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Editing Goes Global premium seminar registration now open

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, New Zealand and Canada and to connect with communication professionals from around the world during this unparalleled weekend of international networking learning and fun.

Premium seminars

EAC's Toronto branch invites you to take advantage of further in-class professional development opportunities with this year's premium seminars.

These seminars will be held on Friday, June 12, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Grammar Rules and Myths by Frances Peck
Friday, June 12
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Touchable Content: Rethinking the Role of the Digital Editor by Stacey McLeod
Friday, June 12
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Backstage Magic: Work and Business Practices for Editorial Professionals by Laura Poole
Friday, June 12
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Premium seminars are not included in the conference registration fee.

Visit the premium seminars page for more information and to register now. Advanced-rate discounts are available until April 30.

Important note for those who have already registered to attend the conference on Friday

If you've already registered for the Friday conference, but want to take a full- or half-day premium seminar instead, you can simply top up your Friday conference fee to do so.

EAC's national office has emailed instructions to take advantage of the premium seminar top-up option to everyone who is already registered for the Friday conference. Look for an email with the subject line "Top up your Editing Goes Global registration to take a Friday premium seminar instead" sent today.

Where to stay

Luxurious mansions, igloos, honeymoon suites, Airbnb  rentals, campsites, manyattas, the InterContinental Toronto Centre, the Strathcona Hotel, capsule hotels, business hotels, university residences, ski chalets, bed and breakfasts, adobes, hostels, editors' guest rooms.

Visit the Editing Goes Global accommodations page to discover where you can stay when you come to Toronto for the conference. Find out which hotels give attendees special conference rates. And see which places are only minutes away from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, where the conference—and the reception and annual banquet—is taking place.

Advanced-rate conference discounts available now

Haven't registered to attend Editing Goes Global yet? What are you waiting for? Advanced-rate discounts are in effect until April 30.

Visit to register now.

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.

Thanks to the sponsors of Editing Goes Global

George Brown

SFU Continuing Studies

Oran Boyle