Chief Billy Morin has championed new business partnerships in Carbon Capture, Hydrogen, Gas and Utilities for his nation and local first nations – projects that require over $1 billion in total investment. He has been a strong advocate for working together with all governments, sectors and Canadians, as was the original spirit and intent of Treaty Six.
The emerging digital and technological conflict between the U.S. and China is set to reshape the global economy and create deep and lasting geopolitical divisions – and yet we don’t hear all that much about it. In one of our favourite conversations of the year, the CLC interviewed Winston Ma, Co-founder and Managing Partner with CloudTree Ventures, to get his …
3 Things we learned at the Challenge of Change Forum
The 2022 Challenge of Change Forum focused on preparing to lead in the “Next Normal” – what decisions need to be made? And what skills do leaders need to be able to make those decisions?
The International Best Practices Forum is being held at the Fairmont Waterfront in Vancouver from October 12-14, 2022. Our agenda will cover what matters most right now for Canadian pension decision makers, whether it’s macroeconomic risks, sustainable investing, private markets or geopolitics.
The Canadian Leadership Congress is hosting its annual Challenge of Change Forum at the Fox Harb’r Resort in Wallace, Nova Scotia from June 1-3. We’re pleased to have on our agenda Tabatha Bull, President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. She’ll be speaking to our delegates about the importance of the indigenous economy to Canada and the role asset owners can play in supporting its growth. We talked to Tabatha in advance of the event to get her perspective on these key questions and more.
The Canadian Leadership Congress hosted its inaugural DC Plan Experience in Toronto on February 9th. To help us out, we invited Will Sandbrook, managing director of Nest Insight, the research arm of the UK government’s workplace pension plan Nest. He focused on his experience with engaging plan members, including his perspective on what works and what doesn’t.
In advance of the event, we spoke with keynote Bruce Sellery, CEO of Credit Canada Debt Solutions. Credit Canada is a non-profit credit counselling agency dedicated to providing Canadians with debt relief. We asked him to share his unique perspective on how DC plan sponsors can best understand the financial needs of their members and engage them effectively.
At our Challenge of Change Forum last week, we hosted Yves Tiberghien, Professor, Department of Political Science, at the University of British Columbia. He spoke about Asia and the challenges and opportunities in the region, and he sat down with us to answer our questions about China, the U.S., and the future of the relationship.
In just a few weeks we will be gathering for the 3rd annual Challenge of Change Forum in Vancouver (October 13th to 15th).
In this Q&A he shares his top career challenge and talks about today’s top risks.