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Evening February 20th
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m Registration and Reception – Blue Room

February 21st
7:30 a.m. Registration, Coffee and Continental Breakfast - Library
9:00 a.m. Roundtable Opening Introduction – Blue Room Gateways, Corridors and Development
David Gillen, Centre for Transportation Studies, Sauder School of Business, UBC
The Status of Canada's Asia Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative
John Higginbotham, Principal Advisor, Asia-Pacific Gateway Initiative, Transport Canada
Pacific CrossRoads
Barry Prentice, University of Manitoba - Graham Parsons, Organisation for Western Economic Cooperation
9:45 a.m. Asia Pacific Gateways, Continental Transportation in the Great Plains
Session Chair: Ruth Sol, President, WESTAC
Western Transportation Advisory Council
Gateways, Corridors and Global Freight Distribution: TransPacific Issues
Jean Paul Rodrigue, Hofstra University, New York Discussant: Ben Cecil, Department of Geography, University of Regina
10:45 a.m. Coffee Break Networking - Library
11:00 a.m Asia Pacific Gateways, Continental Transportation in the Great Plains (Continued)
Some U.S. Experience with Trade Corridors

Andy Goetz, University of Denver
Discussant: Al Scholz, Saskatchewan Agrivision Corporation Inc.
Noon: Lunch Oak Room
Luncheon Speaker: Wayne Clifton, President, Clifton Associates Ltd.
1:30 p.m. Issues in the Development of Gateways & Corridors New Worlds of Continental Transportation - Blue Room
Session Chair: Cliff Mackay, President and CEO, The Railway Association of Canada
Experiences Shipping into Asia and North America through Pacific Rim Gateways and Corridors
Scott Rudderham, Vice President Operations, Canpotex Ltd.
Discussant: Robert Anderson, Professor of Business Administration, University of Regina.
Approaches to Capturing Gateway Corridors
Clare Kirkland, Vice President, Regina Regional Development Authority
Discussant CM (Red) Williams, Professor Emeritus, College of Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan
Agricultural Supply Chains Moving through the Asia Pacific Gateways & North American Corridors
Sylvain Charlebois, School of Business, University of Regina
Discussant: Douglas Campbell,Cambell AgriBusiness Strategies Inc.
3:00 p.m. Coffee Break Networking - Library
3:30 p.m. National Transport Policy in an era of Continental Movement
Chair Roger Gibbins, President, Canada West Foundation Strategic options in Canadian Transport Policy
Peter Phillips, University of Saskatchewan Discussants: Harvey Brooks, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Government of Saskatchewan
John Law, Deputy Minister of Highways and Transportation, Government of Saskatchewan
5:00 p.m Closing Roundtable Remarks – Blue Room
The Gateway & Corridor Research Consortium
David Gillen
Graham Parsons
5:30 p.m. Roundtable Closes
6:30 p.m. Dinner – Oak Room
Dinner Speaker: Dale Botting, President and CEO, Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership


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