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Kevin Lynch

Kevin Lynch is vice chair, BMO Financial Group, and former Clerk of the Privy Council. This was originally published in the most recent issue of Policy magazine, edited by L. Ian MacDonald.

Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | January 15, 2024
The World Economic Forum's annual meeting takes place in Davos, Switzerland, from Jan. 15-19. Despite calls for boycotts, it will attract the global A-listers, making it much better for Canada to show up than tune out, write Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan. Photograph courtesy of Paul Kagame/Flickr
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | January 15, 2024
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | January 15, 2024
The World Economic Forum's annual meeting takes place in Davos, Switzerland, from Jan. 15-19. Despite calls for boycotts, it will attract the global A-listers, making it much better for Canada to show up than tune out, write Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan. Photograph courtesy of Paul Kagame/Flickr
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | October 5, 2023
Today, we are inflicted with another bout of economic nationalism. The current variant is reshaping policies in the world’s two major economic markets—the U.S. and China—and risks infecting the rest of us, write Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | October 5, 2023
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | October 5, 2023
Today, we are inflicted with another bout of economic nationalism. The current variant is reshaping policies in the world’s two major economic markets—the U.S. and China—and risks infecting the rest of us, write Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | November 21, 2022
U.S. President Joe Biden, who was largely written off in the recent U.S. midterm elections, was a clear winner with a Lazarus-style comeback. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Adam Schultz
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | November 21, 2022
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | November 21, 2022
U.S. President Joe Biden, who was largely written off in the recent U.S. midterm elections, was a clear winner with a Lazarus-style comeback. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Adam Schultz
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | March 31, 2021
Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan ask: can we reverse the brain drain to the South of graduates from our world-class universities in critical skill disciplines like software engineering and make it attractive for them to stay home with exciting opportunities? Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | March 31, 2021
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH, PAUL DEEGAN | March 31, 2021
Kevin Lynch and Paul Deegan ask: can we reverse the brain drain to the South of graduates from our world-class universities in critical skill disciplines like software engineering and make it attractive for them to stay home with exciting opportunities? Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH | April 17, 2017
Canada has considerable scope to provide policy leadership and to burnish the Canada brand. While Prime Minister Trudeau’s absence from Davos was a missed opportunity, given the dearth of Western political leaders, Davos 2018 will be focused on identifying solutions to the populist threat, writes Kevin Lynch. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH | April 17, 2017
Opinion | BY KEVIN LYNCH | April 17, 2017
Canada has considerable scope to provide policy leadership and to burnish the Canada brand. While Prime Minister Trudeau’s absence from Davos was a missed opportunity, given the dearth of Western political leaders, Davos 2018 will be focused on identifying solutions to the populist threat, writes Kevin Lynch. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright