Media Advisory/Invitation - "Toronto: The Great Global City" - The Toronto Board of Trade's 120th Annual Dinner

    TORONTO, Jan. 24 /CNW/ - What are the attributes and advantages that make
Toronto one of the great business cities of the world? Join notable business,
political and civic leaders, as well as special guests at the 120th Annual
Dinner and partake in establishing how Toronto can evolve and compete as a
strategic city in the mass global market.
    Well known urban studies theorist and best-selling author, Richard
Florida in his first major speech in the city will theorize on the topic of
prosperity for Toronto.
    The Toronto Board of Trade is the largest local chamber of commerce
representing nearly 10,000 companies and individual members with an estimated
500,000 people across Canada and total annual revenue in excess of
$200 billion.

    WHAT:        120th Annual Dinner - The Toronto Board of Trade

    WHERE:       Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Constitution Hall
                 255 Front Street West

    WHO: 	       Guests to include: The Mayor and several City Councillors,
                 Ontario Health Minister George Smitherman and other MPP's,
                 and Toronto's top executives from major corporations and

    WHEN:        Monday, January 28, 2008
    		       6:45pm - Doors open
    		       7:10pm - 7:50pm - Dinner Break
    		       7:50pm - 9:15pm - Post Dinner Show & Keynote Presentations
    		       9:15pm - Walk Out & Post Gala Reception

For further information:

For further information: For media registration or interviews please
contact: Mansfield Communications Inc, Sarah Thompson, P: (416) 599-0024 x
244, E:; Laura Hyde, P: (416) 599-0024 x 229, E:

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