Country’s ruling elite has frittered away PDVSA’s natural advantages with socialist meddling
Feb 23, 2014
Demographic challenges, including fewer people working and a larger number of retirees who are living longer, mean majority of defined-benefit pensions are in danger
Feb 09, 2014
As more civil servants retire, the spotlight on the pension problems that unions have caused will get brighter, and Canadians will be fed up
Jan 19, 2014
For a country that was built on the prosperous utilization of resources, modern-day investment potential is being hampered by ideologically driven agendas
Jan 05, 2014
Canada slipped to 13th place in the latest round of international student rankings, an ominous sign for future competitiveness
Dec 15, 2013
Governments aren’t known for putting taxpayers’ dollars to work in the best way possible. But it can be done
Dec 01, 2013
China’s dictatorship administration makes it easy for mayors to become wealthy by ignoring environmental regulations
Nov 17, 2013
Propaganda used to turn people against genetically modified foods and hydraulic fracturing has no scientific basis
Nov 03, 2013
Rich natural resources underpin this country’s wealth. Governments must ensure they are developed responsibly, to keep investments flowing and jobs growing
Oct 20, 2013
Catering to Canada’s employment needs does not undercut the mission of our universities
Oct 06, 2013
A nationally recognized business leader, an ardent community champion, a lover of the great outdoors, and a wellness enthusiast, Gwyn Morgan devoted three decades to building Canada’s largest energy company.
Gwyn Morgan rose from his modest roots on an Alberta farm to become one of Canada’s foremost business leaders and ardent champion of the importance of Canadian-headquartered international enterprises. Gwyn has served on the board of directors of five global corporations. He serves as a trustee of the Fraser Institute, the Manning Centre for Building Democracy and the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education.
He devoted three decades to building EnCana Corp. into Canada’s largest energy company. When he stepped down as founding CEO at the end of 2005, EnCana was Canada's most valuable company with a stock market value of approximately $60-billion. Gwyn has been recognized as Canada’s Outstanding CEO of the Year and also as Canada’s Most Respected CEO. He has been inducted as a Member of The Order of Canada.
Gwyn and his wife Patricia Trottier live near Victoria, BC. A lover of the great outdoors and a wellness enthusiast, he and his wife are advocates of holistic medicine and taking personal responsibility for our health.