Dîner de l’Ouest et le Prix Peter Lougheed
le mercredi 13 novembre 2019
15h30 à 21h00
Telus Convention Centre
120-9th Avenue SE
Lors du Dîner de l’Ouest 2019 du FPP, le Prix Peter Lougheed pour le leadership en politiques publiques sera décerné à quatre Canadiens et Canadiennes de l’Ouest exceptionnels qui ont consacré leur carrière au leadership et au progrès des politiques publiques dans leur région et dans le reste du Canada.
Félicitations à Elizabeth Cannon, Stockwell Day, Dawn Farrell et Dave Mowat. Joignez‑vous à nous pour les honorer le 13 novembre à Calgary. Les billets et les tables sont en vente dès maintenant.
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Dr. Elizabeth Cannon is President Emerita and Professor in the Department of Geomatics Engineering at the University of Calgary. As a leader for women in engineering and science throughout her career, she served as chair of NSERC, was president of Universities Canada and was Dean of Engineering at the University of Calgary. From 2010 to 2018, she served as the university’s eighth president.
Dr. Cannon’s research has been at the centre of global positioning systems (GPS) in both industrial and academic settings, and she has commercialized technology to over 200 agencies worldwide. Among her many accolades, she is a member of the Royal Society of Canada and in 2006 she was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network.
For more than 25 years, Stockwell Day served in high-profile positions in federal, provincial and municipal politics and policy, most notably as Leader of the Official Opposition in Ottawa. As a federal cabinet minister, he oversaw Public Safety, International Trade, and was President of Treasury Board. In Alberta, his senior portfolios included treasury and labour. Mr. Day also chaired the committee of provincial ministers who negotiated with the federal government on changes to the national child benefit program.
After retiring from elected office, Mr. Day joined Canadian law firm McMillan LLP as a senior strategic advisor, where he is helping public, private and not-for-profit clients across industries in Canada, the United States and internationally.
Dawn Farrell, the President and Chief Executive Officer of TransAlta Corporation in Calgary since 2012, is one of few female CEOs of top TSX companies. With more than 30 years of experience in the electric energy industry, Ms. Farrell is a champion in clean energy, leading TransAlta’s transition from heavy reliance on coal to mixed sources. She has also been a leader in Indigenous relations and has served on many national boards and initiatives.
Dave Mowat is the former President and Chief Executive Officer of ATB Financial, the largest provincially based financial institution in Alberta. Under his leadership, ATB became a leader in technology and customer experience across the banking sector, including being the first financial institution in Canada to make a cross-border payment using blockchain technology. In 2016, he led Alberta’s Royalty Review panel, which recommended a new approach to Alberta’s oil and natural gas royalty structure. Since retiring from ATB, Mr. Mowat has become involved in several boards such as TELUS, Alberta Blue Cross and the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton.