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Our Home and Creative Land: Developing Canada’s Creative Workforce for Tomorrow

If creativity can be learnt, and creativity leads to greater innovation, sustainability and prosperity, then why don’t we have a national training program for creativity? It helps you, me, and the overall health of Canada’s future. Come to this year’s Action Canada Public Dialogue and help to inform a better future. Hear from some of the foremost experts on developing a more creative workplace including Dave Angus, President & CEO of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce and Mary Corrigan, a San Francisco certified educator with the Creativity in Business program pioneered at the Stanford School of Business. The sessions will be moderated by Mary Lou Finlay (formerly of CBC’s As it Happens). Ask questions and share views that will help to inform public policy recommendations that may help shape a more creative Canada. If you think creativity is essential to Canada’s future, this is one event you need to attend. Breakfast and coffee breaks provided. Who Should Attend: University or College Students, Professors, Entrepreneurs, Business Community members, Artists, Educators, Economists.

Where:
Convocation Hall, Wesley Building, University of Winnipeg.
515 Portage Avenue
204.786.7811
www.uwinnipeg.ca
When:
Friday, November 4, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Lectures
Neighbourhood:
Centre
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