#1. Visit from Texas;
Toronto and Montreal will receive a visit from the mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, over the week in a bid to advance tourism, trade and other business opportunities. They have scheduled many meetings, which includes a meeting with Premier Kathleen Wynne, who has menaced to enforce protectionist measures if the state passes Buy American legislation.
#2. Discussions on economics;
The International Economic Forum of the Americas is expected to start on Monday in Montreal. The talkfest which will have a four-day duration will welcome the federal ministers of finance, foreign affairs and international trade, as well as chieftains from the business world including National Bank CEO Louis Vachon, Power Corp. co-CEO Paul Desmarais Jr., and Michael Sabia, CEO of Quebec pension fund manager Caisse de depot.
#3. House money;
There will be lots of talk on real estate market this week. Toronto will welcome the Ontario Housing Summit on Tuesday, there after there will be an event organized by the Economic club of Canada on Wednesday featuring the chief economists from the Canadian Real Estate Association and Scotiabank.
#4. Shop Meeting;
There is an annual general meeting organized by Hudson Bay on Tuesday in Toronto. The meeting comes following the department store giant, which is North America’s oldest company, held because of a number of retail sector issues, including online shopping.
#5. Power play;
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will be the main orator on Wednesday at the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary. Had it been there was a possibility to send a message to British Columbia, then this would be it.