March-April, 2013 – Securing Canada’s Energy Future

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When: March 21, 2013, 12pm-8:45pm

Where: Canadian Forces College, 215 Yonge Boulevard, Toronto, ON

Pricing

Non-member: $75

Regular Member: $65

Student: $20

Student Groups (10 +): $15

VIP (includes invite to speakers and sponsors cocktail reception): $100

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE: SECURING CANADA’S ENERGY FUTURE
This spring, The NATO Council of Canada would like to welcome you to join us for our Energy Security Month. The NATO Council of Canada (NCC) hopes to promote an understanding of Canadian energy by way of hosting a conference: Securing Canada’s Energy Future, followed by a series of round table discussions.

Over the past decade, the Canadian energy sector has grown to occupy a substantial portion of our nation’s socioeconomic conversation. Given the geopolitical climate in the Middle East coupled with a recessive global economy, the impetus to look within and establish a more robust and unified national energy framework has never been greater.

The NATO Council of Canada will be bringing together policy leaders, industry stakeholders, academics, and military personnel to discuss and debate this topic of national significance. By promoting discourse and dialogue, the NATO Council of Canada hopes to raise awareness for energy security on the public agenda.

Topics to be addressed:

  • Beyond Kyoto: Reconciling environmental stewardship with economic demands of the Canadian economy and the energy sector.
  • Boons and barriers to Canadian laws and regulations on energy regulation, environmental assessment, and environmental protection.
  • Energy and the Canadian Arctic.
  • Sustainable development in the Canadian energy sector – meeting our economic goals.
  • North American Integration in the Energy Marketplace/International Energy Trade.
  • The Canadian Force’s role in securing Canadian Energy Infrastructure.
  • East/West and North/South Energy infrastructure development.
  • Canadian-American relations on energy development.
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ABOUT THE ROUND TABLES

These Round Tables will foster progressive thought and stimulate debate amongst energy policy stakeholders, most notably all levels of government, related industry, academia, non-governmental organizations and members of the public concerned with achieving an informed and rational energy policy in Canada.

Connect with a targeted audience in personable setting on a topic of your choice or all three.

Network before, during, and after over wine and hors d’oeurvres.

  • March 27:        Nuclear Round Table
  • April 11:           Renewable and Clean Energy Round Table
  • April 18:          Oil and Natural-Gas Round Table and Sponsors Reception

 

**Take a look at our  Securing Canada’s Energy Future_Programme Kit

for the conference programme and sponsorship opportunities.

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About NATO Association of Canada

The NATO Association of Canada strives to educate and engage Canadians about NATO and NATO’s goal of peace, prosperity, and security. The NATO Association of Canada ensures that we have an informed citizenry able to contribute to discussions about Canada’s role on the world stage.