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In 2020, Calgary experienced the world-altering effects of Covid-19. A year of parallels where Calgary’s community came together to support health and local businesses, while also experiencing first-hand the importance of digital transformation and the need for diversification. 

From Covid-19 to community, climate to capital, join more than 1,500 of Calgary’s community builders at the much-anticipated Report to the Community on April 15, 2021.  Together we’ll discuss the mark left by 2020 and what forging into the future looks like for our opportunity-rich city. 

A year filled with record-setting funding announcements, energy transitions and a global health crisis – this year’s virtual event will feature interactive breakout sessions, moderated by influential community and business leaders, discussing COVID-19's economic impacts and how Calgary can be a global climate, community and capital leader.  

 


 

 THE PANELS FOR THIS YEAR'S EVENT

Happening simultaneously during the virtual event, join one of two panels at this year’s Report to the Community, featuring a discussion on the biggest challenges and opportunities from 2020: Covid-19 and community, climate and capital. Want to attend both sessions? Panels will be recorded to view later. 

 

PANEL ONE: COVID AND COMMUNITY 

In times of crisis, nothing is more important than community. This panel will feature four thought leaders discussing what the economic and community recovery from COVID-19 can look like, and how a focus on Calgary’s community is what will be our differentiator for the city.  

From digital transformation to social justice, join this honest conversation on the community impact of COVID-19 and how Calgary can advance as one of Canada’s most diverse world-class cities. 

PANEL TWO: CLIMATE AND CAPITAL
In a city known for our energy output, does the move to a greener economy impact the capital flow to our city? Amid the cancellation of KeystoneXL and events like the Texas ice storms, how can Calgary purposely balance both climate and capital interests in the energy industry and continue to foster ‘unicorn’ tech companies in emerging sectors to diversify our key industry and our economy. 

 


 

 Innovation Alley 

Please be sure to visit Innovation Alley – a showcase of Calgary’s visionaries, influencers and innovative leaders helping build the future of our city. Interested in the opportunity to feature your company in Innovation Alley? Find out more by emailing Ethan Green, Corporate & Community Engagement Coordinator. 

We look forward to welcoming you to discuss how we can move Calgary forward with innovation, resilience, and the entrepreneurial mindset that we are known for. 

 


 

EVENT DETAILS

WHEN

Thursday, April 15, 2021

11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.  

 

WHERE

Virtual event

 

AGENDA

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Networking & Innovation Alley 

12:00 p.m.  1:30 p.m. Program 

 

Registration coming soon. 

 

 

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

  
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WestJet was founded in 1996 in Calgary and is intent on being one of the five most successful international airlines in the world providing our guests with a friendly caring experience that will change air travel forever.

 

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TELUS is a leading telecommunications company in Canada, with 11.6 million customer connections including 6.1 million wireless subscribers, 4.2 million wireline network access lines and 1.2 million Internet subscribers.

 

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For over 100 years, ENMAX has delivered electricity to Calgarians through its transmission, distribution and substation network. ENMAX also generates and sells electricity throughout Alberta.

 

 

PREVIOUS EVENT PHOTOS & VIDEOS

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Susan McGregor

Susan McGregor

Events Manager

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