ATLANTIC REGION LEADERS CREATE AN INTELLIGENT COMMUNITY: BEST PRACTICES SUPER-CLUSTER: Teleforum Hosted by Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA, & Brad Woodside, Mayor, Fredericton, New Brunswick: Oct 5th, 9:00 a.m. - Noon EST.
September 10, 2012

Register now as space is limited.

i-CANADA leaders in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have initiated discussions on creating a best practices program to evolve communities into globally-competitive Intelligent Communities. 

This leadership conference call will jointly share views and advice on the best approach to helping to create an new regional stronghold.

This strategic approach to municipal collaboration will explore how a region can unite to achieve both economic growth and environmental responsibility.  The distinguished gathering of a pace-setting Mayor and business and economic development leaders from both provinces will set the tone for the “Intelligent Super-Cluster”, an assembly of leaders committed to a program designed to sustain creative solutions to the intelligent future.

Speakers will include Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA; Brad Woodside, Mayor, Fredericton;  Jason Powell, President, Digital Nova Scotia; Chris Bryant, Halifax Regional Municipality; Nancy Flam, Nova Scotia Department of Economic and Rural Development; Terry Dalton, President and CEO, Canadian Informatics Consultants; Gary Stairs, Stellar Mobile Solutions; Doug Robertson, President and CEO, TECHSoutheast; Yves Bourgeois, University of New Brunswick; David Baxter, TG4; Larry Shaw, Knowledge Park; Robert Foley, President, Startup Kitchen; and Laurie Guthrie, Economic Development Officer, Fredericton.

Participants in the Teleforum will be considered as “Call Delegates”, and your insights will be valued.

Join us for this interactive gathering of business and social insights, vision and goal-setting.

Who should attend?

Senior level executives in the private and public sectors, with an interest in effective community development, sustainability, education, social evolution, business strategies, techniques and best practices for business growth.

++ Action Item: How do I sign up?

In order to Register please contact Cathi Malette at cmalette@cata.ca

Your local call in number and access code will be sent to you via email.
Note that the Call-in Registration fee is free for CATA members and $57 (plus GST) for Non Members. Fees are reinvested in our research and business development programs.

Local dial-in is provided across Canada and globally in major cities.

Callers will receive a MP3 recording and related resource material after the Teleforum.

Questions: please contact eboucher@cata.ca


About the i-CANADA National Summit

The i-CANADA National Summit is organized by the i-CANADA movement, the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA), and it partners and will take place in Montreal on October 21st, 2012.  Canada was selected by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) to host the WCIT 2012 Congress in Montreal, which follows the i-CANADA event. . The WITSA event is organized by WCIT2012 Montreal Inc.  For more about the i-CANADA conference and to register for the events, see: I-CANADA events

i-CANADA is backed by the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA), a 30-year-old organization with more than 34,000 high-tech leaders, and other leading organizations. Their goal is to bring at least 30 Canadian communities into the top ranks of global Intelligent Communities, as defined by the Intelligent Community Forum in New York.  www.icanada.nu