Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Fri 9 - 5pm - 416-602-2584

Lunch with the pre-eminent investigative journalist of our time. Seymour Hersh broke the My Lai Massacre during the Vietnam War; the torture at Abu Ghraib in the Iraq War; the story of Israel’s nuclear arsenal; and countless more stories whose uncovering has changed history. Hersh’s fearless reporting has earned him fame, front-page bylines everywhere, honours (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Fri 9 - 5pm - 416-602-2584

Are we meeting the special challenges of working in tech? Dan Lyons wrote the best-seller Disrupted, My Misadventures in the Start-Up Bubble. Today, he’s the expert on the culture of work and how it’s changing business and lives. Lyons is the first speaker in the new RamsayTalks series The Only Constant sponsored by Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, at their downtown SmithToronto (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Fri 9 - 5pm - 416-602-2584

Have lunch with one of the world’s 50 greatest leaders. Each year, Fortune ranks the Top 50 thinkers, speakers and doers in the world. One of them (ranked ahead of Oprah) is Toronto’s Kathleen McLaughlin. She’s the Chief Sustainability Officer for Walmart and the President of the Walmart Foundation, which last fiscal year donated more than $1.4 billion in (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Fri 9 - 5pm - 416-602-2584

What happens when groups of people and groups of computers work together? Malone would know. He’s the founding director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence and co-director of the MIT Initiative on Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century. He thinks we’ve barely tapped the power of people working in groups – alongside computers working (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Fri 9 - 5pm - 416-602-2584

One man knows not just if Donald Trump can be impeached, but how. Laurence Tribe is Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard and one of just 68 Harvard scholars since its founding in 1636 to earn its highest academic honor of “University Professor.” No one else “in American history has…simultaneously achieved Tribe’s pre-eminence….as a practitioner and….scholar (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Frid 9-5 416-602-2584

New York has a centre for artistic invention. Should we? Can we? Dan Doctoroff knows. You may know him as the CEO of Sidewalk Labs whose Sidewalk Toronto is creating a whole new kind of neighbourhood on the Eastern Waterfront. But he’s also Chair of The Shed, the new $500 million arts complex in Manhattan that will be the world’s (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Frid 9-5 416-602-2584

Why should women aim to be thought equal to men when they can… Well, when they can be so much better. And for the good of us all. It’s the central idea of A Good Time to be a Girl, by Helena Morrissey.  Dame Helena Morrissey is the 2017 Financial Times business leader of the year; the founder of the (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Frid 9-5 416-602-2584

Yes, capitalism and democracy both need a big fix. Dambisa Moyo knows how big. Dr. Dambisa Moyo is one of the world’s most acclaimed economists. Time Magazine named her one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World and she’s on the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders’ Forum. You read her work in The Financial Times and Wall Street (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm

She first broke the Harvey Weinstein story and… changed our world. Jodi Kantor is the investigative reporter who, along with two New York Times colleagues, first exposed the story of Harvey Weinstein, and then again, Louis C.K. Jodi specializes in long-form deeply reported stories. But none has so profoundly changed our view of men and women, work (more…)


Event Phone: Louise Davey 416-602-2584 Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm

Jamie Bennett pushes the arts to the epicenter of city-building. On Jan. 30, you can learn how. Jamie Bennett heads ArtPlace America, the partnership of 16 foundations, 8 federal agencies and 6 financial institutions that invests in making the arts a bigger part of city-building. ArtsAmerica has invested over $100 million in placemaking projects that (more…)