Languages Canada’s 10th Anniversary Conference

Reflection, celebration, vision

Languages Canada's 10th anniversary conference is quickly approaching and hopes to set an attendance record in Toronto! Please mark your calendars and ensure that you plan to attend this special event. Registration and program details will be made available soon.

The event launches on Monday, February 19, 2018 with a casual evening welcome reception followed by plenary and break-out sessions on February 20 and 21. Special workshops will also be offered, focusing on content for academic leaders as well as homestay and activity coordinators. The event will wrap up with a celebratory gala dinner on Wednesday, February 21. The members-only Annual General Meeting will take place on the morning of Thursday, February 22.

We are thankful for the ongoing support of our longtime partner and the 2018 Conference Diamond Sponsor: guard.me International Insurance.

Who Will Attend?

More than 200 delegates are expected to attend, including leaders from the language education sector, provincial and federal government officials, NGOs, and other key influencers in the field of international and language education.

We’re excited to see you in Toronto in February 2018!

Conference details:

The 10th Anniversary: Reflection, celebration, vision
February 19 – 22, 2018
Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel

IMPORTANT LINKS


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @LangCanada and on Facebook at facebook.com/languagescanada and use the #LCConf2018 hashtag!

For more information, please contact conference@languagescanada.ca


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Did you know?

This year, our conference will be taking place in one of the world’s most cultural capitals?  The multicultural population of the GTA is expected to reach 9 million people by 2036. Read more fun facts about Toronto here!