Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation's annual Conference to attract over 400 delegates to develop and define best practices
OTTAWA, Feb. 13, 2019 /CNW/ - The Canadian Network of Agencies for Regulation ("CNAR") is pleased to announce its annual Conference will be held this year at the stunning Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac in historic Quebec City from October 28-30, 2019. Expected to bring together over 400 regulators, innovators, expert legal minds, and leading vendors from across the country, CNAR's Conference continues to be Canada's information and networking hub in developing and defining best practices in the Canadian regulatory space.
CNAR is currently seeking proposals from those with an interest in the regulation of professions to speak at CNAR 2019. The deadline to submit is February 28, 2019. The guidelines and submission link can be found at www.cnar-rcor.ca/events.
"The annual CNAR Conference presents the unique opportunity to interact with Canadian thought-leaders and delegates from a diverse range of professions," commented CNAR Executive Director, Kevin McKinley. "As our membership increases, and as the association continues its commitment to rotating the Conference nationwide, we add more voices and expertise to the field of regulation. We are also looking forward to gaining a deeper perspective from the Quebec regulatory community in 2019."
About CNAR CNAR was established in 2003 as the federation of national organizations whose provincial and territorial members are identified in legislation as responsible for protection of the public through the regulation of professions and occupations. CNAR was formed to address the need for Canada's provincial and territorial regulatory organizations to share information and address common issues collectively at a national level.