Canada Logistics Conference  -  2016 Learning Session Recordings

Conference Learning Session Recordings

Even if you couldn't attend Canada Logistics Conference 2016 in person, you can still take part in the learning from your home or office computer!

As part of our commitment to bringing accessible, leading-edge learning learning to everyone in supply chain logistics, we're pleased to offer a recorded webcast of each of the conference learning sessions. Once you order a session, you'll have full access for a year so you can review it at your leisure and even share it with colleagues 

Registrations for sessions are á la carte so you can register for any of the sessions that interest you or that are relevant to your role or organization. See below for a full list of the sessions.

We're also thrilled to offer the webcast of our panel discussion of the Current State of Transportation FREE to CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals and CITT students (if you're interested, you'll still need to order the session). The other sessions are only $25 each for CCLPs and CITT students ($75 to non-members). If you haven't been able to attend a CITT conference yet, this is the perfect opportunity to see what all the buzz is about. And if you're a regular attendee who was unable to attend this year, this is how you can make sure you don't miss out. 

Click here to register for the live webcast for Canada Logistics Conference 2016!
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It's a good idea to invite other members of your team to watch the recorded sessions with you. Not only will that deliver more value for your company, but you'll be able to discuss what you learn with your peers immediately. It's also a great chance to demonstrate to your employer the benefit of professional development - and they may even decide to send you to Canada Logistics Conference in person next year.

Recorded Conference Sessions Available:

Click on each session for a full description including speaker bios:

  • Panel: Current State of Transportation (FREE for CCLPs and CITT students)
    A multi-modal panel of transportation executives share their analysis and insights on the pressing commercial issues that impact today’s movement of goods and raw materials
    Moderator: Andrew Dixon, CCLP, Senior VP Trade & Business Development – Port Saint John
    Panelists: Matthieu Casey, General Sales Manager - Canada, Air Canada Cargo
    Matthew Hoag, Operations and Commercial Director, Americas Region – DP World
    Patrick Lacroix, Manager of Stakeholder Relations, Energy East New Brunswick
    Wayne T. Power, Group VP, Transportation and Logistics Division – J.D. Irving Limited

    Ryan Ratledge, COO -  Central Maine & Quebec Railway
  • Improving Your RFP Process
    Learn what shippers and carriers can do to have a more effective RFP process that results in a transparent and mutually beneficial relationship
    Presented by: Larry Mitchell, CCLP, Director of Government Services and Corporate Accounts, United Van Lines
    and Laurie Turnbull, CCLP, Supply Chain Consultant– Cole International

  • Power Pitching
    Learn the 10 Rules of Power Pitching – indispensible ways to help you persuade peers, managers, and customers by earning trust and demonstrating the mutual benefits of your proposals
    Presented by: Jim Gray, Communication Coach & Strategist
  • Succession Planning
    Learn how to approach proactive and cross-functional succession planning and talent development for yourself and your company 
    Presented by: Warren Sarafinchan, CCLP, Vice President, Sales and Supply Chain – Sun-Rype
  • Panel: 'Uber' Freight

    A progressive panel discusses the emergence of Uber-like logistics technologies that promise great benefit for shippers but could quickly reshape this specialized service industry
    Moderator: Joel MacKay, President – Mactrans Logistics Inc.
    Panelists: Justin Bailee, Co-Founder & CEO – FR8NEX
    Dwayne Johnson, Director, Omni-Channel Retail Solutions – SCI, Canada Post

  • Transportation Buying Trends
    Use this exclusive, advance view of critical transportation and economic trends to inform your planning and forecasting for 2017 and beyond
    Presented by: Lou Smyrlis, Editorial Director, Trucking Group – Newcom Business Media
  • Facility Tours: Canaport Crude Receiving Terminal & Canaport LNG Terminal
    Delegates will be taken by bus to two exclusive tours, each lasting just under an hour, on the Bay of Fundy. This is a rare opportunity to see massive fuel facilities that handle crude oil and liquid natural gas from around the globe before distribution into Canada and the US.

How it Works:

Just register for the sessions you want to participate in, and you'll get an email with the link and your login information within five business days. You can watch and rewatch as often as you'd like until the end of October 2017.

What Technology Do I Need?

Any computer/screen you use to watch YouTube videos with sound should work. You'll access the webcast through your web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari), so you'll want to be sure you're somewhere with a reliable internet connection. It's also a good idea to have headphones on hand in case your computer's speakers don't give you the volume level you want. If you'd like to make sure everything will work smoothly for you during the live webcast, there's a test page available online here. You can use it to make sure your browser, volume, and everything else works so you can tune in worry-free when it airs live. 


If you have questions about the Canada Logistics Conference 2016 Webcast, or if you need help getting registered, please contact Jennifer Traer at or 416-363-5696 ext. 32. Or fill out the form below to request more information or join our mailing list.

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