Chapter Events

We host several events throughout the year for members and non-members.

Upcoming Events

See below for information on our upcoming AGM and learning event.

Annual General Meeting 

The Annual General Meeting took place on September 13, 2019. The 2018/2019 Annual Report is available below.

 Annual Reports

 

Evaluation Cafe

Evaluation cafe is a chapter-supported networking and learning forum for evaluators in Alberta and Northwest Territories. Members and non-members with similar interests meet to share their passion for the profession, aspirations for future development broadly or around a specific topic in a casual, conversational setting. Typically, evaluation cafes are held in two major cities – Edmonton and Calgary. Members expressed their interests in hosting cafes in other cities and rural areas at the 2018 AGM. In line with this, the CES AB/NWT Board is pleased to extend eval cafes beyond Edmonton and Calgary and encourages non-board members to host cafes within their respective professional community to strengthen connectivity among evaluators.

If you are interested in organizing a cafe, please contact CES AB/NWT at [email protected] for further details and obtaining a confirmation on the budget.

Annual Christmas Luncheons

Annual Christmas Luncheons are usually held in December or January in both Edmonton and Calgary.

Annual National Conference

Each year, the Canadian Evaluation Society presents a National Conference. The 2017 conference was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the 2018 conference took place in Calgary. Further details can be found here.

Essential Skills Series

See our Professional Development page for more information on the Essential Skills Series.

Past Events

NWT Evaluation Symposium - May 31 - Jun 1, 2018

In 2018, the Alberta/NWT Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society and Dedats’eetsaa: the Tłı̨chǫ Research & Training Institute of the Tłı̨chǫ Government co-hosted the NWT Evaluation Symposium.  The Symposium took place May 31 to June 1 in Yellowknife, on Chief Drygeese Territory, home of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation.  The event was attended by more than 115 participants from across Canada and around the world, and was the first of its kind in the NWT.

Symposium Report & Program

Symposium Presentations:

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