Nouvelles et événements
Acertys takes part in the IAP2 North-American Conference in Portland from September 9 to 11, 2015
Preventing and resolving conflicts tied to project development – September 30, 2015
This training session was developed by Acertys to provide participants with basic knowledge and practical tools to better understand and take action when faced with conflictual situations, particularly in the context of complex and controversial projects. Click here to register for the training session.
[Call for candidates 2015-05-08]
SUPPORT RESOURCES IN COMMUNITY RELATIONS
- Acting as a facilitator at information kiosks
- Carrying out surveys in public spaces
- Providing logistical support at forums or other public meetings
- Communicating with stakeholders
- Organising and analysing results from these activities
Please see the call for candidates (in French only) for details. The deadline to submit an application is May 25 2015.
IAP2 is seeking candidates for the Executive Committee of the St. Lawrence Chapter
You will find information on the Chapter website regarding the roles and responsibilities of Executive Committee members and on the process to nominate yourself or someone else as a candidate.
The deadline for Nominations is January 26, 2015.
Please note that you must be a member of IAP2 Canada as of this same date in order to be considered as a candidate (information on membership here).
Acertys is an active member of IAP2 and supports its activities through participation in the local Chapter and in Canada-wide initiatives.
[Press Release 2014-11-25]
Public consultation on the redesign of Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest
ACERTYS RECOMMENDED THAT THE CITY OF MONTRÉAL TERMINATE THE CONTRACT
See Acertys study on business practices of organizations as they relate to community relations
Planning the Marconi-Alexandra, Atlantic, Beaumont, De Castelnau sectors
Consultation on the Future of the Olympic Park
Acertys is proud to support the advisory committee appointed by the Régie des installations olympiques in its wide-ranging consultation on the future of the Olympic Park. Have a look at the results of the consultation at: www.avenirparcolympique.ca.