Join top First Responder leaders for insights into Canadian Public Safety and Security, now and for the future: Register Today
The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (www.cata.ca) invites you to register your interest to participate in an exclusive Roundtable meeting with the leaders for the Canadian emergency services chiefs associations.
You will hear about and discuss each organization’s near term and future priorities, including Industry Canada’s Consultation on a Policy and Technical Framework for the 700 MHz Band and Aspects Related to Commercial Mobile Spectrum.
It is a by invitation only Roundtable on January 19th in Ottawa with the top leadership from the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs (CAFC), and the Emergency Medical Services Chiefs of Canada (EMSCC) who have asked CATA stakeholders to meet with them as part of their consultative process. The session will include presentations and comprise of substantive Q&A with those in attendance.
January 11, 2011
Superintendent Pascal Rodier (EMSCC)
Officer in Charge, South Fraser District, British Columbia
Superintendent Bill Moore (CAPC)
Halifax Regional Police
Division Chief Mike Sullivan (CAFC)
Ottawa Fire Service
Both time and space are limited so please register your interest in attending this session by Monday, January 17. There is no cost to attend for CATA members, however there is an optional networking lunch offered for which a registration cost will apply.
Who should attend: executives of companies offering related ICT product/services, key public safety and spectrum stakeholders within the three levels of government, other First Responders seeking to provide individual input.
++ Action Item: Interested? Please send an email to CATA CEO at email@example.com with “Security Roundtable” in the subject line. All registrants will receive a follow-up email with details on availability and location. CATA members will be given priority consideration.
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