Welcome to GeoRegina 2014
January 31, 2014
Deadline for on-line submission of abstracts
February 28, 2014
Notification of abstract acceptance
June 2, 2014
Deadline for on-line submission of technical papers for consideration
June 30, 2014
Notification of paper acceptance (format and editorial comments for required revisions will be provided)
July 18, 2014
Deadline for on-line submission of final edited technical papers
July 31, 2014
Early-bird delegate registration deadline
August 28, 2014
Book your hotel room at the Delta Regina by this date to ensure availability
September 28, 2014
Conference opens with short courses, technical tour and Icebreaker Reception
September 29 - October 1, 2014
Plenary, technical and special sessions

Welcome to GeoRegina 2014! 
Welcome to GeoRegina 2014! We look forward to hosting you in the heart of Canada's prairies - Regina, Saskatchewan.

Draft Plenary and Technical Program Now Available! 
The GeoRegina 2014 draft technical program is now available and can be downloaded from our Conference Program page! Stay tuned to the website as additional Technical Program details emerge!

Thanks to our Sponsors - Packages and Event Sponsorships Still Available 
We would like to thank our generous Georegina 2014 sponsors that continue to support the CGS conferences, as well as new ones that are participating for the first time. There are still many options available starting at just $500.

Add a Short Course at GeoRegina 2014 
Enhance your GeoRegina 2014 delegate experience with a short course on Sunday, September 28. Register by September 1 for early pricing discounts.

Join our Technical Tours  
Three regional and local tours are available to GeoRegina 2014 delegates on September 28 and will highlight Saskatchewan geotechnical expertise.

GeoRegina 2014 Trade Exhibition Sold Out, Inquire About Being a Digital Exhibitor! 
The GeoRegina 2014 Trade Exhibition is now sold out however we are still offering the opportunity to be a Digital Exhibitor! Digital exhibitors will have their logo and product slides projected in high visibility areas for great exposure!

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The Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS) invites you to GeoRegina 2014, the 67th Canadian Geotechnical Conference. The conference will be held at the Delta Regina Hotel, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada from Sunday, September 28 to Wednesday, October 1, 2014.

The theme for GeoRegina 2014, “Engineering for the Extremes” will highlight current trends in geotechnical engineering by addressing increasingly complex problems under more extreme operating conditions. The organizers intend to bring a focus to local challenges, such as climate, expansive clays, and permafrost, in the face of unprecedented economic and population growth. The technical program will offer opportunities for delegates to explore various examples ranging from environment damage to rehabilitation of failing infrastructure. We hope to present a conference where innovative, multidisciplinary solutions and best practices for dealing with extreme engineering challenges are openly shared and discussed. In keeping with CGS practice, challenging and informative workshops, seminars and tours will be offered in conjunction with the conference, along with a Partners Program that will highlight local and regional activities. The official languages of the conference are English and French.

Known as a city with Infinite Horizons, this community slogan reflects both the vastness of space and momentum of our current growth. We welcome you to a city that has gone from prairie field to one of Canada’s fastest growing cities.

The Delta Regina hotel is located in the heart of downtown Regina and within walking distance of the city’s many landmarks including Wascana Park and the Legislature Building, Victoria Park, Casino Regina housed in the old Union Station, and numerous shops and restaurants. Delegates and their guests may also choose to visit popular tourist attractions such as the RCMP Heritage Centre, Globe Theatre, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina Symphony Orchestra, Government House and Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.