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IIC Canada Communications Law and Policy Conference
November 14-15, 2017
Shaw Centre, Ottawa, Ontario

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Registration is only available through an online form. By clicking the above button, you confirm that you have read and understand all the registration information and policies of the IIC Canada 2017 Conference.

QUESTIONS?
For assistance with registration for this event, contact the Conference Secretariat by email.

REGISTRATION FEE: $1,475 + $191.75 (13%) HST = $1,666.75
There is no single day registration option. Payment must be received in full prior to the conference. Full registration includes access to all plenary sessions, meals, refreshment breaks and social events that are part of the conference program. The registration fee does not include accommodations, non-program related meals, travel or any other expenses that may be incurred by delegates to participate in the conference.

CONFERENCE MATERIALS
On the opening day of the conference, attendees will receive a USB stick containing a copy of research papers on key legal and policy issues. In addition, attendees will receive the new 2017 editions of the Canadian Telecommunications Regulatory Handbook and the Canadian Broadcasting Regulatory Handbook, prepared by McCarthy Tétrault LLP.

ACCREDITATION

  • Law Society of Upper Canada: This program contains 3 Professionalism Hours, separate and apart from those that may be eligible for Substantive Hours.
  • Law Society of British Columbia: This program has been approved for 12 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours for the conference.
  • Law Society of New Brunswick: This program has been approved for 11.5 CPD hours for the conference.
  • The Barreau du Québec recognizes training activities held outside of the province so long as the activities have been approved by another provincial law society.
  • Law Society of Alberta: For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta


Terms and Conditions of Registration

By registering for and/or attending the IIC Canada 2017 Conference, all delegates agree to be bound by, and comply with, these Terms and Conditions. It is the delegate's responsibility to read and understand these Terms and Conditions.

A) Payment Terms and Acknowledgements

  1. Registrations may not be shared. As such, only the participant whose name appears on the registration form may pick up the badge on-site.

  1. The registration fee may be paid by credit card (VISA, MasterCard or American Express), or by cheque (payable to International Institute of Communications, Canadian Chapter). Registrations will not be confirmed until payment is received. All invoices must be paid in advance of the event. Payment in full must be made no later than November 13, 2017.

  1. The Conference Secretariat will send via email a confirmation of conference registration and acknowledgement of payment once full payment has been received and processed. Online registrations with credit card payments are processed and confirmed immediately by email.

B) Cancellation and Refund Policy

It is regrettable when delegates are unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances. Although we understand please note the following cancellation policy that helps us cover fixed costs due to non-attendance, regardless of circumstance (food and beverage orders, program printing and transaction costs associated with your registration cannot be altered and these are real costs for each registration).

  1. All registrations are considered binding on receipt of IIC Canada's form. Cancellations and substitutions must be submitted to the Conference Secretariat by email. Written confirmation by IIC Canada is required for finalization of arrangements.

  1. Cancellations are permitted until Monday, October 30, 2017, 11:59 pm (midnight) ET. Registrants will receive a refund on registration fees, less a $100 (plus 13% HST) administrative fee. Refunds will be made in the form that it was paid in registering (credit card refund or cheque).

  1. Registrants wishing to cancel after Monday, October 30, 2017, 11:59 pm (midnight) ET will not be eligible for any refund, but are encouraged to notify the Secretariat to allow us to free up space for other interested participants.

  1. Substitution for a registered delegate by a member from the same organization will be permitted until November 13, 2017, 11:59 pm (midnight) ET. Requests must be made in writing as above by the person registered and must include the co-worker's name and contact information.

  1. No refunds will be issued for registrations received after Monday, October 30, 2017. Should the registered delegate fail to provide notification in writing of any changes and not attend the event, there will be no refunds or transfers. Individuals who do not cancel their registration by the deadline will receive a preloaded USB stick and copies of the regulatory handbooks prepared by McCarthy Tétrault LLP (mailed shortly after the conference dates).

C) Consent to Record and Communicate

The Canadian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications ("IIC Canada") may sometimes film, televise, stream, photograph or otherwise record and communicate to others the contents of its events or authorize others to do so. By registering for this conference, you consent to being included in such recording and communication and grant IIC Canada permission (without payment or any other consideration) to archive, distribute, communicate and otherwise use the materials in any and all media or form of communication, whether now existing or hereafter developed, including on IIC Canada's website or on the website of anyone acting with IIC Canada's authority, all for the purpose of publicizing or communicating the content of IIC Canada annual conferences. If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact the Conference Secretariat by email.

D) Privacy Policy

Completion and submission of the registration form to the International Institute of Communications, Canadian Chapter provides your consent to IIC Canada and/or the Hillbrooke Group to collect your personal information associated with your registration in order to communicate with you, process your conference registration and make any arrangements with third party service providers pertaining to your participation at the conference (including the provision of this personal information necessary to complete your registration or any aspect of your participation). The credit card information is used for the purposes of a single transaction on a secure site, and is not recorded.

A list of participants may be produced in electronic format and posted on IIC Canada's website. If you choose an appropriate box during the online registration process, your name, business title, and organization as provided on the conference registration form could be used for this purpose.

In accordance with Canada’s anti-spam laws, IIC Canada requires express consent to contact you for commercial purposes outside of your participation at the 2017 Conference. You will be given the option of consenting or declining to receive such future communications from IIC Canada during the registration process. Except as previously noted, your information will not be provided to any third party.

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