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Upcoming events

    • 13 Sep 2017
    • 16 Sep 2017
    • Ottawa

    About the Program

    Our new program approach is designed to appeal to four participant streams: journalists, communicators, scientists, and knowledge mobilizers and translators (KMBs). There are plenary sessions that are relevant to all participants and small group, hands-on workshops for each stream.

    Notes before you register:

    Registration includes a buffet lunch on each of the conference days. Evening meals and lunch during the tours will be the responsibility of individual delegates. 

    Dine Around: Each restaurant has limited space set aside for 8 SWCC delegates available on a first come basis. If your first choice is marked full you must choose another restaurant. This will be a pay as you go social evening.

    Tours: There are two tour options on Saturday. Both tours include Parliament Hill and Bridgehead Coffee Roastery and, in addition, you will have the option for either: 

    Diefenbunker & Canadian Space Services Ltd.

    or 

    Experimental Farm & Algonquin College Construction Lab

    Note the tours will be an additional $20.00. Lunch is not provided, but will be coordinated by the organizers.



Past events

25 Jul 2017 SWCC 2017 Acclaimed Slate: Register Your Vote
03 Apr 2017 CSWA Constitution Vote 2017
19 Dec 2016 3rd ANNUAL TORONTO SCIENCE WRITERS/PRODUCERS YEWL
28 Nov 2016 CSWA Runoff Name Vote
14 Oct 2016 CSWA Name Vote
02 Jun 2016 CSWA Conference & Annual Meeting: Guelph 2016
20 Feb 2016 Improv for Science Communicators
25 Jan 2016 data journalism/journalisme des données, 2016
11 Jan 2016 Science Journalism Award Submission, 2016
11 Jan 2016 Science Communication Award Submission, 2016
15 Dec 2015 2016 Herb Lampert Emerging Journalist Award Submission
26 Nov 2015 Pub night Ottawa
20 Nov 2015 Pub night: Vancouver
03 Apr 2015 CSWA 2015 Annual Conference, Saskatoon
19 Jan 2015 Science Journalism Award Submission
19 Jan 2015 Herb Lampert Emerging Journalist Award Submission
19 Jan 2015 Science Communication Award Submission
30 Jul 2014 Science of Beer pub night
26 Jun 2014 CSWA pub night
05 Jun 2014 CSWA 2014 Annual Conference, June 5 - 8
15 Apr 2014 CSWA Board Nominations Open, Deadline April 25
17 Feb 2014 Fast Talker 3 minute thesis competition
01 Feb 2014 Science Journalism Award Submission
01 Feb 2014 Science Communication Award Submission
01 Feb 2014 Herb Lampert Emerging Journalist Award Submission
06 Jun 2013 CSWA 2013 Annual Conference, June 6-9
28 Jan 2013 Understanding Medical Journal Articles & Medical Statistics - Webinar
02 Jun 2012 CSWA 2012 Annual Conference, June 2-5
30 Sep 2011 Coffee with Chris Hadfield
09 Jun 2011 CSWA 2011 Annual Conference, June 9-13