Welcome (bienvenue) to the virtual 30th meeting of the Atlantic Division of the CAG.
Because the Covid-19 pandemic continues to create a great deal of uncertainty, Mount Allison University has elected to host this meeting in a virtual format. There are some clear advantages to hosting a meeting with virtual elements, for example, reducing CO2 emissions and eliminating travel costs. We will get back to the 'human touch' of in-person meetings in the future, but for now, we look forward to inviting you to this virtual meeting, to exchange ideas and to reconnect.
Presentations will be Zoom-based and scheduled over two days, Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of November, 2021. This meeting is free (yes, free!) to attend, but whether you are a student or researcher, a professional, or a community member, we ask that you click on the "Register" link in the right-hand side to complete and email us the conference registration form.
The following is a link to the virtual Stuart Semple Award presentation to Dr. Michael Fox (December 23rd, 2021):
Please also join or renew your membership in the Canadian Association of Geographers before attending the ACAG meeting,. Membership in the CAG entitles you to access the Canadian Geographer, enjoy discounts when registering for the annual CAG meetings, and other benefits. Students: you will be able to register at a discounted rate!
Our special keynote speaker is Dr. Andrew MacDougall (St. FX), who will be presenting both live on campus and as a special stream available to ACAG participants. Click on the image below to access the presentation: