Alberta’s Potential for Growth in a Globalized World
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Escalating trade tensions, other geo-political events, and slowing growth continue to muddy the economic environment heading into 2020. Derek Burleton, Deputy Chief Economist, TD Bank Group, will discuss the implications of this elevated uncertainty on the Alberta and Canadian economies and where he sees opportunities for growth.
Following Mr. Burleton’s keynote address there will be a moderated Q&A session. This Q&A session will be moderated by Deborah Yedlin, Chancellor, University of Calgary.
This is a lunch event, with a full lunch being served.
- Member ticket: $89.00
- Member table: $712.00
- Non-member ticket: $178.00
- Non-member table: $1,424.00
Derek Burleton is Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist for TD Bank Group. In his role, he leads a team of economists that provides leading analysis on the Canadian and U.S. economies. Each year, he travels extensively across the Canada and the U.S., speaking at more than 75 events on economic and financial developments. As a respected commentator, Derek has been quoted by many media outlets – including the London Financial Times and the Economist. He also is frequently interviewed on the radio and television.
Derek maintains a strong interest in public policy issues, and has written substantive reports on health care sustainability, education and immigration reform. He participates in a number of advisory and steering committees both internal and external to TD Bank Group and currently serves on the Board of the Toronto Association of Business Economists (TABE).
Derek Burleton received his Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University and an M.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics. Derek has more than 20 years of experience as an economist in the financial industry.
Community leader and Calgary journalist Deborah Yedlin was elected the 14th chancellor of the University of Calgary in July 2018. Yedlin has been observing, commenting and writing about business and politics for more than two decades, as a journalist for the Financial Post, Globe and Mail and Calgary Herald newspapers. In addition to her writing, she has been a regular commentator for CBC Radio and Television, and CTV since 1996. In early 2019, she joined Longview Communications & Public Affairs as a partner. Since moving to Calgary in 1992 Deborah has been very active in the Calgary community, serving on a number of not-for-profit boards, including serving as co-chair of the 2016 United Way Campaign, which raised more than $55 million during a difficult economic time for the city.