On behalf of the SIGNALS executive and network, I would like to extend our gratitude to the Chemical Industry Association of Canada, who has been a long-time supporter and platinum sponsor of the SIGNALS Network and annual banquet.
We would also like to thank Stratos for their contribution and support.
Without the support of these generous donors, we would not be able to reach our goals. We look forward to continuing our partnership.
Note: The 2016 SIGNALS annual banquet tickets are only on sale until Monday at midnight.
Early bird ticket pricing ends today! The early bird price of $40 for students and $50 for professionals ends today, January 7th, at 11:59pm. At this point ticket prices will rise to $50 for students and $60 for professionals.
Purchase your tickets today and join us at San Sala Marco Banquet Hall on January 22, 2015 for a fun and stimulating evening.
Your SIGNALS Executive.
Early bird tickets for the 14th Annual SIGNALS Banquet are now on SALE!
We are incredibly excited to announce that our keynote speaker this year is Tom Rand, Cleantech Venture Capitalist, Senior Advisor at the MaRS Discovery District and author of Waking the Frog: Solutions for Our Climate Change Paralysis.
Tickets are available at the early bird price of $40 for students and $50 for professionals. Get them here or at the “Signals Banquet” link in the menu above. And hurry, these early bird prices will disappear in only a few weeks’ time and will include a FREE copy of Tom’s publication Waking the Frog.
The Banquet will be held this year on January 22, 2016, at the Sala San Marco Banquet & Conference Centre from 6pm-10pm. Save the Date!
For more information on the event, check out our poster here: 14th SIGNALS Banquet
A message from our friend – Michael Van Aanhout, Chairman of Stratos Inc.
Dear Friends, Family and Colleagues,
2016 is a watershed year for Global Climate Action, and it’s imperative that the next Paris Conference of the Parties (COP) move the World and the Planet forward to truly catalyze substantive and enduring action on climate and the reduction of Greenhouse Gases (GHG) emissions: building a clean energy future.
Now there is an opportunity to add to people power for climate here in Ottawa on Sunday, November 29th, 1-4 pm on Parliament Hill, just before the Paris COP meeting begins. The Ottawa March is the focus for the country, and particularly for Eastern Canada.
I INVITE YOU, YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES TO JOIN OUR FAMILY IN THE MARCH, WHICH I AM 100% CONVINCED WILL BE 100% EMPOWERING AND 100% FUN FOR A 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY FUTURE (COOL THEME, EH!)
To get more info, and hopefully commit that you can join the 100% Possible Climate March, click:
To a cleaner, 100% renewable energy future.
Hello everyone, we would like to take a moment and introduce the SIGNALS Executive committee for the upcoming 2015/2016 year! There are several returning members this year and we’re glad to have some new ones: Chahal Amandeep, Zak Jacques, Stephen Malesevich, Marc Quintaneiro, Elizabeth Carmichael, and Monika Szpytko; welcome to the team! Below are the members of the committee:
President – Christopher Ling
Banquet Coordinator – Sean Baker Nauth & Laura Jamieson
Treasurer – Dave Cherniak
Communications – Matt Brady, Stephen Malesevich, Monika Szpytko
Faculty Advisors – Stephan Schott, Alex Mallett
We would also like to thank outgoing members for their contributions, especially the outgoing president John Stwora for all the hard work and dedication.
We certainly appreciate the work you have done!
SPPA and its Sustainable Energy Policy program would like to invite you to join us in launching the most recent publication of ISEMA: Perspectives on Innovation, Science and the Environment. The student-run, peer-reviewed academic journal is celebrating its landmark 10th anniversary edition, which showcases some of the very best work from SPPA’s ISE/Sustainable Energy Policy’s 2014/15 courses. Hard copies of the journal will be available at the Launch Event, however e-versions will also be available online (https://isemajournal.wordpress.com).
Date: Thursday, November 5th
Location: Maxwell’s (2nd floor) 340 Elgin St, Ottawa
Light refreshments will be served. Wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be available at the bar.
We hope to see you there!
The 2015 ISEMA Editorial Board
The SIGNALS Executive would love to invite you out to an evening of complimentary food and drinks and great conversation (and some trivia!) on Friday September 11, from 5:30 – 8 pm. Food will be served at 6, with trivia kicking off at 7 sharp!
As a special twist, SIGNALS is proud to feature a number of previous Delphi Group Graduate Scholarship in Environment and Sustainable Development Public Policy and Entrepreneurship winners to share a few words of wisdom over the evening.
We would like to extend thanks to SIGNALS Exec Kevin Force for offering us his hospitality for the evening. The venue will be the backyard of his house at 1071 Bronson Place (across the street from Carleton University). Feel free to bring any extra food, drink or guests.
Come join us to both welcome a new Sustainable Energy cohort and celebrate the end of the summer in style! If possible, please indicate attendance on the facebook event page or RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our friends at Stratos Inc. have forwarded us a great opportunity for this fall! See the attached pdf for more details:
Stratos Fall Intern Position_for Sept 2015
Please stay tuned for important updates on upcoming SIGNALS events in 2015.