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CCC 2017 October 21 - 24, 2017 Vancouver, BC

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Federal Minister of Health, Ginette Petitpas Taylor, to address delegates during CCC kick-off on Saturday, October 21.

Ms. Petitpas Taylor will address delegates on the topic of healthy eating as part of the official kick-off session on Saturday, October 21, from 8:45 am – 10:30 am (PDT) at the Vancouver Convention Centre (Rooms 211-214).

Following Ms. Petitpas Taylor’s presentation is an address by Dr. Julio Montaner who revolutionized drug therapy for HIV/AIDS. Doors to the room will be open at 8:30 am, with opening remarks beginning promptly at 8:45 am.

Please check the CCC program app for changes to Saturday morning program timing.


Make the most of your time with our CCC 2017 planning tools!

As a delegate, you have unlimited access to the programming from each of our educational partners.

The CCC Final Programme App will make planning your time at the CCC a breeze. Download the free App today for your device! This link is responsive to the device you are actively using and will help facilitate your download of the 2017 CCC App

What other tools are available to help you plan your time?

The Supplement in print format on site and PDF format through CJC online.


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The 2017 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) is full of rich content, with world-class speakers, and the best networking opportunities within the cardiovascular community!

Advanced Registration rates have ended. Regular Registration rates are now in effect.

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What’s in Store for CCC 2017

Want to learn more about what is going on at CCC?

The Final Programme is available for viewing and exploration! Have you taken a look? It is full of information about Congress, with 85% of the Final Programme content. This includes plenary and workshop session descriptions, learning objectives, speakers and their biographies.

Take this opportunity to delve into the Final Programme and use the searchable toolbar to locate those sessions topics that are especially interesting and valuable to you! Explore sessions and plan a customized schedule specific to your personal and professional interests. Join us in Vancouver to hear from your mentors, to learn from the experiences of top researchers and clinicians, and to network with colleagues, trainees and industry alike!

Regular registration rates will be in effect beginning Wednesday, September 27, 00:00 (EDT). We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver this October.

We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver this October.


The 2017 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress

The 2017 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress (CCC) is being held at the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, BC from Saturday, October 21 to Tuesday, October 24, 2017.

Year after year, CCC continues to grow by bringing returning and new delegates to different locations across the country. The importance of the CCC is always expressed by attendees after the event: It’s the most essential networking event of the year and the best opportunity to stay up-to-date on the latest Canadian research, policy and practice in the field, making it one of Canada’s longest running medical meetings for a reason.


About Vancouver

Vancouver is home to some of Canada’s most spectacular scenery and experiences. Where else can you walk downtown, hop on a boat, ski and go whale watching?

The Greater Vancouver area is the third most populous metropolitan area in the Canada and the most populous in Western Canada. Vancouver is also considered one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in North America. There are a variety of restaurant, entertainment and retail options and a vibrant nightlife, as well as a wide selection of CCC 2017 Hotels for our delegates.


Michelle Graham

“The transformation and evolution of the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress continues as we focus on you, and your educational experience...watch for the Preliminary Programme, available soon! You really don't want to miss CCC 2017 in Vancouver.”

Michelle Graham, présidente du comité du programme scientifique