Calendar (January 12, 2004)February 4-7: Federation of Canadian Municipalities' Sustainable Communities National Conference and Trade Show; to be held at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier Hotel and Government Conference Centre, Ottawa. Details from: Devin Causley, 613/241-5221, ext 360, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, Web site www.fcm.ca.
February 19-20: 37th Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling, sponsored in part by the Ontario Ministry of Environment, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering; to be held in Toronto (13th year in this location). Abstracts for conference presentations may be submitted until January 30, 2004. As in previous years, the event will be preceded by U.S. EPA and PCSWMM stormwater modeling workshops on February 16, 17 and 18, also in Toronto. These are sponsored by Computational Hydraulics International (CHI), of Guelph, Ont. Inquiries concerning the conference, abstract submission or workshops should be directed to Lyn James at CHI, 519/767-0197, FAX 519/767-2770, E-mail email@example.com, Web site www.computationalhydraulics.com.
February 18-20: Developing Toronto's Waterfront, second annual conference presented by Strategy Institute; to be held at the Atlantis Pavilion, Ontario Place, Toronto. The program features a learning stream dedicated to brownfield site cleanup and redevelopment issues. Details from: Strategy Institute, 416/944-8833, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 7-9: Water Summit 2004, to be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Center Hotel, Vancouver, BC. The event will provide a forum for discussion by industry leaders of sustainable water and wastewater management strategies. Details from: conference organizer Marcus Evans, E-mail email@example.com, Web site www.marcusevans.com.
March 8-9: 2nd National Conference and Exhibition on Integrated Solutions to Manure Management, to be held at the London Convention Centre, London, Ont. The conference is hosted by the Ontario Environment Industry Association (ONEIA) and presented in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Natural Resources Canada and other public and private organizations. Details are available on the conference Web site, www.istmm.com.
March 31-April 2: Globe 2004, to be held in Vancouver. Themes for the biennial event for this year include corporate sustainability, energy and climate change, and the business of building better cities. A preliminary program, along with a list of confirmed speakers to date, may be viewed on the Globe Web site, www.globe2004.com.