What’s on in June.

June is chock-a-block with trade shows!

Trade events offer great opportunities to connect directly with target market insiders; consumer shows are a chance to introduce a new product or service directly to an end user. Both can be effective ways of engaging with a new market. Although many pandemic mitigation restrictions are being lifted, Covid-19 and its variants aren’t gone yet and we recommend monitoring each website carefully for possible changes.

AORS Municipal Public Works Trade Show – This two-day show “provides an opportunity for public and private sector public works professionals to share information and technical developments… required to build and maintain municipal roads and other core infrastructure.” Show runs June 1-2 in Barrie, ON.

eHealth Conference – This conference is “the vital epicentre of Canadian digital health discussion and debate” and features top talent from Canada’s digital health community. Show takes place virtually, June 1-2.

Build Lasting Change – Canada’s premier green building conference returns to address the standards, services, education, and training that accelerate the move to climate-friendly, zero-carbon buildings and retrofits. Runs June 1-3 in Toronto, ON.

Canadian Water Summit – The CWS “facilitates cooperation, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing among the many diverse groups that make up our Canadian water landscape…” Show runs June 1-3 in Niagara Falls, ON.

O’Cannabiz – “Canada’s largest cannabis business conference and expo” covers topics including policy and regulations, cultivation, branding, health and wellness, and others. Show runs June 1-3 in Toronto, ON.

iTech Conference – “Canada’s leading IT conference and exhibition” is a series of one-day, cross-country events covering topics including infrastructure, cloud, security, data centre virtualization, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. This month’s schedule includes a session in Montreal (June 2) and an online event (June 16).

Planted Expo – Canada’s “largest plant-based event” features more than 200 vegan edible and lifestyle businesses as well as informative and informational speakers from around the world. Runs June 4-5 in Vancouver, BC.

Land & Development Conference – The 2022 conference agenda include speakers and experts addressing key issues and trends related to land availability, global economics, and managing projects and construction in an unpredictable market. Takes place June 7 in Toronto, ON.

Global Energy Show Exhibition & Conference – North America’s leading energy event brings together people to “meet global energy challenges with real-world solutions.” Show runs June 7-9 in Calgary, AB.

PTDA Canadian Conference – A ‘must-attend’ event for power transmission distributors and manufacturers doing business in Canada, and offers attendees a chance to expand their networks and deepen business relationships. Runs June 7-9 in Montreal, QC.

REMI Show ’22 – REMI is the “leading trade show and conference for building owners and property, facility and operations managers… [and] connect… Canadian real estate professionals and their valued service providers.” Show runs June 8-9 in Toronto, ON.

International Conference on Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Transfer (EHST22) – This event “aims to become the leading annual conference in fields related to energy harvesting, storage, and transfer.” Runs June 8-10 in Niagara Falls, ON.

OptiSaw 2022 – This one-day education forum on the future of sawmilling features learning and networking opportunities for participants involved in sawmill operations. Show takes place June 9 in Kelowna, BC.

PDAC 2022 – The “world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention” attracts people, governments, companies, and organizations connected to mineral exploration. PDAC is running two events this month – an in-person conference (June 13-15 in Toronto, ON) and an online event (June 28-29).

Womxn & Wellness Cannabis Conference – This two-day event brings together women in cannabis and psychedelics for learning and collaboration opportunities. This virtual event runs June 14-15.

FABTECH Canada – Canada’s “largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event” is back in-person, and runs June 14-16 in Toronto, ON.

Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show – Quebec’s leading manufacturing event offers “an unmissable opportunity to see cutting-edge smart technology in action and discover the latest industry trends.” Runs June 14-16 in Montreal, QC.

CARSP Conference 2022 – The Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals’ annual conference will address the UN’s Decade of Action for Road Safety in a three-day hybrid conference, running June 19-21 in Sudbury, ON and online.

Collision Conference – One of the world’s biggest tech conferences returns to an in-person format with a full slate of speakers and more than 33,000 attendees from more than 140 countries. Runs June 20-23 in Toronto, ON.

Grower Day – This is the conference and trade show for growers of ornamental plants, vegetables, and cannabis, and features a line-up of leaders sharing expertise on cultivation, production, and business management. Runs June 21-22 in St. Catharines, ON.

KNOWSHOW – Canada’s premier lifestyle trade show brings together the best brands – and people – in one place. This year’s event is scheduled June 21-22 in Vancouver, BC.

DEX Expo – DEX is a series of one-day regional table-top trade shows where engineers, designers, and integrators can network, discuss, and learn about the newest technologies and applications. Takes place June 22 in Barrie, ON.

Security Canada – This cross-country trade show series showcases cutting-edge technology and networking opportunities for the security sector. This month’s even takes place June 22 in Richmond, BC.


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