Monday 16 May – Tuesday 17 May 2022 (Hybrid event)
Location: National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario
Please see here to view the preliminary program including keynote speakers and agenda.
The Canadian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications is delighted to announce that it will host its two-day annual conference at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on May 16-17.
This year’s 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 a number of proposed new pieces of legislation affecting the communications industry such as amendments to the Broadcasting Act, online harm, compensation for news media and the Accessibility Canada Act. Sessions are also being planned to cover the appropriate regulatory treatment of platforms, competition in the commercial mobile industry, solutions to the digital divide, dispute resolution, 5G and cybersecurity, Indigenous broadcasting, issues in the gaming industry, synthetic media, data collection procedures and more.
As always, keynote speakers will address important domestic and international developments.