Registration closes September 22 at 5:00 P.M. EST
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Interpretation Canada’s Conference website provides you with everything you need to know—speakers, sessions, schedules and more!
As interpreters, we often inhabit the ‘leading edge’—that place where forward momentum blends innovation with novel approaches, where starkly different environments coexist peacefully, and where growth feels exciting, yet balanced. Interpreters need to be on this leading edge to keep up with today’s changing world.
Interpretation Canada’s 2023 National Conference (online) explores how living on the leading edge allows us as interpreters to constantly evolve to best meet the needs of our diverse audiences. How do you innovate in your program delivery? What tools do you use? How do you stay inspired and invite others to join you on the leading edge? Join us to explore these questions.
Together with your colleagues, explore how interpreters can thrive—not just survive—on the foremost edge of our profession. They say there is never a crowd on the leading edge but we beg to differ! Interpreters as a group are out in that place of transformation and together we can thrive there.
Here is what your conference fee gets you:
New this year. Get a team together to participate together in the conference—have fun and save money. This could be a great option for smaller sites that would like to participate. During the conference, all Viewing Team registrants are encouraged to be in a room together with one main computer log in for the group. We’ll be offering challenges and games specifically for Viewing Teams, so be ready to compete and support your team and earn your InterpCan bragging rights.
We have an exciting lineup of sessions covering leading edge topics!
Interpretation Canada does not offer refunds of registration fees. A registration name change is permitted prior to the conference by submitting a written request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In extenuating circumstances only (e.g., extreme weather event, illness, death), requests for a partial refund may be considered. Such requests must be submitted in writing with appropriate documentation.
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Our conference is organized and run entirely by volunteers! If you would like to get involved with this conference or future ones, or assist Interpretation Canada in other ways, please contact us.
Thank you to our supporters!
Learn more about how you can support Interpretation Canada's 2023 conference.