IR Leader
July 09, 2019
Couldn't attend CIRI's 2019 Annual Conference? Sessions are now available via webcast!

CIRI has received great feedback from the Annual Conference. Check out sessions developed by Canada's leading IROs to help you build a knowledgeable, credible and insightful IR program.

Click here to purchase the complete Conference Package (all sessions).
Members:          $395 + tax
Non-members:  $695 + tax

Click here and enter '2019' in the search field to browse the list of Conference webcasts to purchase sessions individually.
Members:          $49 + tax
Non-members:  $69 + tax

Conference delegates - Remember that you have access to these webcasts as a benefit of registration. Simply refer to the previous Conference communications for the login details.

Thank you to Cision for sponsoring the webcasting services.

Check out this year's photos!
There were many memorable moments at this year's Conference. Take a look at our photo gallery to see your favourites. 

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CIRI is pleased to inform you that new job opportunities are available in Quebec and British Columbia.

CIRI members can click here to view the postings. You must be logged in as this is a 'Members Only' benefit.

Are you looking to create or fill a position in your company or for a client? Here's an effective way to reach CIRI members who are looking for new challenges in investor relations.

Members may submit a job posting free of charge. Non-members may submit a job posting for $150+HST.

To submit a job posting, contact Kaitlin Davis at or (416) 364-8200.

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