November 19, 2018 – Belleville, ON – Canadian Rural Innovation Summit
The Rural Summit will showcase the Bay of Quinte Region as an innovation destination and leader in rural entrepreneurial growth. During the multi-day event, there will be a forum for policy discussions from municipal, provincial and federal government levels, which will help drive policy change around rural economies. Local businesses of all sizes and sectors will discuss the impact of policy change in a rural environment.
November 22, 2018 – Windsor, ON – CARA Ontario 2018
The CARA Ontario 2018 conference will be co-hosted by the University of Windsor and St Clair College, and located along on the beautiful waterfront of Windsor, on Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23, 2018.
This year's theme is Research Administration: Building Bridges. We will explore research partnerships, funding, pre-award, post-award, finance, and more! Our creative conference program is evolving, and already includes morning yoga and tai chi, and an “unconference” event with topics chosen by you and toasted with some of our region’s award-winning wines.
November 24, 2018 – Toronto, ON – Higher Education Summit : Empowering our Future
The Higher Education Summit is an annual event that explores the top issues affecting post-secondary education today. Highlights include featured talks from world-renowned leaders, educators, and networking opportunities at the most senior level. The 2018 conference, hosted by Colleges Ontario, will take place November 24 to 26 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.
November 29, 2018 – Mississauga, ON – Powering the Clean Economy: Leveraging 10 years of Sustainability Leadership for a Prosperous Tomorrow
This year marks Partners in Project Green’s 10-year anniversary: a decade of partnerships, collaboration, innovation and engagement with our community. Join us for this full-day conference and awards reception — the final event of our 2018 celebrations.
December 5, 2018 – Toronto, ON – FinTech Series: Keeping Up with Regulations
FinTech attracted $24B of global investment in 2015. That’s a 10- fold increase since 2011. It’s also a challenge to our competitive edge. If Toronto is to remain a fintech global champion, we need regulations that put us on even footing with global competitors. This expert panel will discuss current regulations here and abroad, and how a new Made in Canada regulatory environment can keep us ahead of the curve.