Location: Delta Hotel Toronto Airport & Conference Centre in Toronto
Theme: Connected by Complexity & Design
April 6, 2019 – Pre-Conference Workshops (optional)
April 7 – 9, 2019 – National Leaders Conference
Learn more and register: Conference webpage 
Download the Conference Floor Plan here.

Conference Schedule:
We recommend you download the SCHED app on your smartphone or tablet from the App Store (Apple or Android) rather than viewing it on your laptop. Once downloaded, search for 2019 CAIS National Leaders Conference. You can also view it below but it may not always reflect the latest changes. 
avatar for Hal Hannaford

Hal Hannaford

Selwyn House School
Hal Hannaford began his educational career as a student at Lower Canada College in Montréal, and has spent his entire professional life in education. Hal is entering his 30th year as a Headmaster in CAIS schools. He studied at Queen[?]s University (Economics), Concordia University (B. Comm.), University of Toronto (B. Ed.), and The European Institute of Business Administration (M.B.A.). Hal was Director of Kilcoo Camp from 1982 – 1984, and as a teacher; he has had experience at both an elementary and high school level in Canada (Crescent School); and at university where he was a member of the Faculty of International Business at the American University in Paris. He was the founding Headmaster of Kingsway College School in Toronto in 1989. He joined Royal St. George[?]s College in 1996 as Headmaster, and remained until December, 2008. In January, 2009 he become Headmaster of Selwyn House School in Montréal. He has a keen interest in athletics, public speaking, auctioneering (has raised over $30,000,000 for charitable causes), landscaping, drumming, and has a musical passion for The Blues. Hal and his wife Susan, a writer, live in Montréal and have two children; Alisse, a medical student at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai in New York, and Reid, a film maker in New York who just graduated from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.