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May 7 - 8, 2020 | Hilton Toronto

 
 
 
 

Getting water management right provides a gateway to sustainability and resilience, and Canadian Water Network is charting a pathway through that complex but critical space. Blue Cities 2020 will connect the dots among leading people and ideas so that Canadian communities can set the course to proactively address their unique challenges.

Blue Cities is a focal point for ongoing conversations between decision makers from all levels of government, the private sector, researchers and knowledge and technology providers. The program focuses on high-level strategic issues of importance related to municipal water management in Canada. The exchanges between leading edge speakers and conference participants generate insights that just can’t be obtained anywhere else.

Who should attend?

  • senior leaders from municipalities and utilities
  • industry product and service leaders
  • academics and topic experts
  • NGO and watershed directors
  • government decision makers

Do you or your organization have insights to share?

The Poster Showcase will feature knowledge from all sectors, including utilities, academia, government, consulting firms and industry.

Graduate students and young professionals

Engage in “big picture” conversations with decision makers. We encourage you to apply to the Water Leaders of Tomorrow program.

Blue Cities is the annual flagship event of the Canadian Municipal Water Consortium.

The Canadian Municipal Water Consortium is a nation-wide collaboration that enables those involved in the management of municipal water to anticipate, respond and adapt to key challenges and emerging trends. The Consortium connects municipalities, researchers, industry and government to create meaningful partnerships and collectively address Canada’s municipal water management challenges.

Canadian Municipal Water Consortium Leadership Group

Canadian Municipal Water Consortium Partners

For information about becoming a member of the Canadian Municipal Water Consortium, contact Sandra Cooke  at Canadian Water Network.