InterpCan Conferences

Each year, professionals from across Canada gather to share their insights about the evolving field of natural and heritage interpretation.

In-person conferences, held every second year, are hosted by interpretive sites such as museums, parks, or botanic gardens. They feature inspiring keynotes, practical advice, relevant field trips, and opportunities to share experience and knowledge. 

In alternating years, the annual conference is held online—bringing interpreters together through engaging sessions to build our community of practice.

2023 National Conference: Online 

September 26–28

This year’s conference will be held online. The theme is “Together on the Leading Edge.” See the National Conference page for more details.

Past Conferences: Find details about our last annual conference, along with a list of past conference dates and themes.

Interested in hosting a Conference?

Hosting an Interpretation Canada in-person conference is an excellent development opportunity for your education, exhibition, and interpretation staff. It provides a unique chance to showcase your site to professionals from across Canada. To find out more, reach out to

Interpretation Canada c/o Kerry Wood Nature Centre 6300 45th Ave Red Deer, AB, Canada  T4N 3M4

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