Date(s) - 27/01/2020 - 29/01/2020
CEDEC is proud to be a CANNEXUS supporting organization for the fifth consecutive year.
CANNEXUS is Canada’s largest bilingual National Career Development conference for career counsellors, career development professionals and the career services sector.
This conference is organized by CERIC.
CEDEC will be participating as a Workforce Development Panel Champion at this year’s conference! Stay tuned for more details on this panel discussion.
Registration for Cannexus20 is now open with both 3-day ($475) and 1-day ($250) packages available! Take advantage of special rates for members of supporting organizations, like CEDEC.
The Super Saver deadline is September 4, 2019.
Natan Obed is the President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami. He is originally from Nain, the northernmost community in Labrador’s Nunatsiavut region, and now lives in Ottawa. For 10 years he lived in Iqaluit, Nunavut, and worked as the Director of Social and Cultural Development for Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. He has devoted his career to working with Inuit representational organizations to improve the well-being of Inuit in Canada.
Tristram Hooley is a researcher and writer on career and career guidance. He holds professorial roles in the University of Derby, Canterbury Christchurch University and the Inland Norway University of Applied Science and is the Chief Research Officer for the Institute of Student Employers. He has published seven books and numerous articles and reports including The Evidence Base on Lifelong Guidance: A Guide to Key Findings for Effective Policy and Practice which was produced for the European Union. He will be drawing on this and other publications in his keynote as well as his experience of working in the space between research, practice and policy. He also writes the Adventures in Career Development blog.
Growing up on Fogo Island in Newfoundland and Labrador, Zita Cobb developed a deep belief in the inherent value of place and a profound respect for the human ways of knowing that emerge from respectful relationships with nature, culture and community. After completing high school on Fogo Island, Zita decided to study business in order to understand the global economic systems that had disadvantaged Fogo Island and numerous other small communities – bringing many to the brink of extinction. After completing university in Ottawa, she worked with JDS Fitel, subsequently JDS Uniphase, where she contributed to building the company into one of the most successful high-tech innovators in history. Zita returned home to Fogo Island in the early 2000s and, along with her brothers Anthony and Alan, began to build Shorefast’s initiatives. In 2016, Zita was awarded the Order of Canada in acknowledgement of the work of Shorefast in collaboration with the community of Fogo Island to help secure a more resilient future for this singular rural place.