Next Luncheon: Thursday May 25, 2017 – Steve Paikin, Author of “Bill Davis: Nation Builder and Not So Bland After All”

Steve Paikin is the host of TVO’s flagship current affairs program, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, the gold standard for depth of analysis and thoughtful debate in Canadian media. In more than 30 years in the business, Steve has built a sterling reputation as an eminently fair journalist who has moderated federal and Ontario election debates. Earlier in his career, Steve worked at CBC News as an anchor and correspondent, a reporter for the Hamilton Spectator and CHFI radio, as well as radio and television stations in Boston. Steve has authored seven books including his latest, "Bill Davis: Nation Builder, and Not So Bland After All", has produced several feature-length documentaries, and reported from two different war zones.

In October 2013, Steve became an educational ambassador beginning a five- year term as Chancellor of Laurentian University in Sudbury, where he received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters.  Steve also has honorary degrees from Victoria University at the University of Toronto, McMaster University in Hamilton, and an honorary diploma from Humber College.  In December of 2013, Steve was made an Officer of the Order of Canada for his contributions as a journalist who engages, informs and educates viewers on a broad range of public policy issues, and was invested into the Order of Ontario in 2014.

Steve was born in Hamilton, Ontario and lives in Toronto.

Steve Paikin will help present the 38th annual Confederation Club Student History Awards to the top high school history students in Waterloo Region.

Luncheon Date: Thursday May 25, 2017

Registration: 11:30a.m. to 12noon

Luncheon: 12noon to 1:30p.m.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, 105 King Street East, at Benton Street, Kitchener, ON

To reserve a seat, call Jamie Hill @519-747-3014 or Email:

Reserve your tickets by noon Monday May 22, 2017

Members $30/NonMembers $45

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