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The 2018-2020 Executive
Getting Ready for Ottawa
Graduate Student Awards
Banff Conference Memories
Meet our Members
Committees and Liaisons
September in Ottawa!
A Huge Thank You to our 2018
Annual Conference Sponsors
The 2019 Annual Conference will take place at
the Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre on
September 19-20-21. A
Motivational Interviewing (MI) will be offered on
Thursday September 19, as well as a Symposium
by our Sustaining Sponsor, NuSmile. Details will
be sent to all members in the New Year.
Registration will begin at the end of January.
Ottawa started off as Bytown in 1826, named after
the British engineer who supervised the
construction of the Rideau Canal. The name was
changed to Ottawa in 1855 after the River, which
had taken its name from the Algonquin First
Nation word “Adawe” meaning ‘to trade”. In 1857,
Queen Victoria chose Ottawa as the new capital
for the Province of Canada and in 1867, with
Confederation, it became the Nation’s Capital.
Today, mingled with Gothic-Revival Parliament
Buildings, are fascinating museums, dazzling
architecture, historic buildings, parks, walkways,
bicycle paths, Embassy Row, the Rideau Canal
Locks and of course those amazing views of the