Register Today for this CATA sponsored Conference Call
Join a group of your colleagues on Wednesday, April 27th for a CATA Teleforum Conference Call led by thought leader, Marc Garneau
on the key themes of innovation, entrepreneurship and public policy. Callers will have an opportunity to provide their guidance on issues and concerns.
Prior to the Call, we encourage you to review CATA's Innovation Nation program, viewed at:
The Teleforum Conference Call is part of our ongoing thought leadership series and is a uniquely interactive meeting of senior executives in the private and public sectors who will also be invited to related venues to extend the information sharing, access to briefing material and encourage peer exchanges.
About Marc Garneau
Joseph Jean-Pierre Marc Garneau, CC, CD, FCASI, MP (born February 23, 1949) is a Canadian retired military officer, former astronaut, engineer and politician.
Garneau was the first Canadian in space taking part in three flights aboard NASA Space shuttles. He was the president of the Canadian Space Agency from 2001 to 2006, and in 2003 was installed as the ninth Chancellor of Carleton University in Ottawa.
In 2006, Garneau entered politics, seeking a seat as federal Member of Parliament with the Liberal Party of Canada. He was an unsuccessful candidate in Vaudreuil-Soulanges during that year's election, but two years later won the riding of Westmount-Ville-Marie in downtown Montreal.
CATA Teleforum Conference Call on Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Public Policy
Marc Garneau, Member of Parliament, Westmount-Ville Marie
Wednesday, April 27th
11:00am - noon
Conference Call format with Q & A
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How do I sign up?
To Register please complete the online registration form at
Your local call in number and access code will be sent to you via email. You participate as a CATA guest, no access charges
. We will also send you a background briefing paper prior to the call.
Questions: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org