Canadian International Council

Canadian International Council

September 15, 2010 14:01 ET

Media Advisory: Edward Greenspon to Speak on a Global Positioning Strategy for Canada

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 15, 2010) - Edward Greenspon, Chair of the Canadian International Council's Global Positioning Strategy Project; Vice-President, Business Development at The Toronto Star and former Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail, will present policy recommendations from his report Open Canada: A Global Positioning Strategy for a Networked Age at a luncheon at the University Club of Toronto on September 22.

Amanda Lang, Senior Business Correspondent at CBC News, will discuss the recommendations with Mr. Greenspon and the assembled audience, constituencies of several member-based councils: the Canadian International Council, the Canada China Business Council, the Canada-India Business Council, the Canadian Council for the Americas, and the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce.

For more information on Open Canada: A Global Positioning Strategy for a Networked Age or the CIC, please visit: www.onlinecic.org.

EVENT:
Open Canada: A Global Positioning Strategy for a Networked Age Luncheon
 
DATE:
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
 
TIME:
11:45am – Registration
12:15 – 12:45 pm, Edward Greenspon's presentation
12:45 –1:30 pm, discussion with Amanda Lang and audience
 
LOCATION:
The University Club of Toronto
380 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario

The Canadian International Council (CIC) is an independent, member-based council established to strengthen Canada's role in international affairs. The CIC reflects the ideas and interests of a broad constituency of Canadians who believe that a country's foreign policy is not an esoteric concern of experts but directly affects the lives and prosperity of its citizens. The CIC uses its deep historical roots, its cross-country network and its active research program to advance debate on international issues across academic disciplines, policy areas and economic sectors. The CIC's research program is managed by the national office in Toronto. Its 15 branches across Canada offer CIC members speakers' programs, study groups, conferences and seminars.

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