2019 Western Dinner & Peter Lougheed Awards

Date & Time

Wednesday November 13, 2019
3:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Location

Telus Convention Centre
120-Ninth Avenue SE

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At PPF’s 2019 Western Dinner, the Peter Lougheed Award for Leadership in Public Policy will be presented to four exceptional Western Canadians who have dedicated their careers to leadership and advancing public policy in the region and across Canada.

Congratulations to Elizabeth Cannon, Stockwell Day, Dawn Farrell and Dave Mowat. Join us to celebrate them in Calgary on Nov. 13. Tables and tickets are on sale now.

Prior to the dinner, join us as we host a panel discussing the future of work in the transitioning energy economy: what do we need to do to support people in work as Canada’s energy needs and energy sector jobs change?

Energy is a primary employer and source of economic growth in Canada, with many of these jobs concentrated in Alberta. Radically new jobs, processes and ways of working are being created through technological and creative advances, especially in the energy sector. Industry skills and labour needs are changing, as are the flow and makeup of workers across jobs. What do we need to do to support people in work as Canada’s energy needs and energy sector jobs change? What are the opportunities to ensure Alberta’s workforce stays competitive as energy and work changes?

In supporting this panel, PPF is grateful to Brave New Work lead sponsor TD Bank Group and our partners: Business Council of Canada, Canadian Bankers Association, Cogeco, Deloitte, General Motors Canada, ESDC, ISED, Metcalf Foundation, and Unifor.

 

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For more information please contact Heba Elhalees

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