Big City, Big Ideas: the Role of Big Cities in Canada – Featuring His Worship Mayor Don Iveson of Edmonton

Don-Iveson

Details below: DATE & TIME: Tuesday May 5, 2015 – 5:00 to 6:30pm on-stage discussion and audience Q&A PLACE: Desautels Hall (2nd floor, South Building) Rotman School

DISCUSSANTS: His Worship Mayor Don Iveson of Edmonton Richard Florida, Director of the Martin Prosperity Institute and Professor of Business and Creativity at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto TOPIC: The Role of Big Cities in Canada

SYNOPSIS: His Worship Mayor Don Iveson of Edmonton will be in conversation with Professor Richard Florida on a number of topics and issues related to the Role of Big Cities in Canada. This event is part of the Big City, Big Ideas series, which features global leaders in urban and regional policy.

HOST: Linda White, Interim Director, School of Public Policy and Governance; Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto.

This event is presented by the Martin Prosperity Institute in partnership with the School of Public Policy & Governance as part of the “Big City, Big Ideas” (BCBI) partnership. BCBI is a series that features global leaders in urban and regional policy and finance presented in partnership by: • Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance; • School of Public Policy & Governance; • Martin Prosperity Institute; • Department of Geography and Planning; • Innovation Policy Lab; • Global Cities Institute; and • Urban Strategies

FEE: no fee to attend. All are welcome.