June 17 to 20, 2019

Regina SK

Taking place in Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Convention Centre, the next biannual conference will provide you with the opportunity to meet your fellow colleagues and WARUCC members, learn new ways to support your staff and students, and be motivated by presentations from engaging speakers.

Conference Program

Conference Hotel

The conference hotel (DoubleTree by Hilton) is now sold out. Click here for more information about other accommodation options.

Note:  Booking your hotel room early is strongly advised due to the heavy demand on hotels in Regina as a result of Agri-Business Week.  The hotel will be releasing all unsold rooms on May 17, 2019.

Conference Registration


Conference Registration Fees

Pre-Conference Session A - Cultural Competence  FULL
Pre-Conference Session B - International Credential Assessment  FULL
Full Conference - Early Bird (Available until May 15, 2019) FULL
Full Conference (After May 15, 2019)  FULL
Full Conference Student Employee (Must be a full time student employed by a member organization in a part-time capacity or on a co-op work placement).  FULL
Full Conference Non-member FULL
One-Day - Member  FULL
One-Day - Non-member  FULL

Note:  Individuals who are employed by a member institution should ask their bundle administrator to be added to the institution's bundle.  This will prevent the individual from being charged the non-member fee.

Information for Sponsors

Sponsor registration will open on Monday, November 19, 2018.  Click here for more information.

Call for Proposals

The call for proposals site is closed.  Thanks to everyone who submitted a proposal!

Pre-conference Sessions - June 17, 2019

Pre-conference Session A -  FULL

A Workshop in Cultural Competence for Post-secondary Professionals

This workshop is intended to increase self-awareness of personal thought patterns and behaviors; discover how assumptions, unconscious bias and stereotypes show up in our workplace; understanding the cultural “whys” behind behavior and begin to think about our vision of diversity and inclusion.