8th International Conference & Workshop on Lobster Biology & Management (ICWL 2007)
Venue: Delta Prince Edward hotel
|Event Date/Time: Sep 23, 2007||End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2007|
Charlottetown has one of the most unique histories as a meeting place, and good prospects for successfully meeting expectations for this lobster conference series. After all, its first major meeting resulted in the birth of a nation: Canada. The Charlottetown conference promises to be an exciting opportunity for Prince Edward Island to showcase to the world its many attributes including the famous Prince Edward Island down home hospitality! Prince Edward Island is world-renowned for the distinctive flavour and high quality of its seafoods. Not only does this smallest of all Canadian provinces have a tremendous lobster industry with annual landings of more than 9,000 metric tonnes, but products such as Malpeque oysters and PEI blue mussels are indigenous to Prince Edward Island and synonymous with the highest quality. This is why we are holding the conference back-to-back with the International PEI Shellfish Festival. And don’t forget to bring your golf club… After all, Prince Edward Island is the best golf destination in Canada with over 30 golf courses!
For more information about the conference, don’t hesitate to contact Barry MacPhee (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jean Lavallée (email@example.com) directly, or you can check the website on a regular basis as the site is changing and evolving as more details of the conference are put in place, at:
We hope to see and meet as many people as possible involved in lobster fisheries from across the globe, in Charlottetown in September 2007!