Registration & Box Lunch - 12:15 pm
Modified Shotgun Start - 1:00 pm
Remarks, Awards and 6:00 pm
The New England-Canada Business Council is hosting a forum on the United States Mexico Canada trade agreement (USMCA) featuring invited guests Governor Chris Sununu (NH), Governor Phil Scott (VT), and a Canadian dignitary (QC) on Wednesday, November 6th in Hanover, NH. The luncheon event will focus on the impact the pending USMCA is expected to have on the economies of Northern New England and Québec, and in a broader context, the agreement's impact on the U.S. and Canada.
The USMCA Forum is presented by COMCAST, in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada, Québec Government Office in Boston, Eversource, Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire, Vermont Chamber of Commerce and Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ).
A Variety of Speakers and Topics
In addition to conferences and workshops, the Council conducts several luncheon/breakfast meetings throughout the year featuring Canadian and American business and political leaders.
Corporate executives, Ambassadors, Canadian and American government leaders, journalists and other thought- leaders have stood at the podium to brief members about timely North American, regional, and industry-specific issues and trends.
Past speakers include:
Diane Francis, Author and business journalist
Lawrence Summers, Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University
Dr. Ernest J. Moniz, Professor of Physics and Systems Engineering, MIT, and former U.S. Secretary of Energy
Peter MacKay, PC, QC, Partner, Baker McKenzie
Bardish Chagger, Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Minister of Small Business & Tourism
Scott Gilmore, Journalist, former diplomat and political observer
Stephen McNeil, Premier of Nova Scotia
John Manley, President & CEO, Canadian Council of Chief Executives
François Legault, Premier of Québec
David Alward, former Premier of New Brunswick and Canada's Consul General to Boston
Allan Rock, President & Vice Chancellor, University of Ottawa
Paul Cellucci, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada and former Governor of Massachusetts
We hope you can join us for upcoming programs!