Tag Archives: Schulich School of Business

Schulich names new Graduate Study & Research Building in honour of entrepreneurs Rob and Cheryl McEwen

Rob and Cheryl McEwen’s $8-million donation to the Leading Change campaign one of largest gifts received by the Schulich School of Business TORONTO – Monday, September 18, 2017 – The Schulich School of Business at York University is proud to announce that its new Graduate Study & Research Building will be named in honour of […]

Governments partner with York U to invest $113 million in research and learning

Major upgrades and additions to vital labs, teaching facilities and services TORONTO, February 17, 2017 – An infusion of $113 million from the Governments of Canada and Ontario, and York University, will modernize labs in the Faculties of Science and Health, create a new building for the Schulich School of Business, and boost energy-efficient cooling […]

MEDIA ADVISORY: York U expert available to comment on the impact of the MLS Cup in Canada

  TORONTO, December 7, 2016 – It took just three minutes for the MLS Cup between Toronto FC and the Seattle Sounders set for BMO field this weekend in Toronto to sell-out its capacity of 36,000 seats. This feat continues the momentum around soccer fever engulfing Canada with Toronto hosting MLS cup and vying to become […]

York U experts available to comment on CETA

TORONTO, October 31, 2016 – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has signed the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with the European Union yesterday, October 30, in favour of free trade between Canada and the EU. York University experts in international trade and related topics are available to comment on the new trade deal with the […]

York U expert available to comment on U.S. election impact on trade in Canada, NAFTA, TPP

TORONTO, October 26, 2016 – With less than two weeks to the U.S. election, the race continues to be tight. The candidates differ on NAFTA, TPP and other international trade issues. Protectionism continues to be a key theme in the U.S. election campaign but how will this impact Canada’s economy? Bernie Wolf, Professor Emeritus of […]

York U expert available to comment on Davos principles, influence on consumers

TORONTO, January 20, 2015 — The World Economic Forum has kicked off at Davos, Switzerland with leaders around the world converging to discuss on key topics including turbulent financial markets, plummeting oil prices and slowdown in world economies. York U Professor Markus Giesler in the Schulich School of Business is available to comment on whether […]