Early-bird full registrations – Before May 5, 2017: CEGN member or *special guest – $700; non-member – $860
Regular full registrations – After May 5, 2017: CEGN member or *special guest – $835; non-member -$910
*Members of CFC, PFC and The Circle are eligible for the CEGN member rate. Funders from Atlantic Canada are also invited to register at the Member rate.
CEGN Member Organizations:
Sustaining members at $5000 level receive one complimentary pass (2 passes at $10,000 level and 3 passes at $15,000 level). Just select the “Sustaining Organization” option on the registration page.
What are the other registration options?
- Full registration (June 5th-7th) – All sessions, meals (breakfasts, lunches, snack breaks, evening reception, annual dinner) and accompanying materials (see pricing above).
- One-day registration (Tuesday June 6th)- All sessions held on June 6th and meals including the annual dinner (Note: option to attend on June 6th without dinner is also available) Cost: $625 with dinner; $525 without.
- One-day registration (Wednesday June 7th)- All sessions held on June 7th and meals. Cost $525
- Skills-building workshop (Monday June 5th)- breakfast, lunch, snack breaks and accompanying materials. Cost $275
Note: Additional fees apply to field trip registrations.
Please visit our Eventbrite event page to view ticket options and to complete your registration.
All registrants will receive a copy of The Right to Be Cold: One Woman’s Story of Protecting Her Culture, the Arctic and the Whole Planet, by Sheila Watt-Cloutier. The Right to Be Cold explores the parallels between safeguarding the Arctic and the survival of Inuit culture—and ultimately the world—in the face of past, present, and future environmental degradation. The book was picked for CBC’s Canada Reads in 2017.
Who Should Attend?
Registration is open to staff, directors, board members and trustees of CEGN, as well as all other grantmaking organizations. Other individuals may attend by invitation only.