Don Drummond, Economics Advisor at TD Financial and Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Queen’s University, received the 2010 David C. Smith Award for his contributions to the university sector on ...

Don Drummond at the 2010 David C. Smith Award Dinner

Published: October 21, 2010

Don Drummond, Economics Advisor at TD Financial and Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Queen’s University, received the 2010 David C. Smith Award for his contributions to the university sector on October 21, 2010 in Toronto, ON. Drummond address the opportunities and challenges before Ontario’s universities from the perspective of university presidents.

In this knowledge-based era, success will largely come down to the education sector. And a lot is being asked of it. — Don Drummond Economics Advisor at TD Financial

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