2021-10-26 17:00:00 2021-10-26 20:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Public Trust and Multisectoral Collaboration During the Pandemic Virtual,

Tuesday October 26, 2021
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.


PPF’s annual Fall Dinner will showcase two case studies, a keynote speaker, and a panel that will explore the topic of collaboration between different levels of government and other sectors during a global crisis.
About the Event

We are delighted to welcome The Hon. Bob Rae, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations (UN), as our keynote speaker. We look forward to his international insights on the evolution of public trust and public/private sector collaboration during the pandemic.

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Many public servants found a new sense of purpose in their work during the pandemic, serving citizens in new and innovative ways. They had to embrace uncertainty, learn from experimentation and innovation, and collaborate across different sectors and jurisdictions. As the pandemic continues, it remains to be seen whether the initial responses will be fully adopted or whether organizations will revert to their pre-COVID practices. This event will explore sector and organizational transformations, lessons learned and the future that lies ahead.

Join as a virtual participant and engage with our speakers and other participants during our interactive sessions, or join the livestream only!


Immunization Program Management – analyzing the decisions, designs, and outcomes of vaccine roll-out in Nova Scotia


Sequencing the Crisis – how genomics morphed from a COVID-19 research tool to a critical part of the pandemic response

Curious about our previous Fall Dinners?

The Hon. Bob Rae
Luiza Savage
Anna Jahn
Dr. Catalina Lopez-Correa
Tracey Barbrick
Peter Wallace
Dr. Rob Annan
Warren Tomlin
Please contact Husvini Poolay at hpoolay@ppforum.ca should you have any questions.