We are proud to present our 2024 Annual Conference and Trade Show sponsors and partners, whose support is essential for making this event possible.
The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) works to keep energy moving safely across the country. We review energy development projects and share energy information, all while enforcing some of the strictest safety and environmental standards in the world.
CIRA is the not-for-profit dedicated to building a trusted internet by stewarding .CA and providing cybersecurity services to millions of Canadians. Join us at our panel and booth to learn about all things cybersecurity – from talent to threats and solutions.
The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) is the national voice of Canada’s labour movement, representing 3.3 million Canadian workers. The CLC brings together dozens of national and international unions, provincial and territorial federations of labour, and 110 community-based labour councils.
We believe everyone in Canada deserves a home that they can afford and that meets their needs. With over 75 years of experience, we work with organizations, governments, and the private sector to support housing needs, including funding shelters and mortgage loan insurance for a quarter million individuals annually. We strive for an inclusive and climate-resilient housing system through innovation and partnerships.
Canada Post is an e-commerce leader, adapting to meet the changing needs of Canadians while remaining committed to the communities we serve, our employees’ health and safety, and serving the customers who count on us to deliver their products.
The Canadian Telecommunications Association is dedicated to building a better future for Canadians through connectivity. Our members include service providers, equipment manufacturers, and other organizations in the telecommunications ecosystem, that invest in, build, maintain and operate Canada’s world-class telecommunications networks. We promote the importance of telecommunications to Canada’s economic growth and social development and advocate for policies that foster investment, innovation, and positive outcomes for consumers.
Since 2010, Carbonzero has supported the FCM by providing greenhouse gas (GHG) measurement for travel and conferences, along with carbon offsets. We assist businesses and organizations across North America with GHG accounting and emission reductions solutions, driving sustainability efforts. Our dedication to supporting CSR and ESG goals, along with our focus on high-quality carbon offsets establishes us as a key partner in climate action.
Catalis™ is the leading provider of advanced solutions for governments and their ratepayers across Canada. Our deep expertise, proven track record, and thoughtfully configured digital solutions help governments to streamline workflows, save time and improve public engagement. Our intuitive tools facilitate public requests, resource planning, local communications and more. Catalis’ tools facilitate citizen engagement and are essential to support busy municipalities.
We are the voice of Canada’s cement industry.
From our homes, schools and hospitals, to our highways, bridges and transit ways, concrete is an essential part of our daily lives. As the makers of the most consumed material on the planet after water, we are committed to achieving net-zero concrete and building the sustainable world of tomorrow.
CIMCO is one of North America’s largest and leading industrial refrigeration companies. A leader in environmental sustainability with a 100+ year legacy, we are technical experts when it comes to design, engineering, and installation of thermal systems.
Essential to the economy, to our customers, and to the communities we serve, CN safely transports more than 300 million tons of natural resources, manufactured products, and finished goods throughout North America every year. CN is committed to supporting social responsibility and environmental stewardship and has been contributing to community prosperity and sustainable trade since 1919.
We have a lot in common: Co-operators was founded to strengthen the financial security of Canadians and their communities. Over 75 years later, we remain true to our roots. Let’s collaborate to build resilient communities.
The mission of CSA Group’s Standards Development organization is to enhance the lives of Canadians through the advancement of standards in the public and private sectors. We are a leader in standards research, development, education, and advocacy.
CUPE advocates for strong, efficient, publicly owned and delivered municipal, health, education, power, transit, library, and social services. These services are the foundation of our communities. CUPE’s 740,000 members deliver services in small and large municipalities across Canada.
Supply management ensures Canadians have access to fresh, local, sustainably produced, high-quality food, and keeps our communities vibrant through economic contributions and made-in-Canada products.
You have a choice when it comes to where you place your municipal insurance program. We invite you to choose to work with us—a real partner that has the ability to make your municipality safer, smarter and stronger. We have been successfully delivering superior insurance programs, including risk and claims management services to Canadian municipalities since 1927.
Lidstone & Company Law Corporation is a local government law firm with offices in British Columbia and Alberta.
Liveable Cities improves Canadians’ lives by developing new technologies that make cities safer, efficient, and more liveable. The company leverages streetlights’ locations to develop and deploy advanced smart city solutions that create powerful data and insights to support community decision-makers.
Canada’s only municipal daily—The most complete coverage of municipal news delivered daily from coast to coast for over 20 years.
Since 1891, Municipal World magazine is the best source for information, news and views in the Canadian municipal forum. Published 12 times a year, Municipal World provides up-to-date information, including public-privatepartnerships, economic development, municipal finance, technology, and coming events.
Founded in 2002, the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is a not-for-profit organization tasked with the safe, long-term management of Canada's intermediate and high-level radioactive waste, in a manner that protects people and the environment for generations to come.
From the things you buy, to the goods Canada trades with the world. Canada's ports connect communities coast to coast.
As Canada's largest, Port of Vancouver supports local businesses and jobs across the country. We connect Canadians to over 170 countries and facilitate the trade of approximately $500 million in goods, every day.
Rogers is a leading Canadian technology and media company providing communications services and entertainment to consumers and businesses. We strive to deliver the highest standard of network reliability and keep you connected to what matters most, day in, day out.
Tree Canada is the only national non-profit organization dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in rural and urban environments, in every province across the country. We help to grow Canada’s tree canopy through our programs, research, and engagement efforts and by offering grants to communities and schools.
The YMCA is a charity that ignites the potential in over 2 million people at 1,700 locations across Canada. Our programs include childcare, health, fitness and aquatics, camps, employment programs, immigrant services, youth leadership and other community programs.