CFOA Schedules Annual Conference

By Eric Haun
Thursday, July 31, 2014

The 2014 Canadian Ferry Operators Association (CFOA) annual AGM & Conference is scheduled to take place September 29-30 in Quebec City.

The two-day conference will feature presentations on topics such as energy optimization and sustainability, several informative technical sessions and a trade show featuring exhibits from some of the ferry sector’s leading suppliers.

This year’s conference speakers include:

  • David Bolduc, Executive Director, Green Marine
  • David Stocks, President, 3GA Marine Associates
  • Julie Gascon, Executive Director, Domestic Vessel Regulatory Oversight and Boating Safety,  Transport Canada
  • Esther Dormage, Cofounder, Ellio


cfoa.ca/conference
 

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