We want to thank each and every one of you who attended our 2018 Forum in Whitehorse. Your attendance and active participation contributed in making this event a success. We also want to thank our sponsors for their precious contribution. If you have not already done so, please answer our quick survey, we would appreciate your support on getting your feedback on your overall experience at the Canadian Public Procurement Forum 2018.
Stay tuned for the 2019 edition in Toronto, as the details will soon be available. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s coming !
Our preliminary program is now complete. We are pleased to confirm the attendance of the Honorable Sandy Silver, Yukon Premier and Minister of the Executive Council Office and Finance as well as the Honorable Richard Mostyn, Minister of Highways and Public Works and Public Service Commission as part of our opening ceremonies. Click here to learn more about them and their responsibilities. We believe that this year’s program will meet all attendee’s expectations by offering a program rich in content with workshops and learning activities that will leave everyone with practical tools to use in their working environment. Click here to view the updated version of our program.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in Whitehorse !
CPPC is proud to welcome two new members within the organization.
First, please welcome Concordia University. The Mission of the Procurement Services department is to acquire goods and services for the University Community in such a manner as to maximize the value to the University Community in considering price, quality, service availability, and operational performance. Moreover, we are pleased to welcome CIUSSS de l’ouest de l’île. An important mission of the agency is to oversee the organization of services and complimentary services in its territory as part of its multiple missions, according to the needs of the population and its territorial realities.
Welcome again to both organizations.