From June 12 to 14, the Editors' Association of Canada (EAC) and the Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC) will host the first international conference of editors. Editing Goes Global takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. We invite you to join the global editing and writing community to hear speakers from the US, the UK, Ireland, India, New Zealand and Canada, and to connect with communication professionals from around the world during this unparalleled weekend of international networking, learning and fun.
Editing Goes Global early-bird registration closes on Saturday!
Saturday, February 28 is the last day for registrants from EAC, PWAC and our fellow member associations to register at the special early-bird rate and save up to $200.
If you haven't registered yet, don't delay! Spaces for the conference are limited. And after February 28, the early-bird savings fly the coop.
Editing Goes Global features speakers from around the world. Meet in person the expertsyou're already following online. Learn more about our international panel of speakers.
You'll have the option to take in three full days of sessions on editing, writing and communication. Can't commit to all three days? Consider one- or two-day registration. Check the conference schedule to start planning your weekend.
Flying to Toronto? Book your flight today! EAC has arranged discounts with WestJet and Porter. Visit www.EditingGoesGlobal.ca to learn about air travel and hotel deals.
Have you thought about carpooling? If you are planning to drive in to Toronto and want someone to help pass the time and share the costs, please contact Una Verdandi.
If there's one EAC conference every editor or writer should attend, it's Editing Goes Global. There may never be a better networking opportunity than this.
Don't forget: Register by February 28 to take advantage of the early-bird discount rates. We're adding sessions and speakers regularly, so check the conference website for the latest updates and be sure to follow the Editing Goes Global team on Twitter (use hashtag #editors15).