You don’t get to see oilmen in the East all that often. They must, of course, visit their bankers and do the rounds in Ottawa, but they tend not to show themselves to the public.
That’s why it was a nice to see Mark Little, chief executive of Suncor Energy Inc., one of the country’s biggest companies, on stage at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s economic summit in Toronto on Jan. 30.
It was fun watching Little put his peers in the Canadian establishment on the spot. He shook up his panel on competitiveness by blaming the country’s chronically weak productivity on something other than the policies of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, corporate Canada’s preferred whipping boy.
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