Panelist on The Insiders on CBC's The NationalBook Speaker
Watt is the Executive Chairman of Navigator, a principal at Ensight Canada, and a much sought-after lecturer. Deeply involved with efforts to promote equality and human rights issues, Jaime Watt has been awarded the Queen's Jubilee medal for service to the community. Watt is the president of the Canadian Club of Toronto (the country's oldest podium of record), and serves on the boards of many organizations, including the Canada Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, the St. Michael's Hospital Foundation in Toronto, and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. As well, he chairs the Capital Campaign for Casey House, Canada's pioneering AIDS hospice.
Insight Into Canada's Future
Jaime Watt provides insights into the future of Canada's politics, economy, and public opinion--and what they mean for the leaders of today and tomorrow. Drawing on the decades of experience that have made him a leading prognosticator, Watt demolishes truisms and helps audiences better understand how Canada's politics affect your business. As a successful political strategist, Watt brings intimate insider knowledge to a wide range of issues: What are the current public opinion trends in Canada? And how will the shifting power struggles in Ottawa affect Canada's industries? With unparalleled expertise, Jaime Watt helps audiences see the machinations of, and the parallels between, Canada's political and economic future.
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