On February 7, 2024, the OCC unveiled the 2024 Ontario Economic Report, the province’s most comprehensive analysis of business confidence, policy priorities, and regional economic projections for the year ahead. The event featured the latest business confidence numbers and economic projections and insights on key areas including mental health, climate and energy, labour, supply chains, and more. Daniel Tisch, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce’s new President and CEO, presented the report highlights, followed by a panel discussion featuring Doug Porter, BMO’s Chief Economist and Managing Director of Economics, and David Lebeter, President and CEO of Hydro One.
Sincere thanks to our Co-host, the Empire Club of Canada, Lead Partners Hydro One and VIA High Frequency Rail, VIP Reception Sponsor, Waste Connections of Canada, Supporting Sponsor, Sussex Strategies, and report partners Hydro One, Bruce Power, Golfdale Consulting and BMO Financial Group.
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