Building a Modern Provincial Government

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Join us on June 9th from 12-1pm

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Building a modern, provincial government and innovation in the public service are both key with changing demands due to the onset of the pandemic and what will be considered the new normal. The future of government has arrived.

The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to an upcoming event on June 9 from 12:00 to 1:00PM where we will explore the future of an innovative and agile government with expert panelists and Deputy Minister Hillary Hartley, Ontario’s Chief Digital and Data Officer. The event will kick off with welcome remarks from Nadia Theodore, Senior Vice President, Global Government and Industry Relations, Maple Leaf Foods.

This virtual event will discuss the new paradigm in modernizing government and include a series of interviews between OCC’s President and CEO, Rocco Rossi and:

- Tom Yeatts, Global Head of Provincial, Local, and Regional Government Solutions, ServiceNow

- Dr. Mark MacDonald, Global Public Finance Management Leader, EY

- Deputy Minister Hillary Hartley, Ontario’s Chief Digital and Data Officer

Following the interviews, Tom Yeatts, Dr. Mark MacDonald and Deputy Minister Hartley will dive deeper into the future of modern government in a panel discussion moderated by Ilda Dinis, Senior Vice President, Customer Experience, Marketing & Innovation, Northbridge Financial Corporation.


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The Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) is an independent, non-partisan business network. Our mission is to support economic growth in Ontario by advocating for pro-business policies and defending business priorities at Queen’s Park.

For more than a century, the OCC has been providing our members with practical supports, advantageous network opportunities, and access to innovative insight and analysis.

We represent local chambers of commerce and boards of trade from communities across Ontario. Through this network, we are the voice of 60,000 members that range from small businesses to major corporations and industry associations. Together, our members employ two million people and produce nearly 17 percent of Ontario’s GDP.

The OCC is Ontario’s business advocate.

Join us today. Visit occ.ca to find out more.

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