethlenfalvy has been serving as Ontario’s Minister of Finance since December 2020. Prior to his role at Finance, he served in Cabinet as President of the Treasury Board between 2018 and 2021. He was elected as MPP for Pickering—Uxbridge in 2018.

During his time as President of the Treasury Board, he was responsible for the province’s expenditure management efforts, the government’s internal audit work, and was the official employer of the province’s public servants. Minister Bethlenfalvy led the creation of Ontario’s Office of the Comptroller General – the first of its kind in any Canadian province – and is Chair of the Future State Modernization Committee.

As Minister of Finance, he is responsible for the management of the province’s finances and building the environment for long-term economic prosperity. In the face of COVID-19, Minister Bethlenfalvy is focused on providing the supports Ontario families, workers, and businesses need through the pandemic. As the province charts its long-term recovery, he is working to ensure our health care system, communities and economy are positioned to emerge stronger than ever before.

Larysa Harapyn

Columnist, Financial Post

Larysa Harapyn has over 20 years of experience in the television industry both in broadcasting and production. Currently, Larysa brings her expertise to the digital world at Postmedia – which includes the National Post and Financial Post. Larysa has been covering news that is most important to Canadians:  from the Federal Election to the Federal Budget, to interviews with the country’s most prominent political and business leaders.