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NOVEMBER 26-28, 2018 - OTTAWA

Join us for a conference like no other – bringing together leaders from the Canadian farmed seafood sector with federal government leaders for policy discussions and building awareness.

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Registration Closes: Wednesday, November 21, 2018.

All fees listed are in Canadian Funds and subject to 13% Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).

Fees

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION OPTIONS

Conference Pass (Members)
Includes: Policy Conference, Seafood Reception and AGM

$300.00

Conference Pass (Non-Members)
Includes: Policy Conference and Seafood Reception

$350.00

Conference Pass (Student*)
Includes: Policy Conference and Seafood Reception

$150.00

Day-Only Conference Pass (Non-Members)
Includes: Policy Conference

$250.00

Day-Only Conference Pass (Student*)
Includes: Policy Conference

$75.00

*Students must have student ID valid as of November 2018

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LINEUP

SPEAKERS

The Conference lineup will feature influential experts in the areas of aquaculture innovation, marketing, international and policy developments. Register today to spend the day immersed in inspiration, learning from a diverse group of renowned thought leaders. See the Preliminary Program

Details on the Conference program, sessions and speakers are being confirmed. Please check back often for updates.

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We have the help and support of some incredible companies, groups, and organizations. A huge thank you goes out to those who believe in this Conference and in the development of a sustainable Canadian aquaculture sector.

SPONSORS & PARTNERS

THANK YOU

Interested in supporting the Farmed Seafood Policy Conference? See the Partnership Opportunities Brochure.

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 Primary Reception Sponsor

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 Luncheon Keynote Sponsor

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 National Youth Council Breakfast Sponsor

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 Lanyard Sponsor

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 Exhibitor Sponsor

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SCHEDULE

NOVEMBER
27-28

Join passionate leaders from across Canada’s seafood farming community for informative and inspiring talks – and great food too. Our program is designed to address the top-of-mind issues impacting the advancement and growth of this vibrant food-producing sector.  And it all goes down in Downtown Ottawa.
See the Preliminary Program

MONDAY

1:00 - 4:00p
Taking the CAIA beyond 2020: Strategic Plan Development* 220 Laurier Avenue West – Suite 570

5:00 - 7:00p
Icebreaker Reception (Optional) The Metcalfe Hotel: Foyer

TUESDAY

7:00a
REGISTRATION

7:30a – 4:30p
FARMED SEAFOOD POLICY CONFERENCE National Arts Centre - North Room

  • 7:30 Meet the National Youth Council Breakfast

  • 8:30 Opening Address

4:30 – 5:30p
NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL TRAINING** National Arts Centre - North Room

6:00 - 9:00p
TABLED IN THE HOUSE!
A Taste of Canadian Farmed Seafood Reception Sir John A. Macdonald Building, Room 200

WEDNESDAY

8:00a – 12:00p
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING* National Arts Centre - Lantern Room

*CAIA Members Only

**Youth Council Only

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CANADIAN FARMED
SEAFOOD

RECEPTION

The seafood event on the Hill. The annual 'Tabled in the House' Reception is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to explore the finest, fresh, farmed Canadian seafood.

  Anna Ludlow  Live entertainment during the Reception will be provided by Anna Ludlow. A native of Nova Scotia, Anna Ludlow has played her fiddle to captivated audiences throughout North America and Europe for over twenty years. Influenced by her working-class Celtic ancestry, Anna fuses the traditional Cape Breton music of the Scottish  Gàidhealtachd  with a modern percussive vibe.

Anna Ludlow
Live entertainment during the Reception will be provided by Anna Ludlow. A native of Nova Scotia, Anna Ludlow has played her fiddle to captivated audiences throughout North America and Europe for over twenty years. Influenced by her working-class Celtic ancestry, Anna fuses the traditional Cape Breton music of the Scottish Gàidhealtachd with a modern percussive vibe.

Special thank you to our reception co-hosts: 

  • Karen Ludwig, MP, New Brunswick Southwest

  • Todd Doherty, MP, Cariboo—Prince George (British Columbia)

Join us in celebrating the diversity, quality and freshness of Canadian farmed seafood.

Chef Kenton Leier, Executive Chef of the National Arts Centre, will create succulent seafood specialties for the reception. Slurp and compare East and West Coast oysters and choose from a selection of delicacies artfully prepared for you with salmon, mussels, trout, clams, and more all proudly farmed in Canada.

With a harmonious blend of Beaux-Arts and Art Deco architecture and design, the Sir John A. Macdonald Building will provide the backdrop for Canada’s farmed seafood leaders to meet with Ottawa Policy Leaders at the best seafood reception in Ottawa.

DATE: Tuesday, November 27, 2018

TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 p

LOCATION: Sir John A. Macdonald Building, Room 200 144 Wellington Street

SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS:
All guests are required to pass through security scanning at the entrance of the Sir John A. Macdonald Building.

On entering the building, please identify yourself to security as a guest attending an event hosted by the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance. You will be required to produce a valid form of government issued photo identification (e.g., a valid driver's license, military ID, passport, etc.). Bags and other items will be inspected by Parliamentary security.

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Join your peers, suppliers, policy makers and regulators in Ottawa. The Conference venue and hotel is centrally located, close to Parliament Hill, the canal and ByWard Market. Register today.

LOCATION

DOWNTOWN
OTTAWA

VENUE

Conference & Annual General Meeting
National Arts Centre
1 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON  K1P 5W1

Canadian Farmed Seafood Reception
Sir John A. Macdonald Building, Room 200
144 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5T3

CONFERENCE HOTEL

The block of rooms at Metcalfe Hotel is fully booked. A small, secondary block is now available at Nototel Ottawa:

Novotel Ottawa
Rate: $194/night 1-855-677-3033 Request CAIA block or quote booking code: 703952

33 Nicholas Street
Ottawa, ON  K1N 9M7
www.novotelottawa.com