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Date RESOURCE TITLE RESOURCE DESCRIPTION
27-Feb-2003 Speaker Luncheon: 'Delivering on Commitment: Why Ethics are critical to financial reporting and the role of auditors in upholding them.' Bill MacKinnon, Chairman & CEO, KPMG
07-Nov-2002 Speaker Luncheon: 'Ethics and the Federal Government: Enhancing the Trust of Canadians' Howard Wilson, Federal Ethics Counsellor
23-May-2002 Speaker Luncheon: 'How Do Ethical Standards Apply to In-House Counsel?' Derek Hayes, Consultant, Stikeman Elliott
04-Apr-2002 Speaker Luncheon: 'Holding Business Accountable: The OMERS Approach' Dale E. Richmond, President and CEO of OMERS
06-Mar-2002 Speaker Luncheon: 'Public Trust: Who's Accountable?' Jon Grant, Chair, Laurentian Bank of Canada and former Chair of the Canada Lands Company Limited
04-Oct-2001 Speaker Luncheon: 'Corporate Ethics - A Personal Potpourri' Sir Graham Day, Chairman, Hydro One Inc. and Chairman, Sobeys Inc.
22-May-2001 Conference: Corporate Governance: A Canadian Focus Business leaders, ethics experts and media representatives attended Corporate Governance: A Canadian Focus, an event co-presented by the Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) and sponsored by the Bank of Montreal
01-Jun-2000 Speaker Luncheon: 'The Culture of Work and the Benefits of Flexible Work Time' Arthur Donner, Economist and Chair of the Federal Advisory Group on Working Time and The Distribution of Work
02-May-2000 Conference: 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: 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
06-Apr-2000 Speaker Luncheon: 'Launching a New Company with a Long History: The Challenges of Culture Change' Eleanor Clitheroe, President and CEO, Hydro One

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