Registration for the conference is closed.  If you wish to register, please email Kari Chiappetta directly at  

Vendor Tables

A limited number of vendor tables are available at the conference at a rate of $250 for the entire conference.

There is a limit of 2 persons per day at each booth as the fee covers the cost of refreshment breaks and lunch.

If you would like to reserve a vendor table, please complete the online registration and indicate that you are a vendor.

Non-Profit Information Tables

A limited number of information tables are available at the conference for free.

The expectation is that all those staffing the information booths will be PAID DELEGATES of the conference.

If you would like to request an information table please contact Kari directly at 

Hotel Accommodations 

  • A block of rooms has been placed on hold at the the Holiday Inn
  • Please quote conference Code AG7 when booking.
  • Rooms must be booked prior to January 25, 2020 in order to guarantee availability and room rate. CUT OFF DATE FOR HOTEL ROOMS EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 1, 2020
  • Please call 705-522-3000  to book your room.

10th Annual Anishinabek G7 FASD Conference 

FASD: Honouring our Roots

Wednesday February 26 - Friday February 28, 2020

Holiday Inn 

1696 Regent Street, Sudbury ON

Registration Fee: $300 (includes lunch and refreshment breaks)
Bursaries may be available  to caregivers of a child/youth with an FASD diagnosis or designated at risk at an FASD clinic.  If you meet these criteria, please click the bursary request area in the registration section.

Click here to download conference poster

Click here to download conference agenda

Keynotes and Workshops  

A variety of keynote addresses, plenary sessions and workshops will be held during the conference.  Session topics will include:

  • Raising Children & Youth in the complicated world of Sexuality
  • Updates from the CanFASD Research Network
  • This is our Journey:  Life with FASD
  • Mino Bimaadiziwin with FASD
  • Two Canoes, One River:A Journey through alcoholism and FASD; importance of early diagnosis and access to cultural supports and programs
  • FASD Groups & Acceptance Commitment Training (ACT)
  • “Game-bling!:  When gambling meets gaming”

For more information contact

Kari Chiappetta