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New York, NY: Immigration, Trade & Innovation - Implications for Canadians in the U.S.

New York City

New York, NY: Immigration, Trade & Innovation - Implications for Canadians in the U.S.

HOSTED BY THE U OF T AND QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY NEW YORK ALUMNI GROUPS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF CANADA IN NEW YORK

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Event Details
Sep 7, 2017
Consulate General of Canada in New York
The Ken and Pat Taylor Room, 1251 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10020

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Consulate General of Canada in New York

New York City

New York, NY: Immigration, Trade & Innovation - Implications for Canadians in the U.S.

HOSTED BY THE U OF T AND QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY NEW YORK ALUMNI GROUPS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF CANADA IN NEW YORK

  • Reception (hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served) & Panel Discussion
  • Q & A to follow

Registration is now closed for this event.

U of T alumni and friends are invited to a panel discussion on:

Immigration, Trade & Innovation - Implications for Canadians in the U.S.

featuring

Andrew Cumming, Attorney, Cumming & Partners  
McGill University and University of Miami alumnus

Alia Dedhar, Consul and Trade Commissioner (Innovation), Consulate General of Canada in New York
Queen's University alumna  

Scott D. Fisher, Partner, Davies, Ward, Philips & Vineberg LLP
Yale University and University of Pennsylvania alumnus

Gurinder Sangha (BA 2000 TRIN), Entrepreneur, Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School
University of Toronto and University of Pennsylvania alumnus 

Ian Scott (BA 1989 UTSC, MBA 1991), Executive Managing Attorney, Scott Legal, P.C.
University of Toronto and Harvard University alumnus 

moderated by

Steven D'Souza
CBC Correspondent, New York
Ryerson University alumnus

Join us for a special event that explores the relationship between the United States and Canada, with a focus on areas that are top of mind for Canadians moving to and currently living in the United States.

Space is limited; register today. 


This panel discussion is one of the many diverse events hosted by your local alumni group, bringing U of T into your community, and is part of a series of programming that celebrates Canada's 150th anniversary. Stay informed, inspired and connected, because together we are boundless. 

 

 

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