TORONTO, June 15 /CNW/ - The Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC)
has partnered with Campaigns & Elections to present the Tenth Annual Art and
Science of Public Affairs Conference, November 4th and 5th 2009 at the Board
of Trade - Toronto.
"The Public Affairs Association of Canada is excited to present our Tenth
Anniversary Conference in Partnership with Campaigns & Elections' Politics
magazine," noted Paul Burns, PAAC Vice-President and conference chair.
"Campaigns & Elections' Politics magazine has partnered with public
affairs associations in several countries. They have extensive experience in
delivering campaign and public affairs training and working with PAAC on the
2009 Conference will provide Canadian public affairs professionals with the
most extensive training opportunities of the year."
"I'm proud to have joined with the PAAC to help strengthen the public
affairs community in Canada. For 29 years, Campaigns & Elections has worked
throughout the world to share best practices and connect all those inside our
community, regardless of where they live," said Jordan Lieberman, Campaigns &
Elections' Politics magazine Publisher.
The Art and Science of Public Affairs 2009 - PAAC's Tenth Anniversary
Conference will be held November 4th and 5th at The Toronto Board of Trade.
Building on the success of years past, the PAAC will present a new, two-day
format to mark the tenth anniversary of our annual conference. The new,
extended format will allow for more content while popular features such as the
Award of Distinction Luncheon and President's Reception will return for 2009.
The two-day conference will feature some of the brightest and most experienced
Canadian and U.S. public affairs and political campaigning professionals. In
the coming weeks, the PAAC and Campaigns & Elections will release the exciting
line up of speakers and presenters.
For further information, to register for this event or to enquire about
sponsorship opportunities for The Art and Science of Public Affairs 2009,
Public Affairs Association of Canada Conference Coordinator
Campaigns & Elections' Politics magazine
For further information:
For further information: Paul Burns, Public Affairs Association of
Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org, (416) 579-3922; Jordan Lieberman, Campaigns
& Elections' Politics magazine, email@example.com, (703) 778-4025