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Become an Exhibitor

ArcticNet and its national partners invite you to Ottawa, Ontario, for the Annual Scientific Meeting 2018 to be held at the Shaw Centre from 10-14 December 2018. Funded by the Networks of Centres of Excellence of Canada, ArcticNet brings together scientists and managers in the natural, human health and social sciences with their partners in Inuit organizations, northern communities, government and industry to help Canadians face the impacts and opportunities of climate change and modernization in the Arctic.

ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meetings are the largest Arctic & Northern research gatherings held in Canada. The ASM2018 will be THE meeting place for national researchers, students, policy and decision makers, representatives of government and non-government organizations, the private sector, northern stakeholders and media to discuss the global challenges and opportunities arising from climate change and modernization in the circum-Arctic.

The ASM2018 will be an exclusive opportunity to gain exposure for your organization, demonstrate your commitment to Arctic research and enhance your visibility among influential leaders and decision-makers from the North and South from the science, policy, political, private and media sectors.

The ASM2018 will provide your organization with privileged access to the Arctic research, stakeholder and decision making communities. The exhibit area (Gatineau Salon) is located near the Plenary session room and will include exhibitor booths as well as scientific posters. Exhibitors will receive a number of benefits as part of their package.

Booth Fee - $1,700 CAD (applicable taxe excluded – HST)

Includes:


  Download the Sponsors and Exhibitors Prospectus.

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Exhibitors

Arctic Science (Canadian Science Publishing) Hoskin Scientific Ocean Networks Canada RBR Ltd. Nunavik Geomatics Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) Fisheries Joint Management Committee EVOQ Architecture

ArcticNet

Institut nordique du Québec Sentinelle Nord Université Laval

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