Annual Conference

IIC Canada 2022 Conference
May 16 and 17, National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario

This conference brought together leading communications sector players to discuss developments related to the major current issues in Canadian and international communications law and policy. In Canada, these developments include a number of proposed new pieces of legislation affecting the communications industry such as amendments to the Broadcasting Act, online harm, compensation for news media and the Accessible Canada Act. Sessions also covered the appropriate regulatory treatment of platforms, competition in the commercial mobile industry, solutions to the digital divide, dispute resolution, 5G and cybersecurity, Indigenous broadcasting, issues in the gaming industry, synthetic media, data collection procedures and more.


Ontario lawyers may count their actual attendance at the conference towards their CPD requirement. The final program (12 hours and 55 minutes) can be applied towards the 9 Substantive Hours required by the Law Society of Ontario. Substantive content does not require accreditation. You can include the link to this webpage where additional information can be supplied.

Please note that this program is not accredited for Professionalism Hours or the CPD Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Requirement.

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