CABE/TABE Webinar: March 2020 Ontario Economic and Fiscal Update

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Wednesday 29 April 2020, 13:00 - 14:30

 

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CABE/TABE Webinar Series:

COVID-19 and the Economy

For many years, the Toronto Association for Business & Economics (TABE) has offered speaker events on topical issues in the field of economics.

In the current environment, where in-person events are not possible, we are pivoting to a series of free webinars highlighting the effects of COVID-19 on the economy.  These will be available free of charge to members and non-members.

Registration is required for each webinar you wish to join, in order to receive the login information.

 

TABE Webinar Series
  • March 2020 Ontario Economic and Fiscal Update - Brian Lewis, Assistant Deputy Minister & Chief Economist, Office of Economic Policy, and Elizabeth Doherty, Assistant Deputy Minister, Office of the Budget - April 29, 1pm ET
     
  • Economic and Fiscal Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Oil Price Shocks - Yves Giroux, Parliamentary Budget Officer - May 4, 1pm ET
     
  • Unprecedented Times in Wild Rose Country: Commodity Prices and Alberta's Economic Outlook - Marc Desormeaux, Senior Economist, Scotiabank - May 5, 1pm ET
     
  • COVID-19: Impact on Canadian Industries - Stephen Tapp, Deputy Chief Economist, Export Development Canada - May 15, 1pm ET NEW DATE!
     
  • Is COVID-19 the Crisis to Lead us to a Clean Energy Future? - Jatin Nathwani, Ontario Research Chair in Public Policy for Sustainable Energy, University of Waterloo - May 19, 1pm ET
     
  • The Impact of Coronavirus on the Outlook for the Global Economy - Tony Stillo, Director of Canada Economics, Oxford Economics - May 21, 1pm ET
 

Login instructions are included with registration information, and will be sent again before the event to all registered subscribers. Registrants can start to join the webinar up to 10 minutes before the start time.

Click here to see slides and videos from previous CABE/TABE webinars in the COVID-19 series

These events are being generously financially supported by
the Canadian Association for Business Economics (CABE).

We look forward to connecting with you at these events
Peter Harrison
President of TABE