Join us for an evening of food, fun and networking!
- Let’s celebrate! Be there as we recognize 2014-19 project achievements
- What’s next for ReMAP? We’ll officially kick-off ReMAP 2.0 and the new project cohort
- Smart Cities driving innovation? Learn about one Smart-Town in Southern Ontario using disruptive technologies to improve the standard of living in their community from Keynote, Jason Reynar, Chief Administrative Officer of the Town of Innisfil
- Get a sneak peak of the 2019 International Conference for Electronics Enabling Technologies (ICEET) co-located with the ReMAP AGM – early bird registration details below
- Network with industry leaders.Collision opportunities with ReMAP partners, business leaders, and leading researchers who are shaping the future of technology developed in Canada.
Hear from Keynote, Jason Reynar, CAO, Town of Innisfil
When: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Where: ventureLAB, IBM Markham Convergence Centre
3600 Steeles Avenue East, Markham, Ontario
Register: Pre-registration required
About Jason Reynar
Rapidly improving our quality of life through local government innovation is Jason’s passion. As a lawyer, he navigates through the haze of regulation to find practical—and sometimes disruptive—ways to deliver services, such as a public transit system powered by a ride-sharing app. As the Chief Administrative Officer of the Town of Innisfil (Ontario, Canada), Jason leads a team of dedicated public servants that strive to create an organization and community that is authentic, collaborative and creative. When he’s not re-imagining how government works, Jason (and his family) enjoy all that Lake Simcoe has to offer.
Jason educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Criminal Justice and Public Policy from the University of Guelph; a Bachelor of Laws and Masters in Law (Municipal Specialization) from Osgoode Hall Law School; and, a Master in Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business.