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Registration

Québec City Convention Centre
1000, René-Lévesque boulevard Est, Québec City (Québec)
June 8-10, 2020


 
 
 
 


CONCURRENT REGISTRATION 
Early Bird
(Before March 31, 2020) – $875
Regular (on or after March 31, 2020) – $975

Concurrent registration includes concurrent sessions, the Welcome Reception as well as breakfasts and refreshment breaks. Keynote/plenary presentations, lunches and Awards and Recognition Evening. 

**The cost of the Welcome Reception and Awards and Recognition Evening ticket is included in the Two-day Workshop registration, but a ticket is not automatically provided. As space is limited, the box must be checked off on the registration form to receive a ticket if you wish to attend. (Limited tickets available)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY REGISTRATION FEES: (Limited space available) 

Fees include session on June 8, materials, refreshment breaks and lunch. Those wishing to attend the Welcome Reception and the Awards and Recognition Evening must purchase a ticket.
 
Full Day
Early Bird
(before March 31, 2020) - $450 + Tax
Regular Registration (after March 31, 2020) - $500 + Tax
 
Half Day
Early Bird
(before March 31, 2020) - $225 + Tax
Regular Registration (after March 31, 2020) - $250 + HST 

Registration Cancellation Policy
Refunds will be given for requests received in writing postmarked no later than April 1, 2020, less an administration fee of $100.00. After that date, we regret no refunds will be issued; however, we will accept substitute delegates.

*Pass sharing is not permitted. All delegates must wear their badge at all times. No-shows policy: No-shows will result in full registration fee payment being due.

Advance Payments

A reminder for our federal clients: Government Contracting Regulations allow for “Advance Payments”. As usual, Section 34 signoff would occur once the good/service has been received.  

Government-wide Policy Requirements on Training

  • On September 15, 2017 the Guide to Travel, Hospitality, Conference and Event Expenditures was updated to reflect the amendments in the Treasury Board Directive on Travel, Hospitality, Conference and Event Expenditures (effective April 1, 2017). This update includes a new process to differentiate conferences and training.
  • Government-wide functional community leads at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat have the authority to determine the treatment of large information-sharing and learning sessions for their communities (for example, conferences that can be treated as training for approval purposes). Decisions on the designation of a session as training will be communicated to your departmental functional leads (for example, CFO, CIO, CHRO etc.) and maintained on GCPedia.
  • The Comptroller General of Canada, functional community lead on real property, designated Real Property Institute of Canada (RPIC) events as training on September 15, 2017.
  • In accordance with the Directive and associated Guide, RPIC training activities should be approved according to the established departmental processes for training, such as the delegated spending and financial authorities or the delegation of human resources authorities. Also, RPIC training should form part of an individual’s annual training plan.

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