ICTC2017: 15th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference - Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017  

2017 Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
“Disruption ⇒ New Realities, New Opportunities”

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, Allstream Centre, Toronto

Featuring the presentation of the 2017 ICTA Awards.
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The conference will be followed by our 2017 Broker Forum.

 
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