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Have breakfast with New York City’s Cultural Commissioner This is your invitation to join us at the second event in the RamsayTalks breakfast series called Fresh New Grounds and sponsored by BMO Financial Group. Its speakers bring to Toronto some of the most innovative ideas in the arts and civic engagement – with real lessons for (more…)

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How does a great philanthropist give it all away? If you’re Charles Bronfman, you write your memoirs. Then  you speak at a RamsayLuncheon on your remarkable idea to wind up your foundation this year and distribute the entire proceeds to charities. You don’t speak alone but in conversation with another great Canadian, CTV’s Lloyd Robertson. So (more…)

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How can we stop extremists from recruiting on the internet? As always, technology is creating both challenges and opportunities. But here, failing to harness the power of our own innovation may cost us our lives. Or are those technologies simply beyond our control? One man who lives this issue is Joshua Geltzer, Senior Director for (more…)

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What’s the one real driver of success? Find out on June 3rd from the woman who proved it. It’s not IQ. Not talent. Not luck. Not work…. But Grit. This idea, that passion and perseverance surpass arguably all other traits in work and life, defies pretty much every theory of success. Little wonder that its (more…)

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How To Have A Good Death The Supreme Court ruled that we can ask a doctor to help end our lives if we’re racked with enduring, intolerable pain. Ever since that ruling, we’ve had something few citizens of any nation in any age have been granted: a choice. The “how” of death is what four (more…)

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When Dr. David Goldbloom asks: “How Can I Help?”, he can answer his own question. That’s because Dr. David Goldbloom is one of Canada’s top psychiatrists. And by ‘top’, I mean both ‘most empathetic’ and ‘most effective’. David is Senior Medical Advisor at CAMH, the former Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and the (more…)

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Janette Sadik-Khan fixed New York’s streets. Maybe she can help fix ours. Our average daily commute time is 66 minutes, our downtown would drive Mad Max mad, and some of our roads haven’t been upgraded since Louis St. Laurent was Prime Minister. So maybe it’s time to look beyond the GTA for some answers to (more…)

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What can we learn from arts leaders beyond our borders? We can learn a lot. Especially when those global leaders can help us put our best ideas on the world’s stage. So join us for the first event in a new series of RamsayTalks called Fresh New Grounds, sponsored by BMO Bank of Montreal. Its four speakers (more…)

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How many musicians are in a studio during a recording session? None. The music is all recorded digitally. We used to think writing hit songs was an art. But it’s becoming a science. And the man chronicling that huge shift is none other than New Yorker writer, John Seabrook. His new book, The Song Machine: Inside (more…)

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In one evening with Amy Cuddy, you’ll learn an invaluable business skill. Amy Cuddy is known the world over for her TEDTalk on non-verbal behavior. It’s now the second most viewed TEDTalk of all time, seen by nearly 30 million people. Amy Cuddy is also the Harvard Business School professor who’s been named a Game-Changer (more…)