You can now register for the Canada FASD Conference, happening November 7-9, 2023, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan!
The regular conference rate is $500.00 plus applicable taxes and fees. Early bird pricing for this event is $450.00 (plus taxes and fees). Early bird rates will end June 30th, at which point the regular conference pricing will come into effect.
Students and individual members of CanFASD are eligible to register at a discounted rate of $450.00 (plus taxes and fees) up until registration closes. All prices are in Canadian dollars. Be sure to register as soon as possible to secure your spot!
Limited funding will be made available to support individuals with in-home and in-body experience to attend this event. More information about subsidies will be available soon.
What Can You Expect from This Event
The Canada FASD Conference is an opportunity for you to connect with people across Canada and around the world committed to addressing FASD. This is an event where data and evidence become tangible action, where you can stay up to date with the latest research and best practices, and where we can come together to address FASD at a national level.
The conference will consist of three days of presentations and workshops, plus a networking event. There will be presentations on a wide range of topics related to FASD from researchers, service providers, and individuals with lived experience.
The Canada FASD Conference is being hosted at TCU Place in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. On the conference website you can find a list of local hotels with conference rates.
For all our travellers, Saskatoon is a city located in central Saskatchewan onthe Traditional Territory of Treaty 6 First Nations and the Homeland of the Métis. It is the largest city in the province and it is nicknamed is the “City of Bridges”. Check out the Tourism Saskatoon website to learn more and plan your trip.
Share Your Experience
Do you have a FASD story, program, project, idea, or innovation? Apply to present at the Canada FASD Conference! We are looking for stories that can connect us, projects that will inspire us, and innovations that are moving the field forward. We are accepting abstracts about research, policy, and practice, as well as personal experience for consideration. The abstract submission portal will close on April 24, 2023.
Don’t forget to register for your ticket to the Canada FASD Conference! We will see you in November!