Social activities

Evaluation in a changing world

June 19 to 21, 2023; workshops on June 17 and 18; international sharing on June 22

Here is the social program of C2023

How to register?

Registration to social events is included in the registration process for the in-person components of C2023.

Sunday evening
Opening reception

Join us in the reception hall of the Hilton de Québec for an evening of networking. Music and a special guest! The cost of this activity is included in your registration.

Walking tours

Historical walking tours in Quebec City. Discover Canada's birthplace by joining us on a walking tour of Quebec City. An experience not to be missed!  In respect of the Indigenous land and culture where Quebec now sits, this tour will shed light on Canada’s history from early French settlers in Quebec up to the 21st Century with an emphasis on 1867 and the creation of Canada. The guide will offer original insights into local economy, religious practices, national linguistic rights and recent political challenges! The guide will provide you with a wealth of information about local activities and off-the-beaten-path destinations. 

Five walking tours are offered.

Tours require a minimum of 7 and a maximum of 20 individuals. 

Seated tour

Mini-conference (reduced mobility) in English on June 19 from 5pm to 6pm ($15)

Private and customized lesson on Quebec City in the context of the history of Canada. If you are keen to learn about the rich history of Quebec City but prefer to do so seated in the comfort of the hotel or you have reduced mobility, this "tour" is for you! A wealth of historical facts and fascinating anecdotes awaits you, don’t miss out! The event requires a minimum of 7 and a maximum of 20 individuals.

Monday from 8pm
Hospitality suite

Come spend some quality social time with friends and colleagues in a relaxed environment. There may even be some arcade game involved!

Tuesday 5:30pm-10:30pm

Traditional Huron-Wendat Aboriginal dinner and evening guided tour ($75 including transportation and all gratuities). Bus leaves from hotel at 5pm and returns at 10:30pm.

Join us for an unforgettable evening in the traditional Indigenous village of the Huron-Wendat. Located on the Huron-Wendat community, the Huron Traditional Site is a unique opportunity to discover the history, the culture and the lifestyle of Wendats of the past and of today. This visit will include a 3-course meal: traditional soup, discovery plate, dessert and a beverage (coffee, soft drink, beer, juice). Three activities will also be offered: guided tour, tales and legends, making a medicine wheel. The Huron Traditional Site is located 15 minutes north of downtown Quebec City. Act quickly - this event is limited to 75 people


What could be better than sharing a meal and discussing evaluation... and any other subject that gets your juices going. Dine-around-town dinners allow small groups to get together in a relaxed atmosphere and to talk freely.