October 13, 2016
Major Announcement on Expo 2025
Key Results of Feasibility Study to be Released
Leaders & corporate supporters of Expo 2025 Canada will be releasing important findings from a privately-funded feasibility study on the costs and benefits of Toronto hosting a World Expo in 2025.
DATE: FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, 2016
LOCATION: TORONTO CITY HALL, 100 Queen Street West
2nd Floor – Outside of Committee Room 1
In June, City Council voted unanimously in favour of pursuing the feasibility study. The business case was carried out by Pricewaterhouse Coopers.
The impartial, independent analysis examined the incremental costs of staging Expo 2025, along with the economic benefits and potential legacy for Toronto, Ontario and Canada. The detailed study will be discussed in Executive Committee on October 26.
The key results to be released Friday will give the clearest picture yet to Torontonians of the potential benefits and costs of Expo2025.
Speakers will include independent corporate leaders and key members of the Expo 2025 Canada volunteer steering committee:
Alicia T. Dubois, Co-Vice Chair, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
Chris Amendola, President and CSO, beanfield Metroconnect
Claire Hopkinson, President & CEO, Toronto Arts Foundation
Ed Karthaus, President & CEO, Yappn Corp.
Janet De Silva, President & CEO, Toronto Region Board of Trade
Jordan Banks, Managing Director, Facebook and Instagram Canada
Joshua Lax, Expo 2025 Canada, Director of Corporate Engagement
Nicholas Thadaney, President & CEO, Global Equity Capital Markets, TMX Group
Stephen Forbes, Executive VP and CCO, CIBC
For more information:
Sean Mallen, cell: 416-602-9772; email@example.com