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From June 6 to 8, editors, writers, and communication professionals from across Canada will converge at the brand-new Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute in downtown Toronto for EAC Conference 2014—Tracking Change: e-Merging Methods and Markets. As well as sessions on everything from achieving financial security to editing digital magazines and the future of self-publishing, this conference also features two keynote speakers: Canadian literary stars Douglas Gibson and Terry Fallis. At the reception, we will also hear from George Elliott Clarke, Toronto’s poet laureate.
The schedule is now online. Exact times have yet to be finalized, but the conference days will generally run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Don’t worry, there’ll be plenty of breaks for caffeinating and socializing in between sessions.
The conference team is very excited to offer both French and bilingual sessions. Bilingual sessions allow francophone and anglophone editors to attend the same session and network with a wider array of colleagues. You don’t need to be fluently bilingual to attend these sessions—just have a basic oral understanding of both languages and an open mind.