Conference 2011 Prices: lower prices are our gift to you!

To celebrate our 15th Anniversary we have lowered our conference fees as our gift to you. Join us in Toronto this fall for a great program and a fantastic celebration! Registration starts at just $700 per person (group rate). Reserve your spot today!

Registration only includes the 1/2 day Tuesday workshop You Asked for It – You Got It: Managing Mental Health Matters™ for the first 150 people who register for this session, Tuesday Conference 2011: Opening Ceremony, entrance to the Exhibit Marketplace and Wednesday Marketplace Wine & Cheese Reception, all Wed/Thurs sessions including keynotes, breakouts, Sponsored Spotlights, morning fitness activities, two breakfasts, and one lunch.

Bundle includes all of the above PLUS a pre-conference workshop and the Wednesday Crystal Celebration event for maximum savings!

Register by April 30 for Extra-Early Bird savings:

  • Registration only – $775
  • Extra-Early-Bird Bundle – $995

Register by July 31 for Early Bird savings:

  • Registration only – $825
  • Early Bird Bundle – $1050

Register after July 31:

  • Registration only $875
  • Bundle – $1095

Register onsite:

  • Registration only – $949
  • Bundle not available

Group pricing: register any time at the best rates!

  • Groups of 5 – $3750 ($750 each)
  • Groups of 10 – $7000 ($700 each)

Crystal Celebration tickets: $89/person or table of 8 for $600

Pre-Conference Session #1 and #2 individual tickets: $275 each. Post-Conference Forum is included in conference registration

One Day Registration: $595

Student, Ambassador, Pioneer Award Committee conference fee: $595

What People Say

“The Health Work & Wellness™ Conference completely exceeded my expectations. The most valuable thing for me was the informal way in which the information was presented as well as the opportunity to ask questions and give and receive feedback on certain areas of the workshops. It was also an excellent opportunity to network with people from different organizations and occupations across Canada.”— Patricia MartinoAdministrative Assistant, Children’s Aid Society of Toronto