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William Downe, CEO of BMO: “Populism is not the problem: How can business help address the underlying causes of discontent?”

Excerpted remarks by William Downe, Chief Executive Officer of BMO, to the Canadian Club of Toronto, June 8, 2017.    "One of the advantages of a long career—especially in the banking industry – is it allows you to see firsthand the many forms uncertainty can take: the factors that drive it, the barriers it creates, and most importantly, what’s required to push through to the other side. I also have the good fortune of working for a bank that’s in ...

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March 23, 2017

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March 16, 2017

Calin Rovinescu, President and CEO of Air Canada: “Remarks to the Canadian Club of Ottawa”

Remarks for Calin Rovinescu President and Chief Executive Officer, Air Canada Canadian Club of Ottawa March 14, 2017 CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY Good afternoon and thank you, Martin for that kind introduction. Bonjour tout le monde et merci pour votre gentil accueil. I am appreciative of the opportunity to speak to you today. I know the Canadian Club of Ottawa is marking Canada’s 150th anniversary by focusing on Canadian Success Stories and we take it as a high compliment that the Club ...

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October 26, 2016

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Check against delivery. Trade agreements that are as comprehensive and progressive as CETA are, by definition, complex. But the case for approving CETA is actually pretty simple. And since I promised that I would keep my remarks short, I would like to give you three quick reasons why I believe this agreement will benefit Belgium and deserves your strong support. First, CETA will boost economic growth.  That may seem like an obvious point for anyone who understands economic history, but ...

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