Canadians need to hear politicians’ plans for a resilient economy
Although each of the leaders contend that the economy is a key issue, they have so far just traded jabs on whether or not Canada is in a recession, and how broad it may be. With such an important decision ahead, the electorate needs more.
How do we prepare for the opportunities ahead while also addressing the
challenges that will shape the economic future of Canada, particularly when we are starting from a position of weakness? What ideas do our leaders have of how they will each tap into the best minds and use this period of transition as a lever to ensure economic prosperity and leadership for generations to come?
We need to find ways that ensure we have the ability to finance growing and emerging companies, keep them in Canada and make them globally competitive.
See what Chamber President and CEO, Adam Legge, and Dean of the Haskayne School of Business, Jim Dewald, have to say about it in the Globe and Mail.