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  • President Heidi Francis and the Ontario staff are delighted to invite you to join them in Toronto, Ontario, for the 2014 Region I Conference. The conference provides an opportunity for you and your peers to discuss relevant motor vehicle and law enforcement related issues. As with every AAMVA conference, the ability to network is one of the most beneficial experiences, and this year's regional conference provides many valuable interactive and learning opportunities – both with jurisdiction and industry representatives. Jurisdictional attendees can learn about the successes and challenges of others, share ideas, build relationships, and discover the many products and services provided by our industry partners that can assist in your mission. Industry attendees will have the opportunity to meet with key players in the motor vehicle and law enforcement arena. Join us in Toronto, Ontario, and participate in the sessions focusing on “Transportation Tomorrow - Modernize, Measure, Connect.”

    WHERE

    Westin Harbour Castle
    One Harbour Square
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1A6

    CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 

    Saturday, July 26 – Board of Directors and Administrators’ Dinner

    Sunday, July 27 – Board of Directors Meeting, Exhibitor Move-In, President’s Welcome Reception (off-site)

    Monday, July 28 – Opening Ceremonies, Conference Sessions, QuickConnect, Exhibit Hall, Region I Night of Networking at Hockey Hall of Fame

    Tuesday, July 29 – Conference Sessions, Exhibit Hall, Free Evening

    Wednesday, July 30 – Conference Sessions, Annual Membership Meeting, Ontario Provincial Reception and Banquet

    Thursday, July 31 – Grab and Go Breakfast                                               

     Registration Fees 

    2014 Region I Registration Fee Chart

     

  • Travel Assistance

    The Region I Board is making travel assistance funding available to the jurisdictions. A total amount of $3,000 will be provided to each jurisdiction to assist with travel costs. The assistance can be used to cover travel, registration and/or hotel as outlined below. Jurisdictions should coordinate needs internally, register and make travel/hotel arrangements, then bundle and submit vouchers up to the total assistance amount per jurisdiction after the conference. Click here for travel assistance information and expense form.

  • Companion Program

    There are so many things to do in Toronto, that we want you to have information so you can explore on your own. We will host a Meet & Greet with other companions and Tourism Toronto so you can become familiar with all we have to offer. The Meet & Greet will follow the Opening Ceremonies on Monday, July 28.

    Check out Toronto’s attractions now! http://www.seetorontonow.com/attractions/

     

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  • AAMVA Proposed Policies

    There are four newly proposed policies for AAMVA this year.  As part of the Annual Membership and Region I business meeting to be held Wednesday afternoon, an AAMVA Committee member will present the new policies proposed by our Region.  You may download all of the policies for review prior to the meeting.  We appreciate feedback from jurisdiction members on ALL the policies, as your feedback will be germane to the Board decisions on Policy adoption.  Region I members will specifically be asked to vote for approval on those proposed by Region I.

    What's Hot

    Are you just burning to share your new "hot" project? Complete the What's Hot submission form and we'll share the information at the conference.