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21st - 22nd October 2024

IIC Canada Chapter – in person

Chapter event

Date: Monday 21 – Tuesday 22 October 2024
Time: to be confirmed
Venue: National Arts Centre, Ottawa

The Board of Directors of the Canadian Chapter of the Institute of Communications (IIC Canada) are pleased to invite you to attend its annual conference taking place on October 21-22, 2024 at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

The 2024 edition of the IIC Canada Conference will bring 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 the federal government’s reworking of the Broadcasting Act and its supporting Canadian Content framework, the impact of artificial intelligence on privacy and copyright practices, access and affordability of critical telecom services, and other leading edge communications developments.

Registration and program information will be added to www.iic-canada.ca over the coming weeks.

 

Registration is now open.

Please click here to register.

Event details
Date:
21st - 22nd October 2024
Location:
Ottawa, Canada
Region:
Americas
Chapter:
Canada
1 Elgin St
Ottawa
ON K1P 5W1
Canada

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