Marketplace will be an interactive and engaging environment and will allow conference attendees to meet with booth staff and learn about their products and services.

CICan is happy to welcome the following exhibitors.

At Academica Group, we are driven by the singular mission of moving higher ed forward. With over 25 years of experience in Canadian postsecondary education, we provide market research and institutional consulting to help universities, colleges, and polytechnics become stronger than ever. Talk to us about how we can help or sign up for our sector-leading Academica Top Ten newsletter.
Booth: 112
ACBSP ignites a standard of excellence in higher education business accreditation. By evaluating aspects of leadership, strategic planning, relationships with stakeholders, quality of academic programs, faculty credentials, and educational support, ACBSP assesses whether or not business programs offer a rigorous educational experience and commitment to continuous quality improvement.
Booth: 410
Adventus.io is a marketplace and service provider for international student recruitment. We enable institutions, recruiters, and service providers to connect and help students make confident study decisions through a trusted platform.
Booth: 208
As an established leader in the career and technical education industry, American Technical Publishers (ATP) develops high-quality instructional materials used in education and technician-level training programs throughout the world.
Booth: 109
Anthology offers the largest EdTech ecosystem on a global scale, supporting over 150 million users in 80 countries. The company’s mission is to provide dynamic, data-informed experiences to the global education community so that learners and educators can achieve their goals.
Booth: 327
ApplyBoard empowers students everywhere by simplifying the study abroad search, application, and acceptance process to 1,500+ institutions across Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Ireland. ApplyBoard, headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, has helped 800,000+ students from 150+ countries since 2015.
Booth: 402-404
At Aramark, we know the power of excellent Service and Hospitality. With over 65 years of Higher Education experience, we’re not simply serving quality food, we’re serving worlds brought together. We’re not just setting tables, we’re sparking dialogues. We’re not just partners, we’re ingrained in your unique identity and vision—creating the best, most inspiring campus experience imaginable.
Booth: 403
AuraData is an information repository for employers and institutions to confirm the education claims or professional designations of an individual that has graduated at any Canadian University, College and/or Professional Association.
Booth: 114
Bow Valley College, founded in 1965, is the largest college in the Calgary area, with over 15,000 students. We open doors and minds to in-demand jobs across Canada. Our graduates contribute to the economy and community through careers in business, entertainment arts, technology, health care, social services, and more. We are proud to be named one of Alberta’s Top 80 employers and one of Canada’s Top 50 research colleges. Our innovative applied research, focused on health and health technology, educational technology, and social innovation, is helping shape the future of college education.
Booth: 321
Bow Valley College, Calgary and region’s only Comprehensive Community College, is leading a national research project to support the validation of Skills for Success, funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Skills for Success Program. The College is seeking partners to pilot a suite of evaluation and training resources designed to support success across education, training, and employment contexts.
Booth: 210
CAEL— the Canadian Academic English Language test—is a test designed to measure the English language proficiency of students planning to study in Canadian post-secondary institutions. We work closely with Canadian post-secondary institutions to work on the success of international students and their journey to Canada. CAEL is offered at test centres in Canada, China, the Philippines, UAE, India, and Hong Kong. CAEL can now also be taken at home, with CAEL Online, in some regions including Canada, Latin America and USA.
Booth: 121
Campus Living Centres is Canada’s largest provider of student housing, owning and/or managing over 35,000 beds. Through close collaboration with our 29 post-secondary partners, we ensure the residences we own and/or manage preserve the values and unique identity of each respective institution.
Booth: 204
A True Canadian Telecom Solution. Canadian SIM has partnered with Canada's telecom giant, Rogers, to provide Canada-bound students & newcomers with Canadian SIM card and phone number prior to their arrival. Our mission is to provide you with the comfort and convenience of connecting with your loved ones before you land in Canada. We look forward to welcoming you!
Booth: 323
CANARIE connects Canada to the world. Our programs equip researchers, students, and startups in Canada to excel on the global stage. Together with our 13 provincial and territorial partners, we form Canada’s National Research and Education Network (NREN). This ultra-high-speed network connects Canada’s researchers, educators, and innovators to each other and to global data, technology, and colleagues. To strengthen the security of Canada’s research and education sector, we collaborate with our partners in the NREN, government, academia, and the private sector to fund, implement, and support cybersecurity initiatives. We also provide identity management services to the academic community and boost Canada’s startups with cloud resources and expertise in emerging technologies.
Booth: 120
Sponsor: Lunch in Marketplace (May 1st)
Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL Canada) is the lead organization for work-integrated learning in Canada. CEWIL partners with post-secondary institutions, community members, employers, government, and students to champion work-integrated learning (WIL). WIL experiences normally include an engaged partnership between an academic institution, a host organization/employer, and a student.
Booth: 420
Visit the CICan Hub to connect with our team and uncover insights into our diverse programs and initiatives. Explore key priorities areas, sector research, and emerging trends while engaging in discussions with peers. This is your opportunity to participate in practical conversations that can deepen your understanding of our impact together as Canada’s largest post-secondary education network.
Booth: HUB
Deloitte provides audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax, and related services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. Deloitte’s dedicated public sector team is comprised of over 500 practitioners who have experience in matters affecting all levels of government and higher education.
Booth: 111
The Duolingo English Test is the world’s fastest-growing test of English proficiency, built on Duolingo’s experience teaching over 500 million users over 40 different languages. Accurate, secure, convenient and affordable, today, governments, businesses, and over 5,000 institutions around the world (including University of Toronto, Imperial College London, Yale, Trinity College Dublin) rely on the DET for their highest-stakes decisions.
Booth: 108
Sponsor: Stream
Education News Canada is part of the Jaguar Media Group. Our daily e-newsletter delivers the latest news and developments related to the education field. In addition to publishing press releases issued by universities, colleges, school boards, governments and other related organizations, we also conduct a thorough press review coming from Canada’s online national, regional and local news sources."
Booth: 309
Inspire Democracy is a program developed by Elections Canada that works to reduce barriers to voting for underrepresented Canadians. Our studies have shown that certain groups of Canadians face barriers to participating in elections. These identified groups include: youth, new Canadians, Indigenous and persons with disabilities. We also work with emerging groups experiencing barriers like official language minority groups and the LGBTQIA+ community. Our work aims to establish contact with organizations that work with these groups to provide information, resources and communications in order to better their experiences during federal elections.
Booth: 226
Global Wales is a partnership that includes Welsh universities and colleges, Welsh Government, British Council Wales, and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales. It provides a strategic, collaborative approach to international higher and further education and raising awareness about Wales, expanding international partnerships, and promoting our institutions in key overseas markets.
Booth: 123
GuardMe is a solutions-focused insurance provider for international students, staff, and schools. We provide solutions that make a difference in people's lives. With a focus on respect, integrity, compassion, and collaboration, many of our partners have been with us for decades. Let's see how we can work together.
Booth: 302-304
Sponsor: Closing Gala
Honeywell Building Automation is transforming the way buildings operate to help improve the quality of life. Our hardware, software and analytics help create safe, efficient and productive facilities. Our solutions and services are used in more than 10 million buildings worldwide.
Booth: 103
At iCent - supporting your students is our passion. This enterprise platform offers feature-rich functions within a convenient mobile app, combined with in-person and remotely staffed programs that help International Offices achieve greater productivity and scale, all while assisting students at each critical juncture of their study with you. To learn more about why iCent is trusted at over a 1000 campuses globally, book a free demo today!
Booth: 427-429
Sponsor: B2B Zone
IDP is a leader in global education services and specializes in combining human expertise and a leading digital platform to help students enroll in their ideal program and help institutions meet their goals. The strategic partner of choice for institutions seeking engaged student communities, IDP is powered by an expansive omnichannel platform, and our unparalleled student behavior data, market knowledge, and global reach provide you with the tools and insight needed to advance your institution.
Booth: 203-205
The Government of Canada’s International Experience Canada (IEC) program manages youth mobility arrangements and agreements that allow Canadian youth, aged 18-35, to obtain a work permit to work and travel in over 30 partner countries and foreign territories for up to two years, depending on country-specific requirements. IEC facilitates reciprocal work and travel opportunities meaning youth citizens from these countries may also come to Canada to do the same, allowing youth domestically and internationally to develop both personally and professionally.
Booth: 228
Sponsor: Refreshment Break (April 30 - Morning)
Join us in prioritizing student wellbeing. Discover our keep.meSAFE Student Support Program at CICan 2024 - a comprehensive mental health initiative offering 24/7 counseling, personalized support, and extensive resources entirety for students. Embrace a healthier, supportive educational environment. Your student's wellbeing is our commitment.
Booth: 305
Based at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU), Magnet is Canada’s only Digital Community Workforce System. Magnet connects labour market supply and demand to support the vision of an effective and well-coordinated employment and training system in partnership with a community of government, employment, industry, and enterprise organizations. Magnet’s innovative approach brings together various technologies, creating a dynamic and ever-evolving digital solution that inclusively connects organizations and businesses with talent and abundant opportunities.
Booth: 329
Sponsor: Keynote (Linda Nazareth - April 29)
REES (Respect, Educate, Empower Survivors) is a trauma-informed online platform for reporting sexual violence on campus. REES is reduces barriers to reporting, provides multiple reporting option and gathers data to mitigate risks and inform prevention. It can also be adapted for reporting bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination on campus.
Booth: 426
RTOERO is the largest national provider of non-profit group health benefits for education workers and retirees. Our services include competitive health insurance plans, retirement planning resources, various discounts, social connections, and advocacy. We welcome everyone from the early years, schools and school boards, post-secondary or any other capacity in education.
Booth: 405
The S’TEṈISTOLW̱ Conference will be held August 20-23, 2024 on the territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples in beautiful Victoria, BC. Register today for our exclusive cultural pre-conference on land and water, Songhees catered dinner, and three enriching days centered within Indigenous education. Secure your spot now at stenistolw.ca.
Scion is the leading student housing advisory team in Canada. We provide market/demand studies, housing strategy development, P3 Advisory, and help navigate government requirements and policies for student housing. Working with more than 50 higher education institutions in Canada including dozens of Colleges we bring the housing expertise that you need for your students.
Booth: 303
Scotiabank is Canada’s international bank with close to 25 million customers and over 2,700 branches around the world. The Scotiabank Student GIC Program can help you meet the study permit requirements of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada faster by showing proof of funds – and provide you with access to money to help pay for living expenses while you’re studying in Canada. Scotiabank also offers bank accounts and credit cards for international students.
Booth: 408
Student VIP is Canada's first student health insurance provider trailblazing inclusive, accessible and barrier free health care services for international and domestic students. We're helping institutions just like yours navigate the health care requirements of the Registered International Framework with ease and confidence.
Booth: 127
250+ global institutions already use Studiosity to deliver ethical, formative feedback at scale. With our customized AI-powered, learner-centric ‘Plus’ service, all students can benefit from formative feedback in minutes. Students receive personalized feedback, while actionable insight is accessible to partners. Together, we can increase life chances for every student.
As a trusted partner, the TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Program is dedicated to CICan members, get access to preferred insurance rates on car, home, condo and tenant coverage. TD Insurance is the leading direct response insurance group in Canada, offering quality insurance products for over 75 years. From getting a quote to filing a claim, TD’s knowledgeable advisors will work to find options that best suit you.
Booth: 102
The Ambassador Platform is student recruitment redefined. A new way to amplify your student voice, and show future students what life at your institution is really like.
Booth: 202
The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is a national not-for-profit working to improve mental health outcomes for all people in Canada. The MHCC delivers research, programs, training, and tools that support mental health in communities and workplaces, including championing The National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students.
Booth: 122
Vretta-Lyryx specializes in creating award-winning, interactive learning and assessment solutions that are revolutionizing the way students engage with mathematics. Vretta’s vision is a world where everyone enjoys mathematics and they accomplish this vision by creating immersive technology experiences that inspire and empower every learner and teacher in the world.
Booth: 311
World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a leading Canadian international development organization focusing in three programmatic areas: Economic Opportunities, Education, and Empowerment. Our vision is a better world for youth - a world where all young people, especially women are empowered to secure a good quality of life for stronger families and communities. Active on more than 100 college, CEGEP, and university campuses, WUSC’s Local Committees make up the largest network of student groups in Canada who are dedicated to international and forced migration issues. Through their engagement, Local Committee members promote and support WUSC’s Student Refugee Program (SRP), public engagement, and international volunteering initiatives.
Booth: 110

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