Canada’s next move: What happens after the pandemic?

As we emerge from the crisis, there will be long-lasting ramifications on the economy, government and the way we do business
Thursday Apr 30, 2020 1:00 PM EDT
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The impact of coronavirus is massive now, both on individual Canadians and the economy. But as we emerge from the crisis, there will no doubt be long-lasting ramifications on the economy, government and the way we do business. A number of questions arise, including:


• How will coronavirus affect our trade and global supply chains?

• What are the risks to Canada’s economy going forward?

• How can we successfully move from crisis to recovery? 

• Will government now become more interventionist in industry and business?

• What new social policies may result from the crisis?

• How will coronavirus impact international relations?


On April 30 at 1 p.m. (EDT), Smith Business Insight and Queen’s Executive Education present a free 60-minute webinar examining Canada in the post-coronavirus world. Featuring a distinguished panel of experts: David Detomasi, associate professor of international business at Smith; Margaret Biggs, Matthews Fellow in Global Public Policy at Queen’s University and former president of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); and Hugh Segal, Matthews Fellow in Global Public Policy at Queen’s and former chief of staff to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.

Following the presentation there will be time for Q&A with our speakers.

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