Ottawa 2018

Fireworks above Ottawa

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The Canadian Horticultural Council’s (CHC) Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an opportunity for leaders in fruit and vegetable production, retail, business, and the federal government to come together to discuss issues and decide on a course of action for addressing these issues in the coming year.

Don’t miss your chance to be seen and heard.

CHC's 2018 AGM will take place at the Westin Ottawa, 11 Colonel By Drive, on March 13-15, 2018.

Registration

Details available soon.

Schedule

Business sessions will address issues of top priority for CHC members and include presentations and panel discussions on the many issues facing horticulture. Government officials and allied sector representatives will be on hand to hear your concerns and participate in the debate, and guest speakers will shed light on the issues that matter most to you.

More details coming soon.

Accomodations

The Ottawa Westin Lobby
The Westin Ottawa

Rooms are $189.00 per night. A number of rooms are blocked under the Canadian Horticultural Council until Friday, February 9, 2018.

Book a room online

Or call 1-888-627-8528 to reserve a room.

Sponsorship

CHC is looking to our members and stakeholders to support us in making this AGM as successful as it can be. By sponsoring the event, you will have access to numerous speaking and branding opportunities that will connect you with attendees and raise the profile of your organization. Attendees know how valuable your sponsorship is in providing a meeting of the highest calibre and an exceptional all-around experience.

Contact dfolkerson@hortcouncil.ca for more information.

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