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CABS PROGRAM Monday, September 15, 2014 09:00 - 17:00 09:00 - 17:00 12:00 - 17:00

Summit is Open / B2B Center is Open Registration EXPO is Open

13:30 - 13:40

WELCOME & DAILY AGENDA OVERVIEW Mr. Nola Kianza, Founder & Director of Canadian Council on Africa and Mr. Jean Gauthier, President & CEO, Canadian Council on Africa

Canadian Room

13:40 - 17:40

FOCUS COUNTRIES PRESENTATIONS: Cameroon and Ethiopia

Canadian Room

18:00 - 20:00

Welcoming Cocktail Address by partners

Canadian Foyer

Tuesday, September 16, 2014 07:30 - 17:00 08:00 - 17:00

Summit is Open / B2B Center is Open / Registration EXPO is Open

09:00 - 10:00

Welcoming Address • Welcoming remarks by the Canadian Council on Africa – Mr. Jean Gauthier, President & CEO, Canadian Council on Africa • Opening remarks by the Canadian Government – Ms. Lise Filiatrault, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister, Africa Branch Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada • Keynote Speakers – H.E. Louis Paul Motaze, Minister & General Secretary, Prime Minister Office, Cameroon • Hon. Kassa Tekleberhan, Speaker of the House of Federation, FDRE

10:00 - 10:20

Networking Break

10:30 - 12:15

LOOKING FORWARD Plenary Session I: The Rise of Africa Africa has emerged as the most exciting growth opportunity. Over the past ten years, six of the top ten fastest growing countries by GDP are African. This growth has been resilient, broad-based, beyond the traditional natural resource and fueled by a rising middle class. Where and can this be maintained?

Canadian Room

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Moderator: H.E. Mr. Perry Calderwood, Canadian High Commissioner to Nigeria Panelists: • H.E. Youssouf Ouedraogo, Special Advisor to the President, African Development Bank Group • Mr. Jamal Saghir, Senior Regional Advisor, Africa Region; The World Bank Group. • Mr. Bondoma Yokono Dieudonné, Directeur General de l’Économie, Ministere de L’Economie, Cameroun • Ms. Melissa Cook, Founder & Managing Director, African Sunrise Partners LLC 12:30 - 14:00

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Lunch Conference: Keynote Speaker – Ned Goodman, Sponsored by Barrick Gold • Introduction of the keynote speaker by the Hon. Don Oliver, Senator • Mr. Ned Goodman, Chairman, Dundee Corporation; and President & CEO, Goodman Merchant Capital

Ned Goodman is the founder of Dundee Corporation and one of Canada’s most successful investment counsellors. Dundee corporation is a highly regarded company in wealth management, resources, real estate and agriculture, with many projects in Africa. Among his many honours and affiliations, Mr. Goodman was recently named to the Board of Directors of Barrick Gold Corporation.

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CABS PROGRAM Tuesday, September 16, 2014 14:00 - 14:15

Networking Break

14:15 - 15:30

Canadian Room FINANCE Plenary Session II: Project Financing Bridging Africa’s financing gap in infrastructure and other sectors is as much about raising additional funds as improving the performance of institutions and the efficiency of existing resources. Investors have to take advantage of already existing unprecedented opportunities.

Moderator: Mr. Malcolm Gilroy, Chief Investment Officer of Vaud Africa Investment Fund (VAIF) Panelists: • H.E. Youssouf Ouedraogo, Special Advisor to the President, African Development Bank Group • Mr. Ned Goodman, Chairman, Dundee Corporation; and President & CEO, Goodman Merchant Capital • Mr. Ibrahima Kane, Executive Director (Agro-industry and Infrastructure), FONSIS • Mr. Kenroy Dowers, Managing Director, Atlas Mara • Mr. Remigius Nwachukwu, Manager, Business Development, West Africa, AFREXIMBANK • Mr. Bertrand Millot, President & CEO, Cordiant Capital 15:30 - 15:50

Networking Break

15:50 - 17:15

FINANCE Plenary Session III: Risk Management Successfully balancing opportunities and risks has always proven a challenge. How can public and private sectors collaborate in managing legal, financial, operational, technical, institutional and human capital risks?

Canadian Room

Moderator: Mr. Malcolm Gilroy, Chief Investment Officer of Vaud Africa Investment Fund (VAIF) Panelists: • Mr. Martin Zablocki, President & CEO, Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) • Mr. Edoh Kossi Amenounve, CEO, Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières (BRVM) • Mr. Fitsum Arega, Director General, FDRE, Federal Investment Commission, Ethiopia • Mr Mathieu Mandeng, General Manager, Standard Chartered Bank Cameroon and President of the Banking Association APECAM 19:30 - 22:30

Networking Dinner Keynote Speaker: Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, President & CEO, Ethiopian Airlines

Wednesday, September 17, 2014 07:30 - 17:00 08:00 - 17:00

Summit is Open / B2B Center is Open / Registration EXPO is Open

08:30 - 09:00

WELCOME & DAILY AGENDA OVERVIEW: Mr. Nola Kianza, Founder & Director of Canadian Council on Africa and Mr. Jean Gauthier, President & CEO, Canadian Council on Africa

Canadian Room

LOOKING FORWARD Africa: The New Investment Frontier Second day welcoming session and recapitulation of financing overview. Keynote Speaker: Mr. Zemedeneh Negatu, Managing Partner, Ethiopia and Head, Transaction Advisory Services (TAS), Ernst & Young

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CABS PROGRAM Wednesday, September 17, 2014 09:00 - 10:15

Canadian Room

ENERGY Canada’s Capability in Renewable Energy for the Sustainable development of Africa Africa’s energy demands impact on the search for and use of renewable energies. Taming energy serves national development by allowing projects to grow, creating jobs, generating income and providing environmentally sound benefits. How can the Canadian experience complement African renewable energy programs?

Ontario Room

INFRASTRUCTURE Logistics: From the coasts to inlands: Ports and railroads Ports are strategic for security, supply chain management and transport of goods. Transport networks using ports and railroads are integral to the supply chain and play an important role in the development of Africans regions far from but otherwise linked to ocean access.

Moderator: Ms. Anna DeNobile, Sales & Marketing Moderator: Ms. Patricia Malikail, Director General Manager: Projects, SDV Logistics (Pan Africa), Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada Panelists: • Mr. Aboubaker Omar Hadi, Chairman, Djibouti Panelists: Ports and Free Zones Authority • Mr. Benoit La Salle, President & CEO, Windiga • Mr. Sanjay Mittal, Principal Consultant, CPCS Energy • M. Emmanuel Etoundi Oyono, directeur général, • Mr. Peter Kieran, President & CEO, CPCS Port autonome de Doula, Cameroun • Mr. James Abiodun Olotu, Managing Director of • Mr. Econie Nijimbere, Burundi Federal Chamber Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) of Commerce and Industry • Mrs. Laura Dorling van der Oord, Advisor, Office of the Executive Director for Canada, World Bank 10:15 - 10:30

Networking Break

10:30 - 12:00

INFRASTRUCTURE Air Transportation: optimization and security Africa’s economic growth is linked to its dynamic air transport industry. It creates direct and indirect jobs, promotes flow of goods and people within and outside Africa. However, vital to its development and growth are air-safety. Can Canada’s experience be of assistance?

Canadian Room

Ontario Room

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT) Telecommunication and new technologies The world is heading towards knowledge-based economies and information-savvy societies. Africa’s sustained growth and competitiveness will require investments in new technologies and innovations applicable to daily economic activities.

Moderator: Mr. Peter Kieran, President & CEO, CPCS Moderator: Mr Lucien Bradet, former President & CEO, Canadian Council on Africa Panelists: • Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, President & CEO, Panelists: Ethiopian Airlines • Mr. David Baron, President and CEO of Cowater • Mr. Racine Mayoro, President Director, Air International Inc., Chairman of the Board for both Senegal CRC Sogema and Sogema Technologies Inc • Mr. Sameer Adam, Director, Sales, Bombardier • Mr. David Nkoto Emane, General Manager, • Mr. Pierre Tankam, General Manager, Cameroon Cameroon Telecommunications. Civil Aviation Authority • Mr. Nicolas Fortin, Business Development Manager, Emergensys 12:30 - 14:00

LUNCHEON: Keynote Speaker – Mr. Jamal Saghir Introduction of the keynote speaker by Mr. Alister Smith, Executive Director for Canada, Ireland and the Caribbean at The World Bank Mr. Jamal Saghir, Senior Regional Advisor, Africa Region, The World Bank Group. Continued ->

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CABS PROGRAM Wednesday, September 17, 2014 12:30 - 14:00

Canadian Room

LUNCHEON: Keynote Speaker – Mr. Jamal Saghir Jamal Saghir is, since July 2014, Senior Regional Advisor in the Office of the Vice President of the Africa Region. He plays a key role in: fostering work across Global Practices, countries and institutions at the regional level focusing on energy, mining and extractive Industries, infrastructure, agriculture and climate changes. Vote of thanks of the Keynote Speaker by Mr. Wale Tinubu, President & CEO, OANDO Plc

14:15 - 15:30

Canadian Room

FINANCES PLENARY IV: Public-Private Partnership for a win-win situation Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) have emerged as a way to foster development, for both political and budgetary reasons. The limited volume of public resources available for highly needed infrastructures, combined with the need for better services are increasingly leading governments to adopt this approach. What can Canada offers? Moderator: Mr. Malcolm Gilroy, Chief Investment Officer of Vaud Africa Investment Fund (VAIF) Panelists: • Mr. Mark Romoff, President & CEO, Canadian PPP Council • Dr. Maria Luisa Abrantes, Secretary of State and CEO of the National Private Investment Agency, Angola • Mr. Zemedeneh Negatu, Managing Partner, Ethiopia and Head, Transaction Advisory Services (TAS), Ernst & Young • Mr Justin Ntsama, President, CARPA Group (Cameroon) • Mr. Beyene G Meskel, Director General, Public Enterprise Supervision and Privatization Agency, Ethiopia • Mr. Thomas Barlow, Partner, Fasken Martineau

15:30 - 15:50

Networking Break

15:50 - 17:30

NATURAL RESOURCES (Oil and Gas) Maximizing the national benefits of another extractive sector Africa sees new oil and gas producing countries emerging alongside Nigeria, Libya, Algeria, and South Sudan powerhouses. Africa will soon have Equatorial Guinea, Congo (Brazzaville), Gabon, Chad, Egypt, Tunisia, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and Mauritania as new oil producing countries. Can oil “quick” money still be a driver for development?

Canadian Room

Moderator: Mr. McCarthy Tetrault

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Panelist: • Mr. Jubril Adewale Tinubu, President & CEO, OANDO Plc • Mr. Ed Mills, President & CEO, Blaze Energy • Mr. Stephen Shefsky, President and CEO, James Bay Resources

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EDUCATION Maximizing the use and skills of the local African workforce Providing education and training services that lead to rewarding employment for Africa’s ever-growing 200 million youth population aged 15-25 challenges governments. Can models be adapted to benefit Africa’s youth? Moderator: Ms. Marie-Josée Fortin, Director International Partnerships, Colleges and Institutes Canada Panelists: • Dr. David Wheeler, President & Vice-Chancellor, Cape Breton University • Mr. Thierry Zomahoun, DG, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences • Mary Beth Denholme, Senior Training Manager from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) • Mr. Fernando dos Santos, Director General, African Regional Intellectual Property Organization • Mr. Amadou Daffe, Co-founder, Coders4Africa • Mr. Basile Kouamen, Manager, Formerly with Nestlé • Mr. André Fotso, President GICAM, Cameroon

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CABS PROGRAM Thursday, September 18, 2014 07:30 - 17:00 08:00 - 17:00

Summit is Open / B2B Center is Open / Registration EXPO is Open

08:45 - 09:00

WELCOME & DAILY AGENDA OVERVIEW: Mr. Nola Kianza, Founder & Director of Canadian Council on Africa and Mr. Jean Gauthier, President & CEO, Canadian Council on Africa

09:00 - 10:30

Canadian Room LOOKING FORWARD PLENARY V: Transparency for a positive developed Africa As African democracies continue to strengthen, transparency becomes an imperative that goes beyond the traditional public financial management and budgetary processes. It covers all aspects and sectors of the economy and citizens want to have their say. How is transparency affecting the business community and economic environment? t?

Canadian Room

Moderator: Mr. David Baron, President and CEO of Cowater International Inc., Chairman of the Board for CRC Sogema and Sogema Technologies Inc Panelists • Hon. Kassa Tekleberhan, Speaker of the House of Federation, FDRE • Ms. Huguette Labelle, Chair of the Board of Directors, Transparency International • Mr. Jubril Adewale Tinubu, President & CEO, OANDO Plc • Mme Ondigui Agnès Solange, Ministry of Finances (Cameroon) • Mr. Mark Sitter, Director, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Sherritt International Corporation 10:30 - 10:50

Networking break

11:00 - 12:30

AGRICULTURE Agriculture and rural development African leaders have recognized that Africa’s development depend on its agriculture. Sound management of land and water resources directly affects its development. Other measures can jumpstart African agriculture development and reduces its costs.

Canadian Room

Moderator: Mr. Lucien Bradet, former President & CEO, Canadian Council on Africa

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NATURAL RESOURCES Maximizing the national benefits of the extractive sector Like the oil & gas sector, mining presents strong possibilities for Africa’s economic and social growth. Local populations want this wealth to increase revenues, promote development and reduce poverty. Can governments and/or corporations ensure that exploiting natural resources benefit all? Moderator: Mr. Pierre Boivin, Partner, McCarthy Tetrault

Panelists: • Mr. Sani Dangote, Vice-President, Dangote Panelists: Group • H.E. Tolossa Shagi, Minister of Mines, Ethiopia • Mr. Horst Hueniken, Vice President, Dundee • Mr. Calixtus Gentry Fuh, Secretary of State to Agricultural Corporation. the Minister of Mines, Cameroon • Mr. Shankar Devarajan, Founder and CEO Su • Mr. Jean Vavrek, Executive Director, Canadian Mitra Inc Institute of Mines • Mr. David Fulton, Head USA and Canada • Mr. Stephen Burega, President & CEO, Rakai relations, International Finance Corporation Resources • Mr. Christophe Eken, President Chamber of • Mr. Daye Kaba, Partner, Fasken Martineau Commerce, Cameroon Telecommunications • Mr. John Ffooks, Senior Partner, JWF Legal

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CABS PROGRAM Thursday, September 18, 2014 12:30 - 14:00

Canadian Room

LUNCHEON: Keynote Speaker – Hon. Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade Introduction of the keynote speaker by the Hon. Jean Charest, former Premier of Québec and Partner, McCarthy Tetrault Presentation by the Hon. Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, Canada

Minister Fast assumed responsibility for the Government of Canada’s Global Markets Action Plan, the most ambitious pro-trade and pro-investment plan in Canada’s history. The Plan focuses on Canada’s core strengths in priority markets through bold trade policy and vigorous trade promotion. 14:30 - 16:00

Canadian Room

LOOKING FORWARD Maximizing opportunities and successes for Canada-Africa relationships Africa is rising and moving forward. Canada has to get onboard, as its relations with Africa are too strong to let them wither. Are there unutilized or overlooked tools that would maximize these relations? Are there policies that would facilitate better business relations? Moderator: Mr. Benoit La Salle, Chairman of the Board of the Canadian Council on Africa Panelists: • H.E. Mme Marie-Rose Niziyimana, Minister of Trade, Industry, Posts and Tourism, Burundi • Mr. Pierre Alarie, Vice President Business Development, CCC • Mr. Todd Winterhalt, Group Vice President, International Business Development, Export Development Canada • H.E. Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana, Minister of Trade, Cameroon • Mr. Stephen Hayes, President & CEO, Corporate Council on Africa • Mr. Fernando Matos Rosa, Secretary General, EBCAM • Mr. Brian Mitchell, Executive Director, TFOCanada

16:15 - 17:00

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ENERGY Hydroelectricity in Africa: an untapped Potential With thousands of miles of untapped waterways, Africa is poised for an explosive hydropower growth. Developing this resource can bring large returns. Should we aim for small hydropower projects or the mega ones such as the INGA project on the Congo River? Moderator: Mr. David Usher, Ambassador to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Panelists: • H.E. Atangana Kouna, Ministre camerounais de l’Eau et de l’Énergie • H.E. Alemayehu Tegenu, Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Ethiopia • Mr. Mark Mandzik, Managing Director of Manitoba Hydro International • Mr. Hakan Gunay, Principal Consultant, CPCS • Mr. François Vézina, Vice President, Hydrosys

CLOSING SESSION Introduction of the keynote speaker by Mr. Pierre Boivin, Partner, McCarthy Tetrault

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Closing remarks • The Hon. Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie (TBC) Closing statement by CCAfrica • Mr. Benoit La Salle, Chairman of the Board of Canadian Council on Africa

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