About our speaker:
Joe Martin is Director of Canadian Business History at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and author of Relentless Change: A Casebook for the Study of Canadian Business History. He has also contributed four of the days in the forthcoming book 100 Days That Changed Canada.
Joe is a generous and active supporter of many historical organizations – and a much sought-after fund-raiser. He is President Emeritus of Canada’s History Society, publisher of Canada’ History, formerly the Beaver, a former member of the Executive of the Ontario Historical Society and a Past President of the Manitoba Historical Society. He is currently the historian for Toronto’s prestigious Albany Club.
In 1995 he joined the faculty of the Rotman School of Management of the University of Toronto.
Joe Martin is often seen as a panelist on PBS, BNN and TVO, and quoted in the print media such as The Financial Post, The Economist, The Financial Times (of London), The Toronto Star, The National Post, The Winnipeg Free Press … and even The Midland Free Press. He lectures on cruise-ships and regularly participates in business and history symposiums.
This event takes place on Friday, May 13, 2011 at 5:00 pm at the North Simcoe Sports And Recreation Centre in Midland, Ontario.
Tickets are $75 with a $40 tax receipt.
For tickets contact:Huronia Museum 705.526.2844,
Rene Hackstetter 705.529.8818 or
Miles Blackhurst 705.526.6844
2 thoughts on “Heritage Dinner: Friday, May 13, 2011”
The Annual Dinner event was absolutely awesome! Our staff sure did work hard and pulled the rabbit out of the hat again! Thanks all – you did a great job!
The evening was so wonderful – renewing friendships and chatting with members and the lots of new faces – it was just fabulous.
I loved the dessert auction – and the cake and pie we got at our table was absolutely scrumptious!
The evening was again wonderful – what more can I say – I’m out of adjectives.
Congratulations on an absolutely outstanding event! The organizers and staff presented a first class event which has become a wonderful tradition for a steadily growing community of supporters.