Community Data Program - Annual General Meeting 2017

Community Data Program Annual General Meeting 2017

AGENDA FOR THE MEETING

* DRAFT SCHEDULE B 2017-2018

* DRAFT VISION & STRATEGIC PLAN

* 2016-2017 ANNUAL REPORT

* MEETING ATTENDANCE

​This year's annual general meeting will be held in Kingston, Ontario on May 25th and 26th.  

If you are unable to travel to Kingston, you can attend the meeting via webinar. Please check in early to test your audio settings.
URL: https://cdp.adobeconnect.com/cdp2017annualmeeting

Travel and hotel information has been provided by Cheryl Hitchen (613-546-2695 x 4806 or chitchen@cityofkingston.ca), the lead of the Kingston consortium that will be hosting the meeting.

Hotel

A block of rooms at the Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront has been booked at a rate of $139 for a traditional room (2 beds) or $149 for a room with king bed.   They will also offer you this same rate if you want an extended stay! This will also be the location for the annual meeting which will be held on the top floor of the hotel looking out over Lake Ontario. 

Please make your reservations as soon as possible (but no later than April 28th) through the following link:  Holiday Inn Waterfront Accommodations 

Alternatively you can call the hotel at 613-549-8400 x2660 or toll free at 1-800-HOLIDAY or by email at: reservations@hikingstonwaterfront.com

The group booking is under: Community Data Annual Meeting

The meeting room is called Bellevue South on the top floor of the hotel.

Check in is at 3 pm and check out is at 11 am.   Parking will be available for $17 per night per vehicle and includes in and out privileges.

Getting Here

Kingston is basically equidistant between Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa.  It takes 2-3 hours to drive depending on traffic and your driving habits.

Driving directions from 401:  Take exit 619 – Montreal Street and travel south on Montreal Street 5.2 km to Princess Street.  Turn left on Princess Street (one way street) and travel to the end of the street (about .6 km).  Hotel is the last building before you drive into the water. 

Reminder:  Kingston does have an airport and a train station if you prefer those travel methods or Cheryl can connect you with our marina if you’d like to come by boat!

Food, Glorious Food

Kingston has more restaurants per capita than anywhere else in Ontario so finding a great meal is never a problem! Cheryl has made preliminary arrangements for our dinner on Thursday evening in keeping with Canada’s, and Kingston’s, 150th birthday.

The dinner venue is on the main floor of Sir John's Public House, within walking distance of the hotel. It is a small casual pub that is in the building that used to serve as Sir John A. Macdonald's law office - historic and fun! There are 6 choices of main course which should cover all tastes!