Metro Toronto Convention Centre /
$50 - $900 ($25 per day, for students)
With more than 3,000 attendees and 200 exhibitors expected, CanSIA's Solar Canada 2013 conference is a unique opportunity to share knowledge, learn about advancements in solar energy policy and network with colleagues and stakeholders. This year's conference also presents a number of workshops on topics like the evolution Ontario's FIT program and strategies for success, and off-grid solar homes.
York Schulich School of Business /
Ten years of learning, growing, and rising above, calls for celebration as the Corporate Social Responsibility Society (CSRS) brings together the best and brightest students from all across the nation for a conference that will not disappoint.
Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE) invite all women working in a field related to renewable energy to join them for a monthly networking meet-up. Meet your peers, share ideas and opportunities, and educate your colleagues about new projects and initiatives you're involved in. Students and developing professionals interested in varying perspectives in the renewable energy sector are welcome! No registration is required.
University of Guelph /
$35 - $55 each seminar, other events vary
Based on the theme "catching the wave," the 33rd Annual Guelph Organic Conference presents international speakers, seminars and introductory workshops on topics including genetically engineered foods, organic production/certification, climate change, eco-villages, earth buildings, farmland protection and food security. This is a great opportunity to connect with peers, and meeting the makers, movers & shakers in the Organics field.