Torys Business Brief
Torys Business Brief
Torys Business Brief

Latest Episode: A turning point for Canada’s life sciences

What lessons can be learned from the pandemic for the life sciences industry? Hear from Torys partners Eileen McMahon and Cheryl Reicin and researcher Dr. Shaf Keshavjee, Surgeon-in-Chief at the University Health Network and Director of the Toronto Lung Transplant Program, as they discuss how the crisis has caused the industry to move at a pace never seen before. They share their thoughts on what may lie ahead, and what changes government and industry can make to advance an “innovation culture” in Canada’s life sciences sector.

This episode and its full transcript are available here.

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Previous Episode: Canadian oil and gas after COVID‑19

Canada’s oil and gas industry continues to face unique challenges during the pandemic crisis. In this episode, Calgary partners Stephanie Stimpson and Chris Christopher offer their candid perspectives on the current state of the sector, its prospects for recovery and the silver linings for industry players. From issues top of mind for boards and sustainable project development to the M&A outlook for oil and gas, our Calgary partners discuss where the industry is headed, including the future of oil in Canada’s energy mix.

About Torys Business Brief

Torys Business Brief focuses on key issues and actionable knowledge for businesses to emerge from the COVID‑19 crisis resilient and well-positioned for the future. Each 30-minute podcast features in-depth interviews with Torys lawyers, moderated by Munk Debates convener Rudyard Griffiths. These episodes are accredited for CPD purposes.
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