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Join us in Charlottetown, P.E.I. for IPAC's 69th Annual Conference!

August 20-23, 2017

Strong Foundations

Additionally, this conference will provide an opportunity to share knowledge and experience as well as further the dialogue on reconciliation and renewed relationships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit governments and organizations.

Sustainable Futures

Conference participants will explore a number of sub-themes, including sustainability, policy innovation and leadership. Sustainability will be a key priority for all Canadians and their governments in the coming years. The conference will examine sustainability topics as they relate to the environment, energy, food and communities. Off-site tours will showcase Prince Edward Island’s progress in addressing these areas of interest.

In the spirit of Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, the theme of the conference is “Strong Foundations, Sustainable Futures.”

Paul Ledwell

Associate Deputy Minister of Veterans Affairs Canada

Welcome from our Honourary Co-Chairs

We are pleased to invite you to the 69th National Annual IPAC Conference which will be held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, from August 20th to the 23rd. Our theme this year, Strong Foundations – Sustainable Futures, is inspired by Canada’s 150th anniversary. The theme aims to open conversations about sustainability, leadership, and policy innovation, as well as their inherent relationships, in the context of Canada past, present and future. In keeping with IPAC’s 2017 National Year of Dialogue, the conference will also serve as a platform to share knowledge and experience about reconciliation and renewed relationships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit governments and organizations. Working through these themes, we will strive toward continuing excellence in the public service. We look forward to seeing you this summer and to welcoming you to the beautiful province of Prince Edward Island – come early and stay late to enjoy all that the island has to offer!

Karen Ellis

Clerk of the Executive Council and Secretary to Cabinet / Deputy Minister

Policy & Priorities and Intergovernmental and Public Affairs

Be part of an interactive program on themes to strengthen the public service

Enjoy all that our beautiful island has to offer!

There's so much to see and do. 

Learn more about all this stunning island has to offer!

Come early. Stay late.

We've got an amazing lineup of sessions planned.

The Schedule

Chief Lisa Cooper

Program Director for Innoweave

Dominic Barton

Speakers

Chair, Canadian Minister of Finance’s Advisory Council on Economic Growth

Director, Economic and Corporate Initiatives, Government of BC

Alex Conliffe

Julian Stodd 

Executive Director for Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

ISED Team TBC


Writer and consultant on the Social Age

Chief Public Health Officer

Government of PEI

Colleen Hanrahan

Senator Murray Sinclair 

Former Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Executive Director, Open Government and Innovation in Executive Council Office at the Government of New Brunswick

Robert Shepherd

William D. Eggers 

Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Government Insights

Policy Analyst, Department of Workforce and Advanced Learning / Department of Rural and Regional Development, Government of PEI

Chris Zhou

Karen Ellis

Associate Deputy Minister of Veterans Affairs Canada 

Rodney Ghali

 Paul Ledwell

Lead, Behavioral Insights, Design and Policy Innovation, Privy Council Office 

Clerk of the Executive Council and Secretary to Cabinet, and Deputy Minister of Policy and Priorities

Doug Keefe

Bob Ashley

Partner, Government and Public Sector, EY 

Chief Administrative Officer, City of Summerside, PEI

Michael Baldwin

Gina Wilson 

Member of Parliament, Alberta

Deputy Minister of Status of Women Canada

Saäd Rafi

Joshua Frame

Associate Deputy Minister, Infrastructure and Communities 

National Chair of the Federal Youth Network/Chair of the Future Leaders of Ontario 

Alma MacDougall

Shauna Sullivan Curley

Chief Administrative Officer, City of Fredericton

Ethics and Integrity Commissioner for the Government of PEI

Clara Pasieka

Barbara MacQuarrie

Education Development Officer, Government of PEI

Community Director, Centre for Research & Education on Violence against Women & Children, Western University

President 

Dare to Lead

Dr. Heather Morrison

Bob Eckstein 

Director of Integrated Service Delivery, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet of the Innovation Hub at the Privy Council Office, Government of Canada

Elizabeth Hardy

Bobby Cameron

Manager of Policy, Planning, and FPT Relations

  PEI Department of Agriculture and Fisheries 


Managing Director, The Institute for the Advancement of Public Policy Inc.

Colleen McCormick

Carl Brothers

Founder and General Manager, Frontier Power Systems

Interim CEO, Startup Zone 

Greg Orencsak

Cheryl Hansen 

ADM of Treasury Board and CIO, Government of New Brunswick

President & Chief of the Native Council of PEI

Nick Scott

Jennifer Hollett

Award winning Broadcast Journalist

Assistant Director, Growth & Community Services, City of Fredericton

Hon. Michelle Rempel

Kyle Denny 

Jordan’s Principle – 1st Child Service Coordinator, Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI

Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University

Ryan Conway

Peter Crooks

Executive Director of Canada’s Smartest Kitchen

2017 Top 50 CEO

Partner and National Public Sector Leader at Deloitte LLP

Yazmine Laroche

Richard Saillant 

Economist and author

Director, Policy Innovation Platform, Brookfield Foundation 

Alicia Bruce

William J. Montelpare

Scientific Lead for the PEI SPOR: Primary and Integrated Healthcare Innovation Network

Cultural Support Worker, Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI Residential School Program

Chris MacPherson

Samantha Donaldson

Communications Director 

Partnership for Public Service

Prime Minister's Youth Council - Prince Edward Island Representative

Chrystia Chudzak

Robert Hughes 

Chief Administrative Officer of the Town of Stratford

York University 

David Cormier

Richard Rochefort

PEI Convention Centre

18 Queen Street 

Charlottetown, PEI


Where is it?

Call 1-888-890-3222 to reserve now

Book your room at one of the other hotels with discounted conference rates

Accommodations

A preferential rate of $229 CDN (single/double room) has been reserved at the Delta Prince Edward Hotel for conference participants.

  • After July 24, 2017, reservations will be handled on a rate availability basis and rate adjustments after check in will not be made.
  • A deposit equal to one night's stay is required to hold delegate's reservation at the time of reservation. Cancellation of individual reservations made up to 24 hours prior to arrival will be accepted, and the deposit refunded for the full night stay.
  • No show charges will apply if a delegate does not arrive on the date of their reservation.

Be sure to state that you're with “IPAC – 2017” to receive our special group rate by July 24, 2017

(located within walking distance or a short ride to the Delta Prince Edward Hotel and Convention Centre)

Very limited availability at the Delta Prince Edward Hotel. BOOK NOW!

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Get a discount on your airfare with Air Canada using the code 32XVZGY1!

Travel

Fare Discount
Travel within Canada Business Class (flexible) 10 %
Business Class (lowest) 5 %
Premium Economy 10 %
Latitude 10 %
Flex 10 %

County of Dufferin

Nova Scotia Department  Internal Services

File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

City of Surrey

Ville de Laval

Innovative Management Awards Finalists

County of Dufferin SharePoint Virtual Emergency Operations Centre

Ministry/Organization

Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST)

Initiative

Canada Revenue Agency

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