McKinsey Canada

McKinsey in Canada

Our community of 200 generalist and specialist consultants and the professionals who support them across four locations—Toronto, Montréal, Calgary, and Vancouver—reflect the rich diversity of our country. We are dedicated to helping our clients make distinctive, lasting, and substantial improvements in their performance. We are Canadian organizations’ most trusted advisors on an array of topics. We conduct local and global research into management issues and influence debates on the most challenging issues faced by business and society.

We serve two-thirds of Canada’s top companies across all sectors, as well as major public sector institutions. In each location, we engage with leading civic and not-for-profit institutions to help support and sustain the communities in which we live and work. Many of our firm’s global and regional leaders are Canadian, linking the Canadian office closely to the broader firm and making it an exciting hub of innovation and thought leadership.


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  • across 3 Canadian locations

  • spoken by colleagues in Canada

Our people

  • Eric Lamarre

    Eric Lamarre

    Senior Partner

    Serves clients across industry sectors on issues related to strategy, large-scale productivity programs, and digital transformations.more

  • Pooneh Baghai

    Pooneh Baghai

    Senior Partner

    Works with global asset and wealth managers, banks, and insurers on strategic and operational challenges and organizational opportunitiesmore

  • greg kudar

    Greg Kudar

    Senior Partner

    Advises resource-based companies to help management teams make better portfolio choices and deliver on both capital and operating targetsmore

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Latest thinking

Tech North

Tech North: Building Canada’s first technology supercluster

November 2016—This report argues that a Canadian technology and innovation supercluster, anchored in municipalities within the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor, would spark innovation, attract talent and capital, and turbocharge economic growth. The supercluster would require extensive and symbiotic connectivity between companies, universities, research institutes, governments, service providers, entrepreneurs, and other associated institutions, but the potential payoff to Ontario and Canada could be substantial.more


Strengthening the partnership between Canada and Japan

March 2016—As Japan executes a new growth strategy and Canada builds its presence in Asia, there is a tremendous opportunity to increase economic activity between the two countries, particularly given the recently concluded Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. This report suggests ways business and government could work together to increase trade and investment.more

Youth in transition

Youth in transition: Bridging Canada’s path from education to employment

April 2015—This report explores Canada’s education-to-employment transition, how it differs from that of the rest of the world, and what the experience is like for Canada’s youth, businesses, and educational institutions.

report | McKinsey Global Institute

Reverse the curse: Maximizing the potential of resource-driven economies

December 2013—In 20 years, almost half of the world’s countries could depend on their resource endowments for growth. These economies have a huge opportunity to transform their prospects, and a new model could help governments capture the coming resource windfall instead of squandering it.more

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