LG Visionaries Prize

How would YOU make Ontario better?

The Lieutenant Governor’s Visionaries Prize wants you to identify the challenges that Ontario will face and the opportunities that will emerge over the next 50 years—and then share your plan of action for the province.

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Head Judge

Piya Chattopadhyay is the host of CBC Radio’s Out in the Open, an adventurous and wide-ranging program that each week explores one timely topic and how it affects regular people. Dedicated to tackling challenging issues, the show encourages us to have difficult and crucial conversations.

Panel Judges

Reconciliation
Waneek Horn-Miller

Governance
Steve Paikin

Inclusive Prosperity
Annette Verschuren

Environmental Stewardship
Edward Burtynsky

Social Cohesion
Sanjay Khanna

Scientific and Technological Innovation
Ilse Treurnicht

Event Dates

Reconciliation
McGillivray’s Landing, Fort William Historical Park
Thunder Bay, September 13, 2017

Governance
Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, Queen’s University
Kingston, September 19, 2017

Inclusive Prosperity
Capitol Theatre’s Pentastar Theatre
Windsor, September 21, 2017

Environmental Stewardship
Centre for International Governance Innovation
Waterloo, September 26, 2017

Social Cohesion
The Rose Theatre
Brampton, September 28, 2017

Scientific and Technological Innovation
Isabel Bader Theatre
Toronto, October 2, 2017

Award Reception
Queen’s Park
Toronto, October 3, 2017

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