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CCMTA 2017 Annual Meeting

Leading the Pack in Road Safety
June 4-7, 2017


CCMTA's Annual Meeting is a unique event which brings together key individuals from government and industry in the field of motor transport administration and regulation in Canada. It is the largest gathering in Canada of highway safety administrators. The Annual Meeting also provides exhibition and sponsorship opportunities.

Message from the Chair

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      Steve Loutitt, Chair, CCMTA

It gives me the greatest pleasure to invite you to join us at the next CCMTA Annual Meeting in Yellowknife, NT from June 4-7, 2017. My jurisdiction is excited to be hosting this event where we get to share the beauty and wonder of our city and territory with the CCMTA community. Yellowknife is my home, and has been for all of my life. I am a proud Northerner, and when you visit, you’ll understand why. I do hope you will plan to participate in what I know will be a memorable experience.

Steve Loutitt’s top 10 reasons to attend the 2017 Annual Meeting:

#10: Take home knowledge that can be applied in your home jurisdiction.
#9:   Hear fresh perspectives and insights from around the country.
#8:   Meet up with CCMTA members, Associates and industry experts.
#7:   Glean practical experience through concurrent sessions.
#6:   Get up-to-date on information from experts in compliance, road safety, and drivers & vehicles licencing.
#5:   Learn from renowned industry-specific speakers.
#4:   Bond with colleagues.
#3:   Explore the exhibitor area and chat with leading industry providers/suppliers.
#2:   Network and have a good time at various meeting events and around beautiful Yellowknife

And the #1 reason to attend CCMTA’s Annual Meeting:

Share, learn and collaborate in the unique forum that is CCMTA, so you may better support the needs of your jurisdiction.

We look forward to hosting you in Yellowknife as you experience the modern North – perched on pink outcrops above the waves of Great Slave - the capital of the territory and our “little big city.”