The Hart House Alumni Committee invites you to join students and alumni for a convivial and stimulating evening in the company of our informative and entertaining guest speaker: Stanley H. Hartt, Former deputy finance minister of Canada.
The evening will begin with a reception during which you will have an opportunity to chat with our guest while consuming hors d’oeuvres and drinks. An intimate 3-course dinner (sustainably catered by Hart House Chef Marco Tucci and his staff, and always seasonal, fresh, cosmopolitan and absolutely delicious) follows, accompanied with wines, after which Mr. Hartt will discuss “How did you like Romney’s First Day in Office?” The presentation is followed by a lively discussion with the audience.
When: Wed. Mar. 20
Where: Reception – 6:00 – 6:30 pm, North Dining Room, Hart House
Dinner – 6:30 – 9:00 pm, South Dining Room, Hart House
Both rooms are located on the 2nd floor of Hart House, at the west end across from the Music Room.
Tickets: Available online from Uofttix or by phone at 416.978.8849
6-Pack before Oct. 5: $311.00
3-Pack before Oct. 5: $183.00
6-Pack after Oct. 5: $350.00
3-Pack after Oct. 5: $186.00
Prices include HST.
Stanley Hartt was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1994. He is one of Canada’s preeminent contributors in both the private and public sectors at the highest levels.
Born in Montreal, Stanley was called to the Quebec Bar in 1965 and spent 20 years in legal practice, headed a major corporation, held leadership positions in government, advised and raised capital for leading businesses, and served a Director on numerous boards of both corporate and not-for-profit organizations.
Stanley has been a lecturer at Sir George Williams and at McGill Universities. He also taught at the Labour College of Canada (now affiliated with Athabasca University).
He was a partner at the law firm Stikeman Elliott. In the public sector, Stanley Hartt was Deputy Minister of Finance, providing advice on economic and fiscal policy to Finance Minister Michael Wilson, and served as Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. From 1990 to 1996, he was Chairman, President and CEO of Campeau Corporation, a real estate corporation purchased by Philip Reichmann. He then became Chairman of the investment banking firm Salomon Brothers Canada Inc., later renamed Citigroup Global Markets Canada Inc.
He served as the Chairman of the Board of O&Y Properties Corp. He is a Director of OZZ Clean Energy Inc., of A&G Resources Corporation, the Canadian Journalism Foundation, the Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation, the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, the State of Israel Bonds and The Stratford Festival. Hartt was profiled in Canadian Business Magazine as one of the Top 25 most influential business people in Canada (June 2009).