2017 CNS Support

CNS provides great opportunities to support our educational and advocacyinitiatives in 2017.

The CNS Annual Conference is a forum for the presentation of scientific research covering that includes basic research, regulatory, and clinical nutrition community. In addition to an excellent learning environment, experts, opinion leaders and participants benefit from valuable networking opportunities.

The Food for Health Workshop is organized in conjunction with the annual conference, bringing together stakeholders covering food and health continuum producer, producer, processor, academia, government, medical and consumer. The goal is to break down silos and work together to improve the health of Canadians through diet and nutrition, share and learn from stakeholders on issues and hot topics, and contribute to the discussion and be heard by colleagues.

The CNS Thematic Conference is a one-day conference focusing on current progress on a defined subject. Participants learn about the issues and controversies of current major researchers. This meeting is held in Toronto in January of each year. The 2017 conference will be held on January 14 and will focus on Advances in Nutrition, Gut Health and the Microbiome.

Webinars meet the needs of busy professionals that are accessible from the comfort of your office. Hear leaders and opinion experts on a variety of subjects fundamental and applied nutrition.

CSS offers a series of Awards to deserving professionals and trainees. These awards recognize outstanding achievements, and inspire and motivate leadership of others in the field. 

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CNS Commitment to working with industry partners and sponsors

CNS is committed to maintaining responsible and transparent processes in all of its activities.  All CNS conference programming, educational initiatives and award recipients are reviewed and approved by respective CNS committees. As with all of our sector stakeholders, CNS considers and values industry partner and sponsor input, but retains all programmatic and editorial control.