April – December 2014

National Meetings Industry Day
Apr 10 all-day

Thursday April 10th is National Meetings Industry Day across Canada. The day is marked with programs in many Canadian cities hosted and organized by MPI (Meeting Professionals International) and supported by many event and meeting planning associations. CAPS has been been involved in organizing some of these events through our members and volunteers.

These events are great opportunities to network with meeting planners from your local area while enjoying insightful programming on opportunities within the meetings industry. If this networking event interests you, check out the website at to find out what is happening in your local area. Registration can be found at the link provided.

2014 NSA Convention
Jun 29 – Jul 2 all-day

Visit the NSA website for more information


2014 CAPS Convention
Dec 5 – Dec 8 all-day

Visit for more information.

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Veet’s Don’t risk dudeness dud: lessons from a consumer backlash

April 15, 2014 - Mary Charleson

  I have to preface this weeks post with an admission that I’ve secretly feared Veet (previously called Neet) ever since I was 13. And it’s not because of some misguided teen hair removal exercise. One of my friends had Neet put in her hair during a high school initiati…

An Invitation to Your Preferred Future

April 15, 2014 - Stephanie Staples

This week I bring you my ‘sexy-rock-star voice’ aka (voice with a cold), nonetheless my guest Richard Lannon, founder of helps me out. Richard is a business strategist and pathfinder. He works with business leaders and their teams to help set p…

Results Of 2014 Pause Readership Survey

April 14, 2014 - Patricia Katz

Consider this a heartfelt thank you to all who responded to the 2014 Pause Ezine Readership Survey. I so appreciate your taking the time to share your thoughts. It helps a great deal for me to know what Pause means to you, and how you think it could be improved. For those wh…

3 Signs that You Need to Speak Up

April 13, 2014 - Marion Grobb Finkelstein

You have a natural way of communicating. A way that feels most comfortable to you and that you slip into easily. Here's the rub ... Sometimes your natural way of communicating doesn't serve you best. Recently, I've seen this upswell of support for introverted behaviour.
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