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Monday, 31 December 2012

Pipelines Are The Safest Method To Transport Oil and Gas; Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver




A radio interview with the Minister of Natural Resources , Joe Oliver. We discussed the safety of Pipelines and the release of the proposed new Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012.

Program Name: Money and Business with Samuel Ezerzer
http://www.radio-shalom.ca/site/emissions-1042

Hours : Wednesday live at 4pm, rebroadcasted Sunday at 3am and Monday at 7pm.
Description: The Money & Business Show is the only pure Business show, live in-studio direct from Montreal. The show focuses primarily on the Canadian, United States, and the international economy through a Canadian lens. The show is informative, exciting, and sometimes controversial, encouraging healthy debate.

The Honourable  Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver.
http://www.joeoliver.ca/

Mr. Oliver obtained both his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Civil Law at McGill University. He was called to the Quebec Bar and later graduated with an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business.
He was appointed Minister of Natural Resources on May 18, 2011.

Prior to his election to Parliament, Mr. Oliver had a career in the investment banking industry. He began his investment banking career at Merrill Lynch, and served in senior positions at other investment dealers and as Executive Director of the Ontario Securities Commission. He was then appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Investment Dealers Association of Canada. He also played a prominent role as Chair of the Advisory Committee of the International Council of Securities Associations and as Chair of the Consultative Committee of the International Association of Securities Commissions. A graduate of the Directors Education Program at the Rotman School of Management, he was also a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators and sat on the board of the Canadian Securities Institute Research Foundation.
Mr. Oliver is an active member of his community and volunteers for various charities in Canada and abroad. He served as Chair of the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada for four years and as a member of the Board of Directors  at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Mr. Oliver obtained both his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Civil Law at McGill University. He was called to the Quebec Bar and later graduated with an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business.