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Bridging the Talent Gap

Annual Report 2007 • 2008

The JA Worldwide® Vision

Purpose

To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.

Values

Belief in the boundless potential of young people.

Commitment to the principles of market-based economics and
entrepreneurship.

Passion for what we do and honesty, integrity and excellence in how we
do it.

Respect for the talents, creativity, perspectives and backgrounds of all
individuals.

Belief in the power of partnership and collaboration.

Conviction in the educational and motivational impact of relevant,
hands-on learning.

Envisioned Future

Junior Achievement will be the partner of choice for businesses,
educators and policy-makers around the globe seeking to expand
workforce and economic development.

We will be revered for providing experiences that promote the skills,
understanding and perspectives students will need to succeed in a global
economy and become productive, contributing members of society.

......................................19 Peter Mansbridge Award........................................................................................................... 6 Volunteers: Our Mentors............................ Miskiman Leadership Award Recipient.................................................................................. 3 Bridging the Leadership Gap................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................12 Alumni Association................................................... 9 Programs: The Next Generation.....................................................15 The Canadian Business Hall of Fame..................................................... 7 H..................................................................................................................................................................13 JA CanadaTM Board of Directors 2007/2008............................................................................................................................23 Balance Sheet and Statement of Operations...... 5 Volunteer Screening Protocol......................... 4 National Awards and Scholarships............Table of Contents Message from the Chair and President & CEO................................................... 2 Platinum Achievement Award..........................20 Deliotte Inspiration Award Recipients........................................................................... 8 AchieveNet..................................................................25 1 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 .............................................21 Business Hall of Fame Institute.................................................................................................................................................................................18 2008 Hall of Fame Inductees.............................14 JA CanadaTM Foundation Board of Directors 2007/2008.............................................................................................................................10 CANJAC ‘07..................................................................................................................................22 National Business Archives of CanadaTM...............17 Laureate Selection Committee 2008.........................................................24 National Contributors....................................................................................16 Order of the Business Hall of FameTM........................... E..............................

Board of Directors JA CanadaTM The prosperity and competitiveness of Canada rests on our ability to develop a competitive workforce and the future leaders who will secure Canada’s place in a global market. With your help. This past year we launched the first of many new and exciting student programs. JA continues to inspire and educate young people to succeed in a global economy. to the JA Canada and JA Canada Foundation directors. Together with the JA CanadaTM Foundation (The Canadian Business Hall of Fame) we embrace the mission of Ross W. ensuring the prosperity and President & CEO JA CanadaTM competitiveness of Canada in the global marketplace. Through your support you enable JA to serve as a partner in economic development and workforce readiness by connecting youth with an innovativelearningcurriculum. Your commitment drives our purpose and success. Around the world. you have enabled us to provide the JA experience to over 244. JA is uniquely positioned among industry leaders and educators in the public education system.000 incredibly committed volunteers who deliver our programs and to educators from across Canada who welcome JA into their classrooms each day. Maund developing Canada’s future leaders. Thank you to those organizations who provided funding support. As dedicated stakeholders. Together we prepare youth to further their education and Michael Foulkes inspire them to achieve their dreams. which in turn introduce our Achievers to a wealth of workplace experience. Message from the Chair and President & CEO JA CanadaTM is an international member of JA Worldwide® and recognized globally as a leader in youth business and entrepreneurship education. allowing our lessons to adapt to the ever changing workplace and curriculum requirements. our national and local JA leadership and staff. Our youth are our richest resource and their potential is waiting to be discovered.deliveredbyqualifiedbusinessvolunteers. Junior Achievement reaches approximately 10 million youth in 120 countries each year.000 youth in Canada during the 2007/08 year. With our extensive national program reach in the classroom and connectivity to business. our 15. 2 . Junior Achievement plays a critical role in the creation of Canada’s future workforce by bridging the talent gap. Our newly launched ESIS: Economics for Success and Dollars with Sense programs offer modular formats with enhanced modality. In Canada. Chair.

JA Canada was presented with the JA Worldwide® Platinum Achievement Award. This prestigious global recognition was accepted by Ross Maund. the growing skills gap and future business leadership. 3 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . JA Worldwide recognizes our strategic direction and tactical implementation in aligning with the global vision. Congratulations to everyone involved in making this possible! Recognized for their generous support of Junior Achievement strategic initiatives. Platinum Achievement Award In July 2008. the Canadian Business Hall of Fame renewal and extended initiatives. Key factors in selecting JA Canada as this year’s recipient included. President & CEO of JA Canada for the outstanding achievements and strategic development of the national organization in Canada. JA Canada was applauded for the efforts of our leadership and staff in securing sustainability. In presenting this acclaim. unique market positioning and demonstrating impact in youth business and entrepreneurship education. productivity. The Platinum Achievement Award is shared with our volunteer Board and leadership staff across Canada. JA Canada was celebrated for advancing the mission of Junior Achievement by facing the issues related to youth workforce readiness. In addition. Power Corporation also supports national operational growth and sustainability. progress on initiatives such as the JA Worldwide Vision Alignment implementation in Canada. JA Canada Program renewal. and building financial stability and a strong strategic direction for JA in Canada.

Our nation’s youth need mentors and role models. mentorship and investment. The legacy we leave is only as strong as those we leave it with. success is sure to follow. Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts JA Show Me the Way! video..jacan. committed to doing whatever it takes to deliver a premium experience. Get involved.org 4 .. When you have a dedicated group of people with a customer focus.org “Strong leaders aren’t born everyday – they’re made – they can be nurtured through the right education programs. Ensuring we have a workforce prepared for the challenges of this expanding marketplace will ensure our prosperity. Cohon Founder.” Isadore Sharp Founder..” George A. See it online at www. Bridging the Leadership Gap “Our business is global and Canada’s economy is becoming more global every day.jacan. See it online at www. The secret to building a successful enterprise is all about people. We have to get a focus on business back into the classroom.. McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada JA Show Me the Way! video.

Tia (Bhakti) Parekh Entrepreneurship Institute Scholarship JA Central Ontario for Entrepreneurship Sponsored by: Richard Ivey School of Business Entrepreneurship Institute The Company of the Year Award Enjeaux Sponsored by: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce JA/JE Québec Honda Canada Foundation Environmental Award Allez Vert for the Company Program JA Central Ontario Sponsored by: Honda Canada Foundation Eco Friend JA Nova Scotia Green Ambition JA Newfoundland & Labrador 5 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . Junior Achievement awards more than $50. Deloitte Inspiration Awards Alexandre Leger Evan MacLean Sponsored by: Deloitte JA/JE Québec JA Nova Scotia Alana Podreciks Faruq Pradhan JA Central Ontario JA Southern Alberta Peter Mansbridge Youth Leadership Award Priscilla Tang Sponsored by: Mr. Congratulations to this year’s outstanding recipients.000 annually in cash and professional development awards and scholarships to students from across Canada.National Awards and Scholarships In addition to local and regional awards and scholarships. Lorraine Beech (in memory of Al Beech) JA Manitoba Evelyn Ruskin JA Corporate Awareness Scholarship Frederick Laliberte Sponsored by: The Hunter Family (in memory of Evelyn Ruskin) JA/JE Québec The Richard Ivey School of Business. Peter Mansbridge JA London & District Kids Help Phone Foundation Scholarship Danielle Bouchard Sponsored by: Kids Help Phone Foundation JA Nova Scotia TD Canada Trust Fund Scholarship Jennifer Lamb Sponsored by: TD Canada Trust Fund JA Manitoba Seymour Schulich Awards for Entrepreneurship Thomas Annear & the Nigel Martin Memorial Award JA Prince Edward Island Sponsored by: Mr. Seymour Schulich Emily Bartlett JA Nova Scotia Amy Donovan Erin Flower JA Nova Scotia JA New Brunswick Louis-Antoine Mullie Faruq Pradhan JA/JE Québec JA Southern Alberta Most Valuable Achiever Scholarship Evan Morgan Sponsored by: C.

JA CanadaTM has implemented a new Volunteer Screening Protocol with the release of a “how to” manual. performance and excellence that make JA the organization of choice for volunteers looking to make a meaningful and fulfilling investment in our youth. The development of the protocol and procedural manual was generously supported and funded by TD Bank Financial Group. This was a collaborative initiative with a group of eleven local JA office representatives and experts from industry. this new protocol creates standards of conduct. JA ensures our youth. our brand and the organizations and individuals involved in delivering programs are safeguarded from risk. 6 . As a leader in volunteerism. Beyond being strictly a preventative measure. performance and excellence. Recognized as an organization dedicated to volunteerism and the development of youth. Volunteer Screening Protocol New protocol creates standards of conduct.

7 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . Volunteers: Our Mentors Elementary 15.000 JA volunteers in communities across Canada who inspire youth about business and entrepreneurship. Thank you to the over 14. creating lives that enrich us all.000 classroom instructional hours Middle 94.000 classroom instructional hours mentorship and leadership to students in the classroom.000 classroom instructional hours Photo: Courtesy of JA Central Ontario Secondary JA programs are brought to life by industry volunteers who provide 74.

now a critical tool for assessing JA programs. governance. Under Lynne’s stewardship. Immediate Past Chair of the Junior Achievement of Canada Board of Directors is pleased to announce Lynne Clark as our 2007 recipient of the H. E. Miskiman Leadership Award Recipient Carey Drader. personal commitment. board development and complex rebuilding in the areas of structure. Lynne has contributed financially each year and has facilitated targeted donations to JA through the United Way and Deloitte. 8 . On a personal level. The Deloitte Inspiration Awards are a significant annual student recognition program and Lynne has stewarded these awards for many years. Lynne’s leadership in the creation of financial systems and processes resulted in improved financial operating results and accountabilities of the entire organization. These are only a few examples of why Lynne deserves to be recognized with this national Lynne Clark volunteer of the year award. Drader.” said Mr. H. E. “Lynne Clark has played a critical role in the development of the national Board of Directors and JA governance structures used across the country. This award recognizes and honours Junior Achievement volunteers from all sectors of our organization who advance the goals of Junior Achievement both locally and nationally. JA secured founding sponsorship for a new national Program Evaluation & Impact Assessment System. Miskiman Leadership Award. selfless giving of her time and resources over several decades make Lynne Clark a deserving recipient of the H. Senior Partner. Miskiman Leadership Award. Financial Services Deloitte & Touche LLP During Lynne’s tenure at Junior Achievement of Canada she has provided significant leadership in the renewal of the national organization including mentorship. finance and territory regionalization. most recently with a significant financial increase in the scholarship amounts.E. The dedication.

AchieveNet will also provide a platform that empowers teams to effectively collaborate on time-sensitive projects through the setup of ‘workspaces’ or ‘portals’ with shared documents. operating effectiveness and cross-functional communication among local JA offices and between national and regional operations. AchieveNet JA Canada is pleased to announce the creation of AchieveNet – a file sharing and collaboration system developed for JA in Canada based on the Microsoft SharePoint platform. This initiative is the first in a series of JA Improving our national infrastructure implementations resulting from the 2007 communication Microsoft Canada technology grant. Recognized for providing infrastructure and operational tools to enable the JA organization across Canada. will enable improved communications. to improve our communication effectiveness and efficiency. effectiveness AchieveNet is an exciting new venture. assets and discussions. This customized suite of tools and efficiency. 9 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 .

Recognized for their involvement. Tools  Our Country: Technology and Innovation  Our Business World*  A Business of Our Own Middle:  ESIS – Economics For Success*  Dollars with Sense* Secondary:  Company Program – A Student Venture*  JA Titan  GLOBE  Dream Big * Also delivered in French ESIS: Economics for Success is JA Canada’s largest delivered program reaching over 125. Jobs. educational programs for students.000 students across Canada. Recognized for providing infrastructure and communications support to enable the JA organization across Canada. The ESIS: Economics for Success and Dollars with Sense programs have been designed for middle school students and are facilitated by one or more volunteer business consultants in collaboration with the classroom teacher. support and contribution to the re-development and program delivery of ESIS: Economics for JA looks forward to achieving nation-wide recognition as “best in class” Success. This interactive program encourages middle school students to reflect on the advantages of remaining in school to acquire the knowledge. Programs: The Next Generation Elementary:  Our Community: Needs. attitudes and skills needed for long-term career success. 10 .

8% growth in program delivery 244. Student Workbook and Teacher/Volunteer guides for Dollars with Sense and ESIS: Economics for Success. New and relevant educational links.000 student instructional contact hours Dollars with Sense is an interactive program designed to encourage students to develop the financial literacy necessary to make informed decisions about their financial futures. support with JA Worldwide ® and local JA offices forms the beginning of a new and contribution to the re-development and generation of program renewal and development. The new program program delivery of Dollars with Sense. Programs: The Next Generation 6. format provides more flexibility for in-the-classroom delivery and offers core and extended lessons for full and half day programs.548. The implementation of resources for the French translation of the the renewed programs will take effect during September 2008. 11 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . in collaboration Recognized for their involvement.000 students reached 1. volunteer connections and computer simulations provide greater engagement of students and are only a few Recognized for providing the necessary of the exciting changes to the program format. The renewal of these two programs over the past year.

A new name and look for 2009’s international event was revealed and the delegates were left with one final mission… spread the word about next year’s conference: jaX ’09 Youth Leaders Exchange! 12 . in a team JA students from around the world gathered at John Abbott College in Ste-Anne de Bellevue. embarking on business their post-secondary ambitions with specific interest in business and challenges related careers. real-time The students who attend CANJAC are considered the best and brightest from across Canada and around the world. CANJAC ’07 CANJAC has become recognized globally by JA Worldwide ® as the premier international conference for Junior Achievement Youth. – Are You Ready? ” Participating Countries  British Virgin Islands  Northern Ireland  Canada  Norway  Cayman Islands  Sri Lanka  Hong Kong 2008 and Beyond In August 2008. The theme was: “Mission Responsible”. ages 14-19. University of Toronto – Mississauga hosted over 200 students from 12 countries. Quebec to face the challenge: “The Future is Now environment. This week-long learning experience brings students from around the world together with their peers and volunteer business To explore leaders to explore real-time business challenges in a team environment.

13 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . Photos: Courtesy of JA Southern Alberta Over the past two years. The development of an active and sustainable network will serve JA both locally and nationally. participation and in the community. with the generous support of Imperial Oil Foundation. Recognized for re-uniting Achievers in the design of a nationwide social entrepreneurship initiative. in programs. 2008/09 will be a turning point in the establishment of a JA community that engages senior and junior Achievers with a focus on social ventures and entrepreneurship as extensions of JA programs. we’ve made a series of investments to establish a mission- driven JA Alumni program in Canada. Alumni Association Focus on social ventures and entrepreneurship as extensions of JA programs. campaign and program modeling. More sessions are planned to gain an understanding of the elements upon which a successful and sustainable program could be built. This program will be further developed this year with Imperial Oil Foundation continued investment in life-stage research. Two Alumni reunion events and focus groups were held to unite senior and junior achievers in planning sessions.

Stikeman Elliott LLP Executive Directors Committee JA CanadaTM Canadian Securities Administrators 14 . Mount Royal College Neil Harrison Joe Mardini Scott McGeachy Dr. Brian McMillan Partner Vice President President President Deloitte & Touche LLP Sales Specialist Team. JA CanadaTM Board of Directors 2007/08 Brenda Brown Michel Bryan Valerie Campbell Lynne Clark VP Human Resources Managing Director Principal Senior Partner Compass Group Canada Region Head . Public Sector Executive Vice President (retired) Dean Central Sales Operations Global Technology Services TD Bank Financial Group Bissett School of Business Xerox Canada Limited IBM Canada Ltd. Holland College Bell Canada Louise Mitchell Jeffrey Singer Steve Wilson Ross Maund President Partner Former Chairman President & CEO RBC Insurance Services Inc.East Valerie Campbell Financial Services Marsh Canada Limited & Associates Deloitte & Touche LLP Jim Doherty Carey Drader Michael Foulkes Wendelin Fraser Vice President & General Manager Vice President. Enterprise Group McGeachy Farms 1997 Ltd.

With a focus on organizational Fame and the National Business Archives of performance. O. Shaw Thomas A. JA CanadaTM Foundation Board of Directors 2007/08 John Bragg. Avensys Inc. Chairman & CEO Chairman & CEO Senior Partner Counsel Oxford Frozen Foods Ltd. ACXSYS President & CEO Knightsbridge Human Equity Partners and Former Corporation Interim Board JA Canada Foundation Capital Solutions Deputy Chair of BMO Nesbitt Burns Chairman. Q. 15 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . As owner local JA operations and programs in the and operator of the Canadian Business Hall of classroom. C.M. Chairman Executive Vice President (retired) Former Executive Director & COO Chief Executive Officer Home Capital Group TD Bank Financial Group Ontario Securities Commission Stewart McKelvey David R. risk management and CanadaTM. Paul Charette Lynne Clark Purdy Crawford C.C.C. JA CanadaTM JA CanadaTM Foundation Board of Directors 2007/08 Board of Directors 2007/08 Members of the JA Canada Board of JA Canada Foundation Board members create Directors bring a national perspective to a legacy of leadership excellence. Bird Construction Company Financial Services Osler. Michael Foulkes Charles Macfarlane John Rogers. Hoskin & Harcourt LLP Deloitte & Touche LLP William Dimma.C. present and future of business participants in the success and growth of together to develop a skilled.Tutsch Jos Wintermans Ross Maund President & CEO Former CEO of BMO Nesbitt Burns Chairman. these individuals are active brings the past. innovative workforce. productive and the Junior Achievement mission. the stewardship of our Foundation sustainability.

Interactive Companion Portrait Gallery Recognized for supporting the renewal of the Canadian Business Hall of Fame. information and celebration with the mission Canada’s most to secure Canada’s economic prosperity and competitiveness in a distinguished global marketplace. Each year. as the host of the Interactive Gallery and the National Business Archives of CanadaTM. the lifetime With the inauguration of the Order of the Business Hall of Fame TM and achievements of the National Business Archives of CanadaTM the Hall is now a destination for business knowledge. The Canadian Business Hall of Fame Established in 1979 by JA Canada. we celebrate the lifetime achievements of Canada’s most distinguished business leaders who are now featured in an interactive portrait gallery on permanent display at Brookfield Place (Toronto. The annual Induction Ceremonies and Gala Dinner provides necessary financial support to advance the mission of Junior Celebrating Achievement in Canada. 16 . Ontario). business leaders. The Canadian Business Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding leaders for their contribution and the legacy they have created.

F.F. and there are many ways to get involved. and pursuant to the mission of Junior Achievement in Canada. This is truly an exciting time for the Canadian Business Hall of Fame. community and nation.B. The role of our inductees and that of the business community at large has never been more significant in ensuring we reach our potential.H. to recognize an entirely new group of exemplary leaders.H. In the inaugural year of the Order all current Hall of Fame inductees were recognized as Companions. Members will be appointed for their excellence in upholding the standards of practice and philosophies governing the Canadian Business Hall of Fame. In 2009. “The Canadian Business Hall of Fame has entered a new era.F. Frank McKenna Chancellor.B. B. The Order of the Business Hall of Fame honours the outstanding contributions of Canadian business leaders to the economic growth and development of the nation.Order of The Business Hall of FameTM In May 2008.H. JA Canada Foundation introduced the Order of the Business Hall of FameTM as Canada’s pre-eminent honours system for life achievements in business and service to Canada’s economy. bestowing the official post-nominal designation of C. ensuring that Junior Achievement remains part of the solution to bridging the talent gap by inspiring a productive and talented workforce. It is a tribute to the dedication of Canada’s business community. Order of the Business Hall of Fame Deputy Chair TD Bank Financial Group 17 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . the Order of the Business Hall of Fame will introduce the Member level.. provides role models to enterprising young Canadians for generations to come. This honour is symbolized by the Companion gold lapel pin and official post-nominal designation of C. and in doing so. Become a part of our mission today!” Mr.

C. William A. Laureate Selection Committee 2008 Mrs. Sonja Bata O. Claude Lamoureux Deputy Chair Former President & CEO TD Bank Financial Group Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Mr. David G. Carol Stephenson Dean Richard Ivey School of Business University of Western Ontario Ms. Former Chairman & CEO Fishery Products Award Design: Nathan Philips. Order of the Business Hall of Fame Mr. Chairman Canadian National Railway Company Mr. McLean O. Rusty Goepel President & CEO Vice Chairman JA Canada Foundation Raymond James Ltd. Ms. 18 International Limited Glass Artist. Ross Maund Mr. Alberta. Nancy Hughes-Anthony President & CEO Mr. Canada . EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Director Bata Limited Mr.Victor L.C. Peter Mansbridge Chief Correspondent CBC News Mr.C. Shaw President & CEO Mr. Knightsbridge Human Capital Chairman Solutions Home Capital Group Inc. Frank McKenna Canadian Bankers Association Chancellor. Dimma C. Knightsbridge Human Capital Solutions Ms. David R.Young O.M. Beverly Topping President & CEO Institute of Corporate Directors Mr.B. Mr. Courtney Pratt President & CEO Toronto Region Research Alliance Chairman.A.

John Robert McCaig C.B. James K..F. as reflected by their induction into the Canadian Business Hall of Fame.F.F. Irving Recognized as the exclusive managing O.A. or to the Canadian C..H. (Jack) Irving C. partner of the annual nominations and selection process.H.H. Arthur Irving O.H..B. C. Cleghorn O.B.C. 19 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . Cleghorn. John E. business community at large.F..M. 2008 Inductees. James K. from left to right: Serge Godin.F.B.C. (Jack) Irving. F..H.F.C.C. Serge Godin especially in service to the Canadian economy. C. Irving.H. John E. Arthur Irving. C.B.. Appointments of persons as Companions are made in recognition of their outstanding achievement and merit of the highest degree. C..M.B. Ann McCaig (accepting for the late John R. McCaig). 2008 Hall of Fame Inductees John E. John E.M. C. C.

Priscilla exemplifies well-rounded achievement. positive change. diversity and tolerance. Peter Mansbridge Award The Peter Mansbridge Youth Leadership Award is a $10. Ontario and Junior Achievement of London & District. She is a young entrepreneur. As the recipient of the Peter Mansbridge Youth Gala Dinner. In the Junior Achievement Company Program. Priscilla was chosen for her drive. 20 Award Design: Nathan Philips. Glass Artist. May 2008. This year’s recipient. Inspired by their participation in a JA program. Alberta. and motivation to create Priscilla Tang and Peter Mansbridge. Leadership Award. Priscilla dedicates herself to charitable and educational causes in the areas of children’s diseases. Priscilla Tang is from Milton. active in a number of small business ventures. passion. A recipient of the Halton Student of Excellence Award in 2008. Priscilla demonstrated leadership qualities and motivated both executives and peers in her company. Canada . this Achiever exemplifies the values and attributes of a successful business or community leader through personal contribution and involvement.000 post- secondary scholarship awarded to a Junior Achievement student in their final year of secondary school whose accomplishments have made an impact locally. we recognize Priscilla for her contributions to society and those around her. As a community leader.

we challenged Junior Achievement students with the following questions: Canadian youth are tomorrow’s workforce. ON Calgary.500 post-secondary scholarship. Each recipient is granted a $2. AB JA Central Ontario JA Southern Alberta Recognized as a premier national youth scholarship sponsor and JA contributor. an all-expenses paid trip to the Canadian Business Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies and a full day of professional development activities sponsored by Deloitte. Alexandre Leger Evan MacLean Montréal. PQ River Ryan. This year. 21 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . NS Jeunes Entreprises du Québec JA Nova Scotia Alana Podreciks Faruq Pradhan Mississauga. Deloitte Inspiration Award Recipients The Deloitte Inspiration Awards recognize outstanding presentations and inspirational essays on specific business topics. What skills and attitudes do you think students need to develop to be successful in the workplace? How is Junior Achievement helping you to build them? Our 2008 recipients demonstrated thoughtful perspectives on the issue and presented compelling solutions.

The BHF Summit 2008 identified solutions to “Managing Talent in a Global Business”. Ivey HBA students and Junior Achievement students in a facilitated workshop and case discussion where insights and recommendations were generated for our case sponsor Research in Motion. the Business Hall of Fame Institute invited Richard Ivey School of Business Advisory Board Members and senior executives to participate in a learning experience that united generations of leaders on a topic that addresses our competitiveness. Richard Ivey School of Business. Each year. The Institute operates the National Business Archives of CanadaTM and issues publications that provide practical solutions to emerging business challenges. Case Sponsor: In 2008. the Institute engages all levels of the workplace – from youth entering the workforce to Hall of Fame members who provide Presenting Sponsor: mentorship and counsel. Professor of International Business. ensuring Canada’s competitiveness in a global economy. 22 . The Business Hall of Fame Institute is poised to become Canada’s foremost business research. an organization on the leading-edge of rapid growth in a global marketplace. Business Hall of Fame Institute Paul Beamish. Event Sponsors: This event united Hall of Fame members. education and networking organization for topics related to our national prosperity and competitiveness.

created the Canadian economy. and realize what a great contribution business has made to the Canadian economy. information. they’ll realize that a lot of thought has gone into the history of Canadian business. And I think it’s a very important legacy for the future. knowledge and stories related to Canada’s business past. An interactive resource centre. (Toronto. Ontario) features historical information. with the unveiling of a historic timeline knowledge mural and a dynamic repository of records promoting how business has and stories.” David McLean Chairman Canadian National Railway (A Founding Member of the Archives project) 23 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . located at Brookfield Place. Founding Members: “I think when people see the archives and see the wall. The National Business Archives of CanadaTM celebrates the role of business in shaping our lives. National Business Archives of CanadaTM An interactive resource centre for historical Artist’s concept “Windows” installation. The archives are also a great importance to our future. where people will be able to stand and look at the wall.

.709 28.455. . .326 .629 2.625 . Statement of Operations and Changes in Fund Balances (For the year ended June 30.138 19. beginning 110.084 20.431 107. .304 452. 37. . 32.125 . 482.718 2.829.266) .718) .910 1. .241 200. .137 . .537 .537 68. 10. .625 999.160 These summarized financial statements include the records of Junior Achievement of Canada only.200 1.341 . .537 68.125 . . ending 375.390 National IT Support and Development 80.537 .912.492 1. 929. . 279.326 164.261 .568 Total Assets 688. .393 1.537 68. .838 367.241 200.455 24 .336. .246 .085 .889) (63.825 225.524 Operations 540. .942 279.810 Contests. .718 529.537 68.246 142.084 20. . 365. .768. 96. .534 40. 28. .537 68.205. 365.084 20. 10.776 1. 188. .200 1. 37. 20. .290. . .086 Inter-fund transfers.234.938 866. Awards and Scholarships .359.483 457.709 279.948 Charter Support and Development 213. .455 Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 688. .810 . 32.098 . and do not include activities of any JA Chartered Organization.942 279.000 68.709 .138 . Chartered Accountants.942 279.819 2.084 . .715 Development Grants .884 . 2008) Restricted and Special Operating Strategic Capital Operating Projects Reserve Reserve Asset Endowment Total Total Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund 2008 2007 Revenue Contributions 1.862 222. 2. The complete audited financial statements.304 452. 2008) Restricted and Special Operating Strategic Capital Operating Projects Reserve Reserve Asset Endowment Total Total Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund 2008 2007 Assets Current Assets 688.718 554.261 192.395.477) 225.084 . (10.709 279. .304 452. .160 Liabilities and Fund Balances Current Liabilities 313. . 1. 19. . .139 551.167 452.346 16.486 National Awareness and Communications 188. 19.709 279.290.084 20. . reported on by Grant Thornton LLP.172 Changes in Fund Balances Excess/-deficiency of revenues over expenses 494. 482.000 .568 279. - Fund balances.200 1.098 345. .788.705 Fund Balances 375.440 Contests.125) 10. 1. 20. Awards and Scholarships .537 .709 279.067 1. .776 1.788. .200 1.875 1. net (218.266 . .508 828. 213. .531 15.592 Capital assets .455 409.701 79. Balance Sheet and Statement of Operations Balance Sheet (As at June 30.831.234. .( 19.369 Fund balances. are available upon request.167 452.938 866.531 .975 473.541 Expenses Organization and Project Management 855. 392.395.200 1.042 55. - Capital assets purchased (11. 11.200 866.509 514.033 Program Development and Delivery .

• Haskayne. R. Mr. L. • TD Canada Trust • The University of Western Ontario • Peter Mansbridge Canadian Chamber of Commerce • Evelyn Ruskin • Richard Ivey School of Business 25 Annual Report 2007 • 2008 . V. • Sobeys • Stewart McKelvey • Suncor • Theratechnologies • Towers Perrin • TransCanada Whitecastle Investments • Wilfred Laurier University Supporters Acadia University • ACE INA • Bombardier • Borst. W. Hoskin & Harcourt • Oxford Frozen Foods Procter & Gamble • RIM • Rotman Foundation • Saputo • Shaw Communications • Shoppers Drug Mart Slade. C. Sonja Bata are renowned for their involvement and support of Junior Achievement in Canada and abroad. 225 The following organizations and individuals create financial sustainability for Junior Achievement by investing in national strategic initiatives and program delivery. Most recently. entrepreneurship and economic development – Thomas J.L. • Stikeman Elliott • Swift Radius • Tutsch. • Deloitte & Touche Foundation Canada • Honda Canada Foundation • Hunter Family Kids Help Phone Foundation • Schulich. Bata along with Mrs. In Memoriam Donations may be made to a permanent memorial fund in his name – Thomas J. • United Way Wrigley Canada • Zurich Insurance Gift-in-Kind Air Canada • Cygnal Technologies• IBM • Microsoft • Pyramid Productions • The Printing House Scholarships Beech. • CAI Caisse du Depot • Campbell. Bata the Thomas Bata JA Memorial Fund. M. We are grateful for their continued involvement and commitment to advancing the JA mission. L. T.2008 Claudia Bishop. Junior Achievement of Canada. L. V. A.W. G. • Liberty Mutual Liebherr • Macfarlane. C. National Contributors JA CanadaTM honours the memory and legacy of an inspiring advocate for youth education. • Cormark • CP • Cygnal Technologies • Davis + Henderson • Dominion of Canada Fasken Martineau DuMoulin • Gendis • Great West Life • Holland College • HSBC • HKMB HUB International IBM • Jetport • John Deere Foundation of Canada • John Dobson Foundation • KPMG • Lombard Canada Manulife Financial • McCain Foods • Molson Coors • MTS Allstream • National Bank Province of New Brunswick • Onex • Osler. • Canadian Institute Accountants Association • Cara Foods • Conway Davis Gryski Coril Holdings • Crawford. philanthropist and mentor. • Kellogg-Schulich EMBA-Class KS05 • Lehman Bros. • Bradley. S. C. • Mother Parker’s MRSB Chartered Accountants • Omnipire • Petro-Canada • PriceWaterhouseCoopers • Rio Tinto Alcan Royal Society of Canada • Saint-Pierre. S. Thomas was recognized for his life achievements as an Inductee into the Canadian Business Hall of Fame in 1991. Irving • Maund. • Compass Group • EnCana Honda Canada Foundation • Scotiabank • Telus • Trimac • Xerox Canada Investors (10K) Acklands-Grainger • Alcan • Assumption Life • Assurant • Barrick Gold Corporation Bata • Belden • Blake. J. B. • Hewlett-Packard Hood Packaging • Imagico • Insurance Institute • Kaminski. R. Cassels & Graydon • Cadbury Adams • Cadillac Fairview • CAE • Canwest • Cisco Clairvest • Cleghorn. Bickle Foundation Emera • Feeney. • Davies Ward • Dimma. • Mitchell. • Brown. Mentors (100K +) Brookfield Properties • Chrysler Financial Canada • CN • Deloitte & Touche Imperial Oil Foundation • Knightsbridge • Power Corporation • RBC • RBC Foundation TD Bank Financial Group Role Models (50K) BMO Financial Group • CGI Group • Irving Oil • J. Please contact: 1914 . Advocates (25K) Air Canada • Cameco • CIBC • Clark. & P. • Ganong • GE • GenRe • Harris Rebar • Harrison. • Magellan Aerospace • Maple Leaf Foods • Mariano Elia Foundation • Marsh Canada McCarthy Tetrault • McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada • McGeachy. D. N. Tel: (416) 622-4602 ext. A consummate business man. G. he was given Companion honours with the Order of the Business Hall of Fame. Bata. • Dynamic Fund Foundation • E. • Bryan. • Drader. G. N. P.

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