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17 people talking finance policy with Jim Flaherty this afternoon

Courtesy of the finance department, the full list of participants -- including former Liberal MP Lloyd Axworthy and CBC host Amanda Lang -- attending the minister's seventh annual end-of-summer policy retreat in Wakefield this afternoon:

1. Lloyd Axworthy, President and Vice-Chancellor, The University of Winnipeg

2. Katherine Barr, General Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures

3. Marc-André Blanchard, Chair and Chief Executive Officer, McCarthy Tétrault

4. Leo de Bever, Chief Executive Officer, Alberta Investment Management Corporation

5. Sean Ivens, Chief Executive Officer, Advanced Medical Solutions

6. Tom Kloet, Chief Executive Officer, TMX Group

7. Amanda Lang, Senior Business Correspondent, CBC News

8. Victoria Lennox, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Startup Canada

9. Kim Mason, Regional President, Atlantic Provinces, RBC

10. Susan McIsaac, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Way Toronto

11. Tom Paddon, President and Chief Executive Officer, Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation

12. Ann Petley-Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Eastlink Bermuda Holdings Ltd.

13. John C. Risley, President and Chief Executive Officer, Clearwater Fine Foods Incorporated

14. Ellis Ross, Chief Councilor, Haisla Nation

15. Yona Shtern, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Beyond the Rack

16. Niels Veldhuis, President, Fraser Institute

17. Steve Williams, President and Chief Executive Officer, Suncor Energy Inc.

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