The Canadian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications (IIC Canada) is pleased to announce some of the dynamic roster of speakers to engage business and government leaders in broadcasting, media, telecommunications and technology on key issues affecting the future of the Canadian communications sector. Its 2023 Conference will take place May 15-16 at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
View the current program here.
Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, CRTC
Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Commissioner of Competition, Competition Bureau Canada
Author, Advisor, Speaker Specializing in Generative AI
Senior Vice-President, Strand Consult
Secretary-General, International Telecommunication Union
A panel on the NEW DEFINITION OF CANADIAN PROGRAM
A panel on BILL C-27 (UPDATING CANADA’S PRIVACY LEGISLATION)
A panel on BILL C-26 AND CYBERSECURITY
A panel on ONLINE SAFETY
A panel on COMPETITION ACT REFORM
A panel on SUSTAINABILITY AND CANADIAN COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY INITIATIVES
We hope you will join us in Ottawa and don’t forget registration must be completed in advance for this two-day event. To avoid our waiting list, click here to register online today.
Registrants and speakers are invited are invited to a reception hosted by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association. This reception forms part of the Conference and will take place from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 15 at the National Arts Centre (NAC). As well, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is hosting a reception for friends and colleagues after the Conference wraps up. While the latter is not an IIC Canada officially sanctioned event, it will take place from the end of the Conference currently anticipated around 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16 at the NAC. All registrants and speakers, as well as others, are invited to the CAB reception.