Council of Chief Information Officers
The role of Chief Information Officer has transformed in recent years.
Investing in the latest technology doesn’t guarantee success on its own.
How will you lead your organization through massive digital change?
The Conference Board of Canada’s Council of Chief Information Officers (CCIO) helps members discover how CIOs are advancing their organizations in the new digital economy.
Who Should Join?
CCIO is for senior leaders responsible for managing their organization’s information technology.
Members are committed to enhancing their practices—and their organizations’ performance—through our peer-to-peer networking, professional development opportunities, and research services.
- To be a place where peers support each other and exchange experiences, knowledge, and ideas about information technology and information management
- To challenge members to a higher level of thinking by stimulating discussion on issues and concerns in the field
- To be a sounding board for research projects that the Conference Board may undertake
Benefits of Membership
|Access an exclusive, independent network of senior information executives from major public and private sector organizations.||Discover how other leading-edge organizations are managing the challenge of change.||Exchange views on the issues facing corporate management in a relaxed, forthright, and interactive manner.||Access knowledge from invited Canadian and foreign experts.|
For more information about the Council of Chief Information Officers or to arrange for a guest invitation to attend one of our meetings, please contact our team.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; after hours, please send an e-mail.
British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.
Business Development Bank of Canada
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Canada Revenue Agency
Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited
Canadian Blood Services
Canadian Internet Registration Authority
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Employment and Social Development Canada
G3 Canada Limited
Farm Credit Canada
George Brown College
General Dynamics Mission Systems-Canada
High Liner Foods Inc.
Irving Oil Limited
J.D. Irving Limited
Parts for Trucks
TELUS Communications Inc.
The Conference Board of Canada
Vice-President, IT and Business Transformation
I joined the Council in 2019 and haven’t looked back. The value I continue to receive from membership has helped inform key initiatives, operational obstacles, and most importantly provide the opportunity to make connections with CIO’s from across Canada who are facing similar opportunities and challenges as I am. As a member, I also have the opportunity to give back through presentations and interaction during and outside of regular council meetings. I’d recommend the council to anyone looking for an opportunity to further develop their network and actively engage in a safe exchange of ideas and best practices.
I’m excited to be a part of an organization whose focus is Canada first! The Council acts as a forum for industry experts, encouraging debates and sharing knowledge. Through this collaborative approach, members play a key role in furthering the Council’s mandate and supporting the growth of Canada’s businesses and global economic footprint.
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Cyber Security and Data Management
November 7–8, 2023 • Montreal, QC
February 7, 2024 • Virtual
Resilience and Business Continuity
May 2024 • Location TBC
May 17–18, 2023 • Toronto, ON
On-shore and Off-shore Operating Models/Service Provider Lock-in
February 8, 2023 • Virtual
Cloud and Distributed Work Model
November 2–3, 2022 • Calgary, Alberta