October 3, 2013
What’s wrong with our country can be cured by what’s right with our cities.
Across North America, cities are tackling the big issues that Ottawa and Washington won’t or can’t solve. Yes, even here in Toronto. Especially here in Toronto.
The Metropolitan Revolution is reshaping our economy and the old order of who’s really in charge.
Leading that revolution is Jennifer Bradley, the Brookings Institute social critic and writer for The Atlantic and The New Republic.
Thomas Friedman of the New York Times took up her call to action last month, saying: “Cities and metropolitan areas are becoming the leaders
in the nation experimenting, taking risks, making hard choices. We are seeing ‘the inversion of the hierarchy of power in the United States.’”
Jennifer Bradley will speak at the Ramsay Luncheon on Thursday, October 3rd, and this is your chance to hear first-hand what all the buzz is about.
So join us to hear about the American Revolution that’s already spilling over into Canada – with both countries winning over their pasts.
Cost: $79.00 + HST and includes a copy of “The Metropolitan Revolution”.
Date: Thursday, Oct 3, 2013