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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses 
Publication  1988-1989, p. 412 
Hockey--In Canada and Abroad 
Text  Eagleson, R. Alan, Hockey--In Canada and Abroad, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 5 Jan 1989, 171-181  ... to welcome you back to the 1989 season of the Empire Club of Canada. We want to wish you a very happy and prosperous New Year. There is one person I particularly want to wish a Happy New Year and a Happy Birthday. That is Robin Younger, one of the finest executives on Bay Street, who arranged a dinner...
Your Judicial System and You 
Text  Howland, The Hon. W.G.C., Your Judicial System and You, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 12 Jan 1989, 182-193  ..., on horseback. Punishment in those early days included whipping, branding, pillorying and banishment to the United States, as the preference of the judge, and the state of his digestive organs, directed. Banishment to the United States does not seem to be quite in accord with the spirit of Free Trade in 1989...
Deregulation and the Airline Industry 
Text  Ward, Maxwell W., Deregulation and the Airline Industry, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 19 Jan 1989, 194-198  Airline deregulation as the largest single change in the industry since the introduction of the jet aircraft into commercial airline service. The expansion of the productivity of the aircraft operation. A review of the effects of deregulation. Public access to air transport services. Some...
Canada and its Energy--Opportunities Waiting to Happen 
Text  Haynes, Arden R., Canada and its Energy--Opportunities Waiting to Happen, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 26 Jan 1989, 199-212  ..., and may grow by another 10 per cent in 1989. Canada, of course, is extraordinarily blessed in the energy sphere. In this respect as in many others, we're the envy of most other nations. Our country is a vast storehouse of energy resources - crude oil, natural gas, coal, uranium, and water. We...
Reflections of an International Musician 
Text  Hardy, Hagood, Reflections of an International Musician, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 2 Feb 1989, 213-222  Some introductory remarks about the similarities in lifestyle between the speaker and the audience. Autobiographical anecdotes. Some comments on encouraging musical ability. Government policy towards the Arts, especially in light of free trade. Some remarks on Canadian culture: too many...
The Cinema Future Belongs to the Talented and the Skilled and Canada's Future is Bright 
Text  Valenti, Jack, The Cinema Future Belongs to the Talented and the Skilled and Canada's Future is Bright, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1990), 19 Oct 1989, 53-61  The speaker's stated theme is: "Whichever society has a nourishing reservoir of skilled and talented young people with a mystical knowledge of the humand condition and a firm grasp of dramatic narrative, that society will be inhabited by a film industry of singular value. There is no other pathway...
Merger Review in a Changing Global Environment 
Text  Goldman, Calvin, Merger Review in a Changing Global Environment, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1990), 26 Oct 1989, 62-78  ..., takeovers, and general consolidations, not only in %"Canada and the U.S., but in Europe and elsewhere. One private firm in Canada has recently forecast a record year in 1989 for takeovers. Regardless of whether another record occurs, the pace and size of recent transactions have proved to be rather...
The Canadian Airlines Industry--Building a Global Competitor 
Text  Eyton, Rhys, The Canadian Airlines Industry--Building a Global Competitor, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1990), 9 Nov 1989, 98-108  ... traffic). For the first time in history, more Canadians will fly than ride intercity buses and trains combined. It's also interesting to note that in 1989, the equivalent of one-fifth of the world's population, or one billion people, travelled by air--by the year 2000 this is expected to reach...
Some Views on South Africa's Future 
Text  Relly, Gavin, Some Views on South Africa's Future, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1990), 23 Nov 1989, 119-129  ... Bank's World Development Report 1989 illustrates that, compared with the major OECD nations and contrary to conventional wisdom, South Africa is a poor country. In fact, it has recently been downgraded by the World Bank from the upper-middle income to lower-middle income category for the first...
The View From Washington 
Text  Burney, The Hon. Derek, The View From Washington, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1990), 30 Nov 1989, 130-142  ... as a world-class supplier: small but smart, and growing. Its U.S. sales have gone from $3 million in 1986 to over $4 million so far in 1989. That represents about 30 percent of the company's total sales. Or look at the approximately two dozen Canadian women's wear firms from Quebec...
Seasons Greetings from the Lieutenant Governor and a Performance by the Tor. Symphony Youth Orch. 
Text  Alexander, The Hon. Lincoln, Seasons Greetings from the Lieutenant Governor and a Performance by the Tor. Symphony Youth Orch., The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1990), 6 Dec 1989, 143-147  Seasons Greetings from the Lieutenant Governor and a performance by the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra.
The Concerns of Youth in Today's World 
Text  Park, Jane; Hill, Daniel; Stewart, Tarum; Godsoe, Cynthia, The Concerns of Youth in Today's World, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 9 Feb 1989, 223-233  ... the latest merger-that is if there are any companies left that have not already been merged - you may say "I saw that young person on the 9th of February 1989 at the Empire Club:' Lovat Dickson said: "It is a pity that we ourselves can never see the promise that others see in us when we...
New Era in Education 
Text  Palazzi, Lynda K., New Era in Education, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 16 Feb 1989, 234-249  ...;We drive into the future by looking back into the rear-view mirror." Our schools are not designed, equipped or resourced to deal with the following 1989 facts of Ontario life: Only seven per cent of Ontario families now fit the traditional family model. The resulting phenomena of the working...
Possibilities of Great Richness 
Text  Safdie, Moshe, Possibilities of Great Richness, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 23 Feb 1989, 250-261  Looking back at the architecture of the 1960s. The negative images of modern development. A discussion of various factors affecting urban development, including the influence of public and private sector, density, nostalgia. A review of what kind of place in the city makes people feel good? What...
The Case for Space 
Text  Trump, Christopher, The Case for Space, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 2 Mar 1989, 262-270  ... begin in spring 1989:" It is very exciting for Canada to have this involvement and it will give our country and Spar great recognition. Canadian astronauts have already been involved in experiments in space. Astronauts Roberta Bondar and Ken Money have been nominated for one position allocated...
Canada--A Community of Communities 
Text  Megarry, A. Roy, Canada--A Community of Communities, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 9 Mar 1989, 271-284  ... the force of law, but it might exert enough political pressure across the country to change the system forever. It worked. This is not the story of Alberta in 1989, but of Oregon early in the century." By 1913 all the states were following suit and thus the 17th amendment to the United States...
Medical Malpractice--Is There a Crisis? 
Text  Prichard, Dr. J. Robert S., Medical Malpractice--Is There a Crisis?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 16 Mar 1989, 285-301  The speaker addresses the audience in his role as chairman of the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Review on Liabilty and Compensation Issues in Health Care. A review of the principal findings of the inquiry with an indication of the avenues of reform that appear most promising, prior to submission...
Service: The New Profit Factor 
Text  Cleghorn, John E., Service: The New Profit Factor, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 23 Mar 1989, 302-309  The need for Canada to restore a tradition of good quality service. Consequences of not doing so. The serious challenges from imports in both goods and services. Winners must offer the best value for money. Making the words "Canadian business" synonymous with "top quality." Some good Canadian...
Nuclear Safety and the Energy Future--Are Our Nuclear Reactors Safe? 
Text  Hare, Dr. Kenneth, Nuclear Safety and the Energy Future--Are Our Nuclear Reactors Safe?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1989), 30 Mar 1989, 310-318  Some numbers about electric power which comes from nuclear reactors. Some events in that field, including the explosion and fire at Chernobyl. The appointment of the speaker, in 1986, by the Government of Ontario as sole Commissioner of a safety review to answer the question: "Are the reactors...
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