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FOMO? Come to CSEE-CBA 2023 Winnipeg #beepeg2023

By popular demand, and because all ‘Peggers like a good discount, we are extending the Paper Submission and Early-Registration fee period until Monday, April 10th (11:59 CT) for the annual joint meeting of Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution and the Canadian Botanical Association (11-14 June 2023 in Winnipeg MB).

Given strong demand for podium presentations, we encourage everyone who has not yet submitted a paper to request a lightning talk or a poster presentation, and we especially encourage CBA and CSEE students who are interested in participating in the student paper award competitions.

When registering for the conference, we strongly recommend obtaining a ticket for the opening reception at the WAG / Qaumajuq Inuit Art Gallery (free), the Public Plenary at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (free) by Dr. Allyson Menzies on “Prioritizing Indigenous values in environmental monitoring and wildlife conservation”, and the ‘Soirée à Le Patio 340’ with an informal but delicious outdoor (weather permitting) picnic, live auction, CSEE and CBA awards, and a live band or DJ at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain. At $60 for faculty & professionals, and a deeply discounted $35 for students and postdocs, this is an excellent way to spend an evening with old and new friends.

Also, don’t forget to check out the June 11 workshops and field trips!

Other excellent reasons to attend include our comprehensive, science-based COVID-19 policy that has generated rave reviews and the on-site child-minding service that enables your children to have fun while you participate in the meeting! There's no better way to share some amazing science than to place it in the context of a highly enjoyable week.

If you have already registered and want to add an event (the opening reception, Public Plenary, the closing Soirée, a workshop or a field trip) to your registration, email us at

Help us “Keep Winnipeg Weird”

Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution AND Canadian Botanical Association

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