CCSA’s Issues of Substance Conference

CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2021 Registration Information

Join addictions workers, healthcare professionals, researchers, knowledge brokers, policy and decision makers, and people with lived or living experience of substance use disorders for presentations and interactive learning workshops at Canada's premier national conference for the addiction field. 

All conference registrants are entitled to: 

•    Attend all virtual sessions
•    30 days of viewing access after the conference to all recorded presentations  

Registration Dates and Fees 

Opening of Online Registration

Individuals will be able to register online for CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2021 conference beginning Monday, May 3, 2021, at 12 p.m. PDT.   

How to Register 

Individuals may register for CCSA’s Issues of Substance 2021 through the CCSA Registration Portal 

Early Bird Registration

Registered and paid by Friday, October 22, 2021 

•    Early Bird Registration: $299
•    Early Bird Student Registration: $119  

General Registration

Registered and paid after Friday, October 22, 2021 

•    General Registration: $399
•    General Student Registration: $159    


To qualify for the student rate, students must provide proof of full-time registration as an undergraduate, master’s or doctoral student at a Canadian post-secondary institution in a program related to substance use or addiction. When you register, please upload a letter from your dean indicating your student status and select “Student Registration.”

Conference Presenter Registration

Please note that oral, workshop and poster presenters are required to pay registration fees and must do so by Monday July 19, 2021, to secure their spot on the program.

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