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Testimonial Dinner and Awards April 2019

This year PPF Awards was held at Metro Toronto Convention Centre hosted by Lisa LaFlamme of CTV News and honoured Rona Ambrose, Alan Bernstein, George Cope, Pierre-Marc Johnson and Farah Mohamed. PPF Awards also recognized emerging leader Maayan Ziv and the winner of the Hyman Solomon Award for Public Policy Journalism, Karyn Pugliese. Read more about these great Canadians.

Each year at the Public Policy Forum’s Testimonial Dinner in Toronto, people from all sectors of Canadian society gathered to pay tribute to distinguished leaders who have made outstanding contributions to the quality of public policy and good governance. More than 110 outstanding Canadians have been honoured since 1988. PPF’s Canada Growth Summit has fast become a Canadian institution, a can’t-miss event on Canada’s economic policy calendar that brings together 400+ of the top minds in policy, business, investment and government. Last years highlights included Finance Minister Bill Morneau, who spoke on “Going the Distance on Inclusive Growth” and Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England in conversation with PPF President & CEO Edward Greenspon.

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