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Life Care Services knows that the seniors living in its communities are counting on them to keep them safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the holidays are approaching, Joel Nelson and his employees have re-imagined how they operate so their residents and their families can stay connected while staying healthy.
BMO Capital Markets hosted a client call on Monday, November 9 on the election of Joe Biden to the presidency of the United States, with votes all but counted. The call was moderated by BMO Capital Markets Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski and focused on the likely shape of the U.S. economy and markets going forward based on the election results, featuring expert commentary from Margaret Kerins, Managing Director and Head of FICC Macro Strategy, and Michael Gregory, Deputy Chief Economist and Head of U.S. Economics.
BMO Capital Markets hosted a roundtable discussion on the outlook for markets following the US elections. The call was moderated by BMO Capital Markets Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski and focused on the likely shape of the US economy and markets going forward based on the election results (or lack thereof), featuring expert commentary from Margaret Kerins, Managing Director and Head of FICC Macro Strategy, and Michael Gregory, Deputy Chief Economist and Head of U.S. Economics.
A global pandemic alongside racial inequality and political polarization have created a state of “radical uncertainty.” What impact could this have on Generation COVID, or Gen C—the generation that’s coming of age during this crisis? Eric Boles speaks with three experts about how 2020 will shape a generation. Among the topics to be discussed: 1) A look at the impact technological innovation will have on Gen C; 2) How we can use previous generation-defining events as a guide to navigate our current conditions; and 3) Why corporations will have to move beyond their traditional roles to address a range of social and economic issues.
Brady Corporation manufacturers thousands of products used in the healthcare industry; including critical testing kits for COVID-19. As the pandemic grew, Michael Nauman and his leadership team tapped Brady's best asset, its employees, to quickly come up with new innovations to address the unique safety issues brought on by COVID-19.
This week, Dave Moore, BMO's Hong Kong based trader joins me to share his insights on what the Asian client base is focused on, where he sees the market going, and his favourite trade ideas.
2020 has changed every part of how we live our everyday lives; how we work, how we eat, how we shop, how we stay healthy and even how we manage our money. In this episode of The Road to Recovery: Expert Conversations, Dr. John Whyte, Cam Fowler and Erica Kuhlmann take a look ahead and discuss how different facets of our lives will continue to change through 2020 and beyond.
Today’s guest is something of a visionary. He took a brilliant idea and made it happen. And, as we’ll discover, this business is saving lives every single day.
International air travel has plummeted during the pandemic. It’s down 84 per cent compared with one year ago, and thousands of jets worldwide have been taken out or service. As we hear from today’s guest on Inside Stories, there are some occupations where it’s not an option to “work from home.”
This week, Joel Prussky, BMO's OIS and cross currency trader joins Ben Reitzes to share his insights on the yield curve, fiscal policy, big picture thoughts about where the monetary system is headed and his favourite trade ideas.
When Carol Lee saw how the economic downturn was impacting the Chinatown community, she knew the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation could help. They put programs together to help individuals in need, while at the same time helping local businesses keep their doors open.
While multiple events in 2020 have disrupted business as usual, companies still need to hire and retain talent. But what will recruitment and retention look like in this new environment? In this episode of Road to Recovery: Expert Conversations, host Eric Boles speaks with Jaclyn Jensen, Shannon Costigan and Jennifer Schlott-Rouzan about how remote working and the need for a diverse and inclusive workforce has changed and will continue to evolve.
Are we on the Road to Recovery yet, and what does the New Normal look like going forward? Is it too soon to tell, or do we have answers? Listen to WebMD’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. John Whyte discuss with BMO experts Dan Barclay, Brian Belski and Margaret Kerins where we’ve been and where we are headed from a health, investment and economic perspective. 
This year BMO is proud to partner with Children's Aid Foundation of Canada, the newest organization to join our Equity Through Education program. In this podcast interview, Fil Papich, Head of BMO Capital Markets Quebec is joined by Valerie McMurtry, President and CEO of Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada, in a heartfelt discussion about the obstacles that youth face in the child welfare system and how the ETE program will support their endeavours.
Today on Inside Stories, we’ll hear from an Electric Vehicle convert. Seth Weintraub climbed into a Tesla for a test drive back in 2013. In that one short drive…he was hooked. He also believes we’re in the midst of an automotive revolution.
The pandemic has hammered the global travel industry. Fewer people are traveling, and they’re staying closer to home. We speak with industry expert and accomplished traveler Jim Byers about how the very nature of travel is changing, and how the industry has been trying to adapt.
In the first episode of Views From The North, I was joined by Fred Nastos, head of credit trading at BMO. We share our thoughts on the Bank of Canada’s latest policy announcement, market impact and major upcoming events. 
One thing is clear: this election season is like nothing we’ve ever seen. But what are the long-term implications for campaigns and elections once COVID-19 no longer leads the headlines? In this episode of The Road to Recovery: Expert Conversations, host Eric Boles spoke with Cris Landa, Scott Brison and David Jacobson about how the democratic process will change.
Though we’ve all adapted, there’s no denying these are still stressful times. Today on Inside Stories, we explore new tools that allow us to train our brains to de-stress. Guest Sarah Hill is the CEO of Healium – a system that allows you to change what you see...using only your thoughts.
Tea Francis has an unusual – and undeniable – area of interest: Spiders. Why, you might ask? It’s a good question. And Tea has plenty of good answers.
The workplaces that many people had to leave in March 2020 will probably never look the same as they did in February. Organizations of all types are adapting to help keep their employees safe, while offering the flexibility and tools they need along with the infrastructure required to support a fully remote or blended workforce. And it all leads to the big question: What is the role of the office in a post-pandemic future?
Bad weather drives most of us indoors. But Mark Robinson heads outside – seeking the most powerful storms and natural phenomenon on the planet. In fact, there’s a very good reason he calls himself a Storm Hunter.
In our latest episode of The Road to Recovery: Expert Conversations, we talk with three experts about how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the nature of educational instruction, and what it means for schools, organizations and companies moving forward.
For Bill Siggins, the pandemic has unfolded much differently than for people in North America. That’s because he lives in the country where all of this began: China. 
Sports may be restarting, but Broadway is still dark. Writer and performer Bob Martin lives in this world…a sector that simply cannot get back to 'Business as Usual' while COVID-19 remains.
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Podcast Details

Created by
BMO
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 25th, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 25th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
165
Avg. Episode Length
19 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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