Last Day To Recieve Early Bird Pricing for CARS National Railway Day Conference!

Last Day To Recieve Early Bird Pricing for CARS National Railway Day Conference!

Published on August 31, 2015

To commemorate National Railway Day, the day the last spike was driven into the Canadian Pacific Railway at Craigellachie, British Columbia in 1885,  CARS will be hosting the 2nd Annual National Railway Day Conference on Tuesday, November 3rd  in Ottawa at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, in the Laurier Room.

This event will bring suppliers, railways and government together to celebrate our exciting industry.

The theme of the conference will be Keeping Industry Connected, All Tracks Lead To Success.  Confirmed Speakers include:

 

Mr. Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, President and Chief Executive Officer of Via Rail

Mr. Tony Marquis, Senior Vice-President Operations, Eastern Region, CP

Mr. James Purkis,  Vice President, Regional Express Rail, Metrolinx

Mr. Mark Taylor, Deputy Mayor of Ottawa

Mr. Gordon Bachinsky, President, Advanced Rail Management Corp. 

Mrs. Faye Ackermans, Appointed Board Member, Transportation Safety Board of Canada.

Mr. Michael Gullo, Director, Policy, Economic and Environmental Affairs,  Railway Association of Canada

Mr. Tom Simpson, President, Railway Supply Institute (RSI)

Mr. Christian Dea, Chief Economist and Director General Vice-president, Safety

 

Registration Fees:

Early bird registration before September 1st

CARS Members and Government Officials $350.00

Non-Members $ 450.00

 

Registration after September 1st

CARS Members and Government Officials $450.00

Non-Members $550.00

 

Sponsorship opportunities can be found here.

 

If you are interested in sponsoring the event or to register please contact Lynn Raby  at lynn_raby@railwaysuppliers.ca or 613-237-3888.

 

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