Charlottetown will host the Canadian Urban Forest Conference from October 3-5. This in-person forum allows participants to learn and share with a vision of building a better future for Canada’s urban forests. This year’s theme is Urban Forests and the Challenge of Climate Change: Building Resilience. The registration fee is $1,000 for delegates and $600 for students. For more information, visit the conference website.
The first Atlantic Canada Flood Mapping Conference will take place in Halifax and virtually on October 5-6. Hosted by CLIMAtlantic and Natural Resources Canada, this free event aims to give participants the chance to address flood hazard mapping challenges and share best practices. For more information, visit the CLIMAtlantic website.
The Atlantic Planners Institute Conference will take place at the Rodd Charlottetown from October 19-21. Professional planners from across the region will meet to discuss, review, and plan approaches to provide A Place for Everyone. Registration fees range from $150-$405. Visit the conference website for more information.
The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-PEI, Architects Association of PEI, Construction Association of PEI, and Engineers PEI are partnering on this first Joint Industry Event. The event will bring together industry and government representatives for thought-provoking and engaging discussions on topics that are relevant to the entire A/E/C industry and their clients. The event is free to attend. Register here.
The National Water and Wastewater Conference offers a wide-ranging technical program and networking for Canada’s water leaders. Registration fees range from $250-$975. For more information, visit the conference website.