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Event Alert - How Can Canada Reach its Full Potential on the World Stage? Can Canada Become an Energy Superpower? Can Big Data

Event Alert - How Can Canada Reach its Full Potential on the World Stage? Can 
Canada Become an Energy Superpower? Can Big Data Unlock Canada's Future? 
- Canadian Business magazine brings together the country's top business 
thinkers for its annual Leadership Forum to address these and other pressing 
economic questions October 23 in Toronto - 
- Speakers include: John M. Lutz, Roger Martin, Mark R. McQueen, Al Monaco, 
Patricia Mohr, Michal Moore, Rick Waugh -  
- Visit: http://www.events-canadianbusiness.com/leadershipforum - 
TORONTO, Oct. 18, 2012 /CNW/ - Canada is on the verge of achieving its 
potential on the world stage. With the right leadership, innovation and global 
involvement, the next decade can belong to Canada. But there are challenges to 
be met and obstacles to be overcome. Now in its 10th year, the Canadian 
Business Leadership Forum, presented by Canadian Business magazine in 
partnership with Ryerson University's Ted Rogers Leadership Centre, brings 
together the country's top business thinkers to address the issues Canada 
faces and to inspire business leaders to take action to achieve global 
success. The event takes place Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Metro Toronto 
Convention Centre, North Building, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET.  
Event Highlights 
Panel Discussion: The Future of Canada as an Energy Superpower 
Moderator: Brian Segal, Chair, Ted Rogers Leadership Centre
Panel Members: Patricia Mohr, Vice-President, Economic & Commodity, Market 
Specialist, Scotiabank; Al Monaco, President & CEO, Enbridge Inc.; Michal 
Moore, Professor & Director, Energy & Environmental Policy University of 
Calgary  


    --  Among discussion points: Are we or are we not capable of
        maintaining or achieving the status of energy superpower?
    --  What current issues can potentially limit us from achieving
        that status?
    --  Are these issues likely to be resolved, if so how?

Canada—What It Is, What It Can Be 
Speaker: Prof. Roger Martin, Dean, Rotman School of Management, University of 
Toronto
    --  To achieve our true potential on the world stage, Canadian
        organizations can—and must—do more, says Prof.
        Martin. He emphasizes this clarion by calling for greater
        Canadian innovation, bolstered by more aggressive participation
        in global markets.

Unlocking Canada's Future with Big Data 
Speaker: John M. Lutz, President of IBM Canada Ltd. 
    --  Lutz will help separate the hype from reality and will share,
        through real client examples, how organizations in Canada are
        benefiting today from Big Data. He will explore how Canada can
        position itself for future growth by investing in Big Data
        opportunities.

Canada in the Next Decade 
Speaker: Rick Waugh, President & CEO, Scotiabank
    --  Canada has a wealth of advantages that bode well for its
        immediate future, but it needs to seize specific financial
        opportunities if it is to become an established leader in world
        markets. Waugh identifies future markets that Canadian
        businesses should focus on, and offers his perspective on how
        they can expand their roles beyond conventional restrictions
        and borders.

Media Must RSVP before October 23 to:  Louise Leger, 
louise.leger@rci.rogers.com, 416-764-4125 

Visit: http://www.events-canadianbusiness.com/leadershipforum for more 
details.

Now in its tenth year, the Canadian Business Leadership Forum is Canada's 
premier business event for leaders, sharing first-hand accounts of successful 
strategies and new perspectives on the challenges that face our business 
community—and our nation. 

About Canadian Business magazine: 
Founded in 1928, Canadian Business is the longest-serving, best-selling and 
most-trusted business publication in Canada. Canadian Business stands alone as 
the business magazine in Canada with 100% paid circulation. With a readership 
of more than one million, the magazine is published every second Monday, 
except in January, July and August, when monthly issues are published. Special 
annual issues of Canadian Business include the Investor 500, the MBA Guide, 
the Rich 100 and Winners and Losers. Visit www.canadianbusiness.com

Media Contact Louise Leger, Canadian Business,louise.leger@rci.rogers.com, 
416-764-4125

SOURCE: Canadian Business Magazine

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