Conferences Then and Now...
2019 – Regina, Saskatchewan
2018 – Halifax, Nova Scotia
2017 – Victoria, British Columbia
2016 – Québec City, Québec
2015 – Winnipeg, Manitoba
2014 – Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
2013 – Ottawa, Ontario
2012 – Edmonton, Alberta
2011 – Toronto, Ontario
2010 – Fredericton, New Brunswick
2009 – Whitehorse, Yukon
2008 – Victoria, British Columbia
2007 – Regina, Saskatchewan
2006 – St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
2005 – Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
2004 – Québec City, Québec
2003 – Yellowknife, North West Territories
2002 – Fredericton, New Brunswick
2001 – Victoria, British Columbia
1999 – Iqaluit, Nunavut
1997 – Whitehorse, Yukon
1996 – Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
1995 – Ottawa, Ontario
1994 – Ottawa, Ontario (preliminary meeting)
The 2023 Winter Meeting was our first in person meeting since January 2020… and what a pleasure it was to finally meet again to learn from excellent speakers and panelists, to exchange ideas between Capital Cities, Provincial Legislatures and Commission and to visit our Nation’s Capital.
Thank you to the National Capital Commission, Ville de Gatineau and the City of Ottawa for hosting us so well.
Capital Cities Challenges: Trends and Opportunities
Held in Regina, presentations included providing Urban Policing along with challenges and impacts to infrastructure development, preservation and maintenance in resilience and emergency preparedness.
Delegates had the honor of meeting the Honourable Russ Mirasty, Lt-Governor of Saskatchewan at Government House and the pleasure of visiting the RCMP Heritage Centre, Mosaic Stadium, the Mâmawêyatitân centre, the Sakatchewan Legislative Buildings and Wascana Centre.
Thank you to the City of Regina for hosting the conference!
Capital City Leadership: Climate and Social Inclusion
Held at the Central Library and City Hall in Halifax, preceding the Federation Canadian Municipalities conference, presentations included Capital City Heritage property programs, local government climate change tools, Inclusion & Accessibility Leadership.
Delegates enjoyed a walking tour of Point Pleasant Park and most interesting visits to the Africville Museum Tour & Pier 21.
Thank you to the HRM for hosting the conference !
Impact of Human Rights on Capital Cities
This year’s conference was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba to coincide with the opening of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The conference took place at the Inn at the Forks.
What Makes a Capital Great
This year’s conference was held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island just in time to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first meeting in the Birthplace of Confederation! The conference took place at the Delta Prince Edward.
Transforming Through Innovation
The 2013 CCCO Annual Conference in Canada’s Capital focussed on the theme of transforming the downtown experience through innovative visitor services and infrastructure developments.
Creating a Capital Experience
Co-hosted by the Mayor of Edmonton and the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Creating a Capital Experience highlighted the contributions and unique partnerships that exist among businesses, non-profit organizations, governments, and the Legislative Assembly offices in creating dynamic capital cities. Delegates also learned about building a capital brand and producing milestone celebrations.