Sue Gardner looks to the future of the net, and examines the implications for democracy, journalism, education, free speech, creativity, openness—and much more.
Canadians Connected 2016
CIRA’s symposium and annual general meeting, took place in Toronto at the Allstream Centre on Thursday, September 22nd.
Chief instigator of SteamLabs will discuss his work with and how the Community Investment Program recipient grant is helping non-technical teachers teach future innovators.
This event is available via webcast or in person at:
Allstream Centre, Room 206105 Princes’ Blvd.,
None. To ensure that everyone interested can attend the event, we have made it free of charge.
Registration closed at 8 p.m. ET, September 20, 2016.
In addition to an exciting lineup of industry-leading keynote speakers, CIRA presents its accomplishments from the past year, industry developments and statistics, future plans, audited financial statements and the auditor’s report to its membership. What’s in it for you:
- High profile Canadian speakers, including keynote speaker Sue Gardner, one of Forbes’ 100 Most Powerful Women in the World, former executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation and CBC’s website and online news outlets.
- Exclusive learning opportunities on key digital-related topics, an insider view of CIRA’s recent activities, and insight into the future of the Internet in Canada.
- A chance to shape your digital future online and contribute to building a better online Canada by getting involved in CIRA’s governance.
View the agenda for more details on what this event has to offer.
Pre-registration for the webcast was required by September 20, 2016 at 8 PM ET.
Webcast links and login information will be sent to registered participants the day before the event.
We are offering 100 CIRA Members free parking for this event. Parking passes will be sent via email the day before the event.
If you are not a Member you can still park in the East Underground Parking Lot at your own expense.
Guests can also take public transit to the venue.
Important to know…
As per the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act and CIRA’s By-law, in order to participate as a voting Member in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) either online or in-person, you must have been a CIRA Member at least 21 days prior to the AGM (specifically, by end of day September 1, 2016) and continue to be a Member at the start of the AGM.
Not a CIRA Member?
Apply online! To be eligible to vote in the AGM and board of directors election, we recommend you submit your membership application by August 22, 2016 to allow time for processing.