National Annual Education Conference


Each fall CIPHI hosts the National Annual Education Conference for our members. The conference provides an opportunity for members to connect, learn and network with colleagues from across Canada. In 2024 we are pleased to host the to the 2024 CIPHI National Annual Education Conference (AEC) on September 23 – 25, 2024 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

This event supports the shared goal of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI) to support the health and safety of all people. Environmental health is a critical discipline that encompasses a wide range of topics related to the health impacts of human interactions with the environment. The AEC contributes to advocacy, education, and professional competencies for environmental public health professionals and those with a vested interest in this field.




2024 Annual Education Conference

September 22-25, 2024

Join us in beautiful Regina, Saskatchewan for the 88th CIPHI National Education Conference. Seize the chance to learn, collaborate, and network with partners and colleagues from across Canada.

The conference will allow you to earn a significant numbers of professional development hours to apply to you CIPHI continuing professional competencies annual profile.


Regina, Saskatchewan


Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Regina Downtown
1818 Victoria Avenue
Regina, SK, S4P 0R1

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Registration Coming Soon.


Planning is underway for the 2024 program that will have an array of topics that will be sure to meet the educational needs of all attendees, along with opportunities to network and connect. All times are Central Standard Time, and the schedule and times are subject to change.

Program at a Glance


Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts for the 2024 Annual Education Conference is now closed.

If you are interested in presenting and missed the deadline, please email for further information.


Thank you to our 2023 CIPHI National AEC Sponsors and Exhibitors! If you are interested in being a sponsor for 2024, click learn more.


Travel Information

Travelling to Regina is easy and convenient.

By Air: Regina International Airport (YQR) is the 15th busiest airport in Canada and connects the local community to many major Canadian markets.

By Land:  Regina is connected to several highways, including the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1), Highway 6, Highway 11, and Highway 33. These highways provide access to and from Regina, connecting the city to other major centers in Western Canada and beyond.


Where to Stay? (Coming Soon)

About the city

Small town intimacy meets big-city excitement in Regina, the home of beloved sports teams, fervent fans who don colourful costumes in tribute, and Scotty, the world’s largest Tyrannosaurus rex at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. There’s a trailblazing spirit here, where every tree has been hand-planted and independent entrepreneurship embraces Regina’s industrious and innovative character. The energy bubbles over into recreational adventures in Wascana Park, one of Canada’s largest urban parks and at the city’s popular outdoor music festivals—whether in summer sun or winter snow