Events

Past Events

Below is a list of our past events.


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Date RESOURCE TITLE RESOURCE DESCRIPTION
01-Mar-2001 Why you have to give a damn!: Corporate Social Responsibility in the New Economy (Luncheon Speaker Series) Rick Spence, Publisher and Editor, Profit Magazine
12-Feb-2001 Global Governance: The Role of the Multinational (Luncheon Speaker Series) Milos Barutciski and Rick Salutin, co-hosted with The Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs
01-Feb-2001 Ethics and Information Technology (Luncheon Speaker Series) David Johnston, President of the University of Waterloo
07-Dec-2000 Bringing an Ethical Orientation Alive in Business (Luncheon Speaker Series) Steven Cross, General Manager, Mountain Equipment Co-op
16-Nov-2000 Reality Check: Business Ethics in the Real World - The 2000 Canadian Business Ethics Summit Convened by: Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy, The Conference Board of Canada and The Globe and Mail. Leaders in the business ethics community joined together to discuss and analyze intersections of business ethics, corporate governance and social responsibility at three Business Ethics Summits in 1999, 2000 and 2001. Various stakeholders from across Canada and the United States including business associations and non-profit representatives were invited to focus on sharing information, identifying priority issues and taking appropriate actions to move the business ethics agenda forward.. View Speech
02-Nov-2000 How to Develop an Ethics Program: The UPS Experience (Luncheon Speaker Series) David Cole, Vice President, Human Resources, United Parcel Service Canada Ltd
01-Jun-2000 The Culture of Work and the Benefits of Flexible Work Time (Luncheon Speaker Series) Arthur Donner, Economist and Chair of the Federal Advisory Group on Working Time and The Distribution of Work. View Speech
02-May-2000 Corporate Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making in a Global Economy. Deciding Between the Right Thing to Do& and the Right Thing to Do - Breakfast Workshop (Conference or Seminar) The workshop featured a key note address by Courtney Pratt, CEO of Ontario Hydro Networks Company and Chairman of the Imagine Campaign, speaking on the role of business in civil society and its implications for the bottom line. Participants were also invited to work through an international case study scenario and contribute to what was a lively discussion, moderated by internationally renowned author and expert on business ethics, John Dalla Costa. View Speech
06-Apr-2000 Launching a New Company with a Long History: The Challenges of Culture Change (Luncheon Speaker Series) Eleanor Clitheroe, President and CEO, Hydro One View Speech
02-Mar-2000 The Role of Ethics in a Fair, Efficient and Effective Marketplace (Luncheon Speaker Series) Barbara Stymiest, President, Toronto Stock Exchange View Speech

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