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39th Annual Conference of the
Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society

September 22 - 24, 2019
Saskatoon Arts & Convention Centre, TCU Place, Saskatoon SK

"The "HUB" that enables resiliency in healthcare"



Sunday September 22, 2019
Group 1 - 10:15  am |   Group 2 - 11:15 am


 The CLS is a national research facility, one of the largest science projects in Canada's history, and a critical tool for Canadian research and development.

More than 1.000 academic, government, and industry scientists from around the world use the centre every year, developing innovative solutions in health, agriculture, environment, and advanced materials.

Maximum attendance of 30 guests per group.
No charge
Transportation provided.  Board the bus outside the front lobby of the TCU Centre 15 minutes in advance.



Sunday September 22, 2019  •  18:30 - 20:30

Sponsored by Class 1 Inc.
Entertainment sponsored by Precise Parklink

 Remai Modern 1

Remai Modern Art Gallery

Remai Modern’s new building was designed for transformative experiences. From its placement on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, Remai Modern connects architecturally with a Prairie Modern style and responds to the low, flat topography of the landscape.  Inside and out, the museum has a human dimension, with sensitivity to materials, light and scale. It provides intimate spaces as well as dramatic expanses, with an atrium and outdoor terraces offering stunning views of the river and sky. Art experiences will animate the building throughout.

Meet and greet friends and collegues for drinks and appetizers as you are entertained by Don Griffith, musician.

Open to all exhibitors and delegates.  Transportation provided.



Monday September 23, 2019
18:00 - 19:00
Centennial Hall ABC, Saskatoon Arts & Convention Centre, TCU Place

18:00 - 19:00
Sponsored by Tremco
19:00 - 23:00
Sponsored by Johnson Controls
Sponsored by Armstrong Fluid Technology
Sponsored by Chem Aqua 

Jack Semple - banquet entertainment

In 1992, Semple came to national prominence through winning the MuchMusic "Guitar Wars" contest. Semple has been twice nominated, in 1999 and 2000, for a Gemini Award for his soundtrack work on the television series Incredible Story Studio. Semple won a Juno award in 1991 for best roots recording. He has won two Western Canadian music awards for "Qu'Appelle" and "In the Blue Light". Semple continues to perform as a solo artist and with The Jack Semple Band, across Canada and now being championed across America!

Jack Semple writes and performs "Modern Blues" without forgetting where he came from. He is an epic guitarist and a soulful singer. His music is like Stevie Ray Vaughn meets James Brown meets Robben Ford.




Sunday September 22, 2019   •   08:00 - 14:00

Sponsored by Thermogenics


Moon Lake Golf Club
900 Vly Road, Saskatoon

This beautiful 27 hole Scottish Links style championship golf course will be an experience you won't forget. A fifteen minute drive southwest of Saskatoon on the scenic Valley road leads to a facility that offers three different combinations of 18 holes which will challenge all aspects of your game. Each combination has a par 72 with slope ratings of 125 to 136. Moon Lake presently holds the highest slope rating in Saskatchewan.
Moon Lake is a links, dunes style golf course, reminiscent of the old Scottish design. The course follows the traditional Scottish links design with water hazards, heavily mounded fairways and long native grass roughs.

Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.

Tickets:  $131.25 before July 31; $157.50 after July 31
Golf Club Rentals:  $35 (taxes included).  Please call the Pro Shop to book: 306-382-5500





Shotgun Start/Scramble format

Depart (transportation provided)