What The Results Of The U.S. Midterm Elections Mean For Canadian Business

What The Results Of The U.S. Midterm Elections Mean For Canadian Business

The "State Of America" After The Midterm Elections: AmCham Panel Discussion

The American Chamber of Commerce - Pacific Chapter is hosting a panel discussion analyzing the outcome and implications of the 2014 U.S. midterm elections for Canada.

Come Hear Experts Discuss:

  • the Obama Presidency and the new Congress
  • the U.S. and the world economy
  • America's leadership in the world
  • Where the U.S is today, economically, politically and socially with implications for Canada

Panel Members:

  • Jock Finlayson, Vice President and Chief Policy Advisor, Business Council of British Columbia
  • Richard Johnston, Canada Research Chair in Public Opinion, Elections, University of British Columbia
  • Mario Conseco, Vice President, Public Affairs, Insights West
  • Marit Rehavi, Assistant Professor, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, University of British Columbia
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Event details:

Date: Thursday, November 20, 2014 Place: TD Tower - 29th Floor, 700 West Georgia, Vancouver Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Cost: Members: no charge, Non-Members: $20

[Note: Tickets will not be mailed; we will confirm your purchase by email and names will be confirmed at the door.]

RSVP: Please complete and return this registration form via email to AmCham Canada - Pacific Chapter at amchamvancouver@gmail.com

RSVP Deadline: Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Sign up now as seating is limited.

Sponsored by:

  • TD Bank
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Gloria Terhaar
CCS (CA/US), CTCS, CBSA Prof. Designate

Gloria Terhaar began her career in Canadian customs brokerage 2007. She currently works in our Canadian division as a Trade Compliance Supervisor and Regulatory Compliance Specialist. Gloria has extensive experience in all aspects of documentation and regulatory requirements as they relate to importing products into Canada. Gloria is often called upon to train industry with some recent talks for MNP, the Surrey Board of Trade, TFO Canada and the BC Produce Marketing Association. In 2018, Gloria also participated in the Canadian Produce Marketing Association and the Canadian Horticultural Council advocacy event "Fall Harvest" in Ottawa where she participated in advocacy efforts for the Canadian produce industry.

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