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Book your congratulatory ad in the May 2010 issue of ACHIEVE magazine and associate your organization with business excellence. Your ad will be included in a commemorative feature that honours the Order of the Business Hall of Fame 2010 Class of Companions. ACHIEVE is published by the Canadian Business Hall of Fame, recognized as Canada's highest honour in business. Focused on forward thinking trends and practices this magazine offers an in-depth look at personal business styles and perspectives providing a unique access inside the minds and lives of Canada's most accomplished business leaders. As a Congratulatory Ad Sponsor, you pay tribute to the role models and mentors who motivate young entrepreneurs and future executives to achieve their dreams. Proceeds from all advertising support Junior Achievement (JA CanadaTM).

· Contribute to the memory of this once-ina-lifetime historical event for our Inductees · Recognize the life and career achievements of our Inductees with a congratulatory message · Position your brand among a captive audience of 1,200+ senior business executives and guests in attendance at the May 11, 2010 Gala Dinner Induction Ceremony and 2,000 prominent business leaders across Canada · Support JA Canada in providing financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness programs free-of-charge to over 210,000 youth in Canada.

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2010 Class of Companions at the Announcement Luncheon on November 17, 2009 (L-R): ANTHONY S. FELL O.C., RBC Capital Markets (retired); LYNTON R. (RED) WILSON O.C., CAE Inc., McMaster University; KENNETH C. ROWE C.M., I.M.P. Group International Inc.; PAUL M. TELLIER C.C. Corporate Director; JACQUES LAMARRE O.C., SNC-Lavalin Group (retired)

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Deloitte Inspiration Award 2009 Recipients

The Deloitte Inspiration Awards recognize outstanding written and oral communication skills of Achievers from The Company Program ­ A Student Venture. The challenge presented to Junior Achievement students this year was to address the following question in a video presentation: "Canadian youth are tomorrow's workforce. What skills and attitudes do you think students need to develop to be successful in the workplace? How is Junior Achievement helping you build them?" The 2009 recipients demonstrated thoughtful perspectives on the issue and spoke eloquently about the attributes required to succeed in the workforce. Each recipient is granted a $2,500 post-secondary scholarship, an all-expenses paid trip to the Gala Dinner Induction Ceremony and a full day of professional development activities sponsored by Deloitte.

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"If there's one thing we've learned, in dealing with families from across this country, it's the awesome power of the family to develop strong individuals and strong communities. Family is really the university of life." ­ Philippe and Nan-b

de Gaspé Beaubien

By 2003, Telemedia sold its media properties, but Nan-b stayed on as a director. Operation of the corporation was turned over to their three children, Philippe, Nanon and François. Today, Philippe and Nan-b continue their involvement with the Business Families Foundation, working closely with Canadian universities to create International Business Centers that will offer education and support to business family members. They also continue to support and be involved with Harvard Business School, maintaining a relationship that has endured for several decades. Throughout his career, Philippe has been distinguished with many honours, including the Order of Canada, the

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Canadian Centennial Medal, the Czechoslovak Gold Medal, the Canadian Broadcasters' Hall of Fame Award, as well as honorary doctorates from York University and L'École des Hautes Études Commerciales, and an Award of Merit from B'nai Brith Canada. Nan-b is a recipient of the Canadian Centennial Medal. She is a member of the Canadian Broadcasters' Hall of Fame, and founder of the Children's Broadcast Institute and the Canadian Association of Family Enterprise. Nan-b has also been a director on numerous boards, including the Harvard Business School Board Advocates, the Terry Fox Humanitarian Committee, and the National Centre for Management Research and Development.

Philippe de Gaspé Beaubien O.C., C.B.H.F. Co-Chair, de Gaspé Beaubien Family Foundation B. 1928 Montreal, Quebec

After spending almost three decades as entrepreneurs in the Canadian broadcasting industry, Nan-b and Philippe de Gaspé Beaubien turned their efforts to a cause very close to their hearts ­ families. In 1993, the husband and wife team launched the Business Families Foundation, an organization dedicated to addressing as a director Fraser Papers Inc. and Norbord the unique challenges of business Inc., allfamilies through parent company. affiliates of the support and education. In 1954, after earning the from the A highly respected member of a BAToronto University of Montreal and an MBA from community, Jack serves in a voluntary Harvard, Philippe began his illustrious capacity with a number of community marketing and management career. organizations. In recent years, he has By 1963, he had become Ontario donated generously to the Royalthe Director of Operations for the 1967 World Museum, Ryerson University's Invest in FuturesExhibition in the United(Expo and campaign, Montreal Way `67). St. Michael's Hospital Foundation. He has also been a Director of the C.D. Howe Institute, the Waterfront Toronto Corporation and Astral Media Inc. and Chairman of the Building Fundraising Committee for the A C H I E V E · M Ay 2 0 0 9 G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson.

Nan-b de Gaspé Beaubien C.B.H.F. Co-Chair, de Gaspé Beaubien Family Foundation B. 1935 Boston, Massachusetts

He then founded Telemedia Communications Inc. with Nan-b. Telemedia soon became one of Canada's leading media corporations with holdings in radio, television and magazine publishing. While Philippe acted as Chairman and CEO of the company, Nan-b served as Jack's involvement with Ryerson University Vice-President of Human Relations, began in 1995. He was a Governor of developing and implementing the the school until gave Telemedia its unique systems that 2001, and was then re-appointed to the Board in 2005. as culture and earned it recognition He served of the best Canadian companies one as Vice Chair from 2006 to 2007. to work for. Nan-b, a graduate of Smith Jack received an honorary Doctor In 2001, College who also completed of PhD course work at McGilland in 2004 Laws from York University University, he was also a keyan honorary Doctor ofof was awarded player in the launch Television Québec Ltée, a Telemedia Commerce from Ryerson University. Corporation.

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Jack Lynn Cockwell C.B.H.F. Group Chairman Brookfield Asset Management Inc. B. 1941 East London, South Africa

Jack Cockwell is the man largely credited with turning a small private investment firm into one of the world's largest conglomerates. More than 40 years later, Jack is still involved as group chairman of that company, now known as Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Jack arrived in Canada from a small coastal town in South Africa in 1966, beginning his career at an accounting firm in Montreal. Soon, he moved to Toronto to begin

working for the private family equity firm that would become Brascan Corporation. Under his leadership, Brascan experienced exponential growth and Jack earned a reputation as a master of finances and taxation. By the mid-1980s, he had helped Brascan gain stakes in more than 200 companies, including Noranda, Labatt, Royal LePage, London Life and MacMillan Bloedel. In 2005, after redirecting its focus to property, power and funds management, Brascan changed its name to Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Nowadays, Jack divides his time equally between business, community work and developing a conservation area north of Toronto. His current business endeavours include being a group chairman and director of Brookfield, as well

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Ryerson University congratulates

Jack cockwell

on his induction into the Canadian Business Hall of Fame

Jack Cockwell is a long time supporter and friend of Ryerson. A member of Ryerson's Board of Governors, he has made an invaluable contribution to the University through his commitment of time and overall leadership. Mr. Cockwell and his family have generously supported the University and last year Ryerson was honoured to name its School of Nursing after Mr. Cockwell's mother. The Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing has the distinction of being Canada's first university nursing school to be named for a nurse.

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