The only event of its kind in Ontario, the annual Public Policy Conference of the Ontario Centre for
Engineering and Public Policy (OCEPP) brings together a number of the province’s top engineers, legislators,
policy-makers, opinion leaders, business and association executives, and university faculty and students to
examine some of today's most important engineering and policy issues.
2013 Conference: Engineering Policy in the Public Interest
Steve Paikin Don Lenihan
The 2013 conference, held on Friday, May 31 at St. Andrew's Club & Conference Centre in downtown Toronto was a resounding success. TVOntario's Steve Paikin delivered the keynote address What keeps Queen's Park awake at night? while Don Lenihan, senior associate, Canada’s Public Policy Forum, explored the new reality in policy-making in his keynote address, Rules of engagement. For the full conference agenda, session descriptions and other details, please see the conference program. Speakers' presentations will be available soon and the video footage is expected in June.
To view speakers' PowerPoint presentations and the conference video, please click here.
OCEPP gratefully acknowledges the following organizations for their generous sponsorship of the 2013 conference:
To learn about conference sponsorship opportunities for 2014, please contact Beth Kukkonen at Dovetail Communications (905-886-6641, ext. 306).
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Page updated June 18, 2013.