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Sir Graham Day

Inducted 1996

“From a small-town law office in Nova Scotia to the pressure-cooker boardrooms of London, England, where he was Margaret Thatcher’s “privatization ace,” lawyer and businessman Sir Graham Day has earned an international reputation as a tough-minded but charming negotiator.”
— Gordon Pitts (2017)

Biography

Well-known as a major force in guiding industries through significant change, Day was knighted in 1989 as a lasting testimony to the value of his work.

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Photo of Sir Graham Day at Dalhousie University

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Sir Graham Day named one of Canada's Top 25 Most Influential
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Businessman shares words of wisdom
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Alumni recognized as top business leaders by Junior Achievement
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A note from Sir Graham Day: Ten years, tremendous impact
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The Canadian Business Hall of Fame: Sir Graham Day
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Webpage citation

MLA 8TH EDITION

The Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame. (October 5, 2021). "Sir Graham Day". Nova Scotia Business Laureates Digital Archive, https://nslaureates.ca/laureates/sir-graham-day. (Accessed: 2022, September 28)

APA 6TH EDITION

The Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame. (2021, October 5). "Sir Graham Day". Nova Scotia Business Laureates Digital Archive. Retrieved from: https://nslaureates.ca/laureates/sir-graham-day.

CHICAGO 17TH EDITION

The Nova Scotia Business Hall of Fame, "Sir Graham Day", Nova Scotia Business Laureates Digital Archive, Last modified: October 5, 2021, (Accessed at: 2022, September 28), https://nslaureates.ca/laureates/sir-graham-day