Canadian Stormwater Institute Conference 2018
Monday, November 26, 2018 - 8:00am to Tuesday, November 27, 2018 - 5:15pm
Hyatt Regency Hotel 700 Centre St S Calgary, Alberta T2G 5P6 Canada
member $450, non member $550, student, $150
CSIC is a national stormwater conference that provides a platform for both established and aspiring stormwater leaders to connect, collaborate and learn from one another during a two-day event in Calgary from November 26-27, 2018. All pricing is in Canadian Dollars and are subject to GST. An early bird discount of $50.00 will be applied to registrations recived prior to August 27, 2017 (member, non-member and student only).
The Western Canada Water Environment Association (WCWEA) aims to help shape the future of the stormwater industry through offering best-in-class solutions to urban runoff and wet weather issues at the first annual Canadian Stormwater Institute Conference. Link to the CSIC website is below the map.
If you are a member of Western Canada Water (through one of our CO's), please sign in to get the member rate. If you encounter any difficulites during this process, please call the office.
Registration Categories & Rates
Member $450.00 - WCW members can receive the member rate by registering online, members of WEF from outside our region can only receive the member rate by emailing or faxing your registration as we are unable to confirm your membership online.
Non-Member $550.00 - Not a member of any of Western Canada Water's Constituent Organizations or WEF.
Tradeshow Registration $600.00 - Includes one regular conference registration.
Additional Rep $200.00 - Can only be purchased alongside a Tradeshow Registration.
Student $150.00 - Must be a current student at a valid post secondary institution.
ALIDP Workshop - $175
It is the responsibility of the attendee to let us know at least two weeks prior to the conference about any dietary concerns or allergies. Notifications made after may not be accommodated. Please email notifications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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