Join us at the AAO Conference in Thunder Bay, Ontario from May 13-15, 2020. Thunder Bay is built on the traditional territory of the Ojibwe people of Fort William First Nation, signatory to the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850. This area is also recognized as a historic Métis settlement.
The theme of the conference is Building Bridges, Connecting Communities.
AAO members and conference attendees are invited to participate in online discussions via social media by using the official conference hashtag #aao20conf.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Chair of Local Arrangements Committee
The following table summarizes how refunds will be processed if the AAO cancels the Annual Conference and/or if participants cancel their conference registration:
|Cancellation of Conference by AAO||Full refund|
|Cancellation by registrant up to one week prior to the event||Refund,less 20% cancellation charge to cover administrative cost|
|Cancellation by registrant one week to 48 hours prior to the event||Refund, less 50% cancellation charge to cover administrative cost|
|Cancellation by registrant less than 48 hours prior to the event||No refund|
|Registrant did not attend the conference without any notification||No refund|
The AAO reserves the right to change/modify or cancel any event. AAO’s liability is limited to the paid registration fee and will not be liable for incidental costs including (but not limited to) hotel and travel fare.
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