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Nov
3
National Speaker ProgramNovember 3, 2005 8:00 AM to 10:00 AMToronto Marriott Eaton Centre, Toronto, Ontario Format: In PersonMoving Canada's Pension Plan to the 21st Century
Nov
2
National Speaker ProgramNovember 2, 2005 7:30 AM to 10:00 AMCapone's East, Ottawa, Ontario Format: In PersonMoving Canada's Pension Plan to the 21st Century
Oct
20
National Speaker ProgramOctober 20, 2005 7:30 AM to 9:30 AMThe Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba Format: In PersonMoving Canada's Pension Plan to the 21st Century
Oct
19
The employees' perspective of pension plans - all options are not created equalOctober 19, 2005 7:30 AM to 9:30 AMMayfair Golf and Country Club, Edmonton, Alberta Format: In PersonPatrick Longhurst, CFP, FCIA Keeping it simple: Many people are confused about the choices that are available to them at retirement. Patrick Longhurst understands that the issues around retirement may seem frighteningly complex. That is why he has made a commitment to explaining pension issues and investment strategies in everyday language. When you have a clear understanding of the issues, you will be in a better position to make decisions that are right for you.
Event: 8 of 100 Registered
Oct
12
2005 Western ConferenceOctober 12 - 14, 2005 11:00 AM to 2:00 PMFairmont Banff Springs Conference Centre, Banff, Alberta Format: In PersonCPBI's 2005 Western Conference is being held in Banff, Alberta. The theme is Connect - Consider - Create - The power of strategy and people.
Sep
29
Networking and Volunteer Information EventSeptember 29, 2005 4:00 PM to 6:00 PMCatch Events Centre, 3rd Floor, 100 - 8th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta Format: In PersonEnjoy refreshments with colleagues in our industry while finding out what CPBI is planning for the coming year. There are no registration fees associated with attending this event.
Event: ‘Event Full’
Sep
28
What you really need to know about the CAP Guidelines (and what you can forget about)September 28, 2005 7:30 AM to 9:00 AMMayfair Golf and Country Club, Edmonton, Alberta Format: In PersonSpeaker: Christopher Cartwright, Standard Life Hear the inside scoop from someone who was there. Find out the most essential - and often overlooked - section of the Guidelines. Discover the industry's biggest misconceptions about the Joint Forum's intentions. Have your questions about compliance answered once and for all. Christopher Cartwright, Manager, Marketing Strategy, has been in the financial services industry for over 30 years, working on all aspects of group retirement planning. He is responsible for understanding the evolving needs of plan sponsors and members and identifying effective solutions. Since 1999, Chris has been closely involved in the work of the Joint Forum of Financial Market Regulators as it pertains to the regulation of CAPs. He was a member of the CAP Committee’s Industry Task Force that helped draft the Guidelines. Throughout the process, he has drawn attention to the Joint Forum’s efforts, examining and clarifying the intent and the implications of the CAP Guidelines. His articles have been published in Benefits Canada, Benefits and Pensions Monitor and in Defined Contributor Monitor. He is also a member of a second Industry Task Force of the Joint Forum, this one dealing with differences in investment rules among pension, insurance and securities regulators. Chris is currently the Chairman of the Committee on Group Retirement Plans of the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association.
Sep
27
Drug CostsSeptember 27, 2005 7:30 AM to 10:00 AMCapone's East, Ottawa, Ontario Format: In PersonFind out more about the latest trends and approaches for effectively managing them
Sep
22
Workforce PlanningSeptember 22, 2005 7:30 AM to 9:00 AMHyatt Regency Hotel, Imperial Rooms 1,2,3, Calgary, Alberta Format: In PersonWorkforce Planning with Deanna Napen of Towers Perrin and Ron Parent of Burlington Resources Canada.
Sep
15
CAP GuidelinesSeptember 15, 2005 8:00 AM to 10:00 AMToronto Marriott Eaton Centre, Toronto, Ontario Format: In PersonReady, Set...Are you really ready for the CAP Guidelines?
Sep
15
To Unlock or Not Unlock-That is the QuestionSeptember 15, 2005 7:30 AM to 9:30 AMHotel Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Manitoba Format: In PersonOur speakers will present the technical and practical consideraitons surrounding new legislation in Manitoba.
Sep
14
CAP GuidlinesSeptember 14, 2005 7:30 AM to 9:15 AMHotel Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan Format: In PersonCAP Guidlines Speaker: Dave Wild, Saskatchewan Justice
Event: ‘Event Full’
Sep
13
CAP GuidlinesSeptember 13, 2005 11:45 AM to 1:30 PMDelta Bessborough Hotel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Format: In PersonLuncheon: Title: CAP Guidelines Speaker: Dave Wild
Event: ‘Event Full’
Sep
1
Ottawa River CruiseSeptember 1, 2005 2:00 PM to 4:00 PMBoat Dock, 1 Rue Jacques Cartier, Gatineau, Ottawa, Ontario Format: In PersonMagical networking cruise down the Ottawa River
Jun
23
Bill Carr, ComedianJune 23, 2005 11:30 AM to 1:45 PMThe Hyatt Regency, Calgary, Alberta Format: In PersonBill Carr will show how humour and creativity can get you on the mark, creating your future through a positive approach to change. What is the word heard most in the workplace these days? CHANGE, closely followed by the next most popular word: STRESS. Bill Carr sees these words as closely related and wants to add a third word: LAUGHTER. The only way this can be achieved is if we learn a fourth word: PERSPECTIVE. Laughter and perspective are exactly what Bill Carr will be speaking about. An award-winning writer, humorist and journalist, Bill starts with his own perspective on stress. Through a series of personal and professional anecdotes, Bill illustrates a practical and functional way to achieving a healthy perspective in our own lives. Many people in a variety of industries, associations and government departments across North America have raved about Bill Carr’s workshops and presentations. His principal message teaches clients to see ordinary things in extraordinary ways and suggests we not equate serious with solemn, a valuable lesson in these pressured times. Laughter may not be the best medicine but it’s the cheapest and there are no side effects, except maybe a sore side and a healthier perspective.
Event: 5 of 100 Registered