52 min

Indigenous Reconciliation on Bay Street Canadian Club of Toronto

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Join Canadian Club Toronto on June 5 for a compelling panel discussion in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day. This event marks an important conversation about integrating Indigenous perspectives and practices within Canada’s financial and business sector, located at the heart of the country’s economic activity: Bay Street.

This panel will delve into practical steps and innovative strategies that Bay Street entities can employ to not only foster meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities but also enhance their profitability. By ensuring the active involvement of Indigenous communities in Canada’s economic framework, we aim to uncover mutual benefits that drive both societal value and financial gain.

The discussion will feature four distinguished Indigenous professionals who have made significant strides in various sectors along the Bay Street corridor. They will share insights into how businesses and financial institutions can actively participate in the reconciliation process through partnerships, inclusive practices, and recognition of Indigenous rightsholders.

Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities in achieving reconciliation in the corporate sphere. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in a transformative dialogue that bridges gaps and inspires action that contributes to a stronger economic future for both Indigenous communities and Canada alike. This conversation will be moderated by Karen Restoule, Vice President, Crestview Strategy and will feature:

Krystal Abotossaway – Senior Manager, TD Bank
Jaimie Lickers – Senior Vice President of Indigenous Markets, CIBC
Sarah Midanik – President & CEO, The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund

Join Canadian Club Toronto on June 5 for a compelling panel discussion in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day. This event marks an important conversation about integrating Indigenous perspectives and practices within Canada’s financial and business sector, located at the heart of the country’s economic activity: Bay Street.

This panel will delve into practical steps and innovative strategies that Bay Street entities can employ to not only foster meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities but also enhance their profitability. By ensuring the active involvement of Indigenous communities in Canada’s economic framework, we aim to uncover mutual benefits that drive both societal value and financial gain.

The discussion will feature four distinguished Indigenous professionals who have made significant strides in various sectors along the Bay Street corridor. They will share insights into how businesses and financial institutions can actively participate in the reconciliation process through partnerships, inclusive practices, and recognition of Indigenous rightsholders.

Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities in achieving reconciliation in the corporate sphere. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in a transformative dialogue that bridges gaps and inspires action that contributes to a stronger economic future for both Indigenous communities and Canada alike. This conversation will be moderated by Karen Restoule, Vice President, Crestview Strategy and will feature:

Krystal Abotossaway – Senior Manager, TD Bank
Jaimie Lickers – Senior Vice President of Indigenous Markets, CIBC
Sarah Midanik – President & CEO, The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund

52 min

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