The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) and the Quebec Evaluation Society (SQEP) cordially invite you to participate in and support its annual conference. Exhibiting at C2015 is an affordable way to connect with conference attendees active in the field of evaluation. Exhibitors provide a vital service in helping conference attendees learn about evaluation-related products and services.

See the complete exhibitor prospectus. For more information, do not hesitate to contact the sponsorship lead Frederic Bertrand at sponsorships@evaluationcanada.ca.

Exhibitors at C2015

Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation


The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation seeks to promote the theory and practice of program evaluation. To this end CJPE publishes full-length articles on all aspects of the theory and practice of evaluation and shorter Evaluation Practice Notes which share practical knowledge, experiences and lessons learned. A third section of the journal, Addressing Challenges in Evaluation Practice, presents real-life cases written by evaluation practitioners. The journal has a particular interest in articles reporting original empirical research on evaluation. CJPE is a completely bilingual journal, publishing in both English and French. Readership includes academics, practitioners and policymakers. CJPE attracts authors and readers internationally.

Centre de recherche et d’expertise en évaluation


CREXE is totally devoted to research and expertise in evaluation and offers consulting services to public organizations. Its principal activities are centred on policy and program evaluation, performance measurement and evaluation capacity building.

Consortium of Universities for Evaluation Education


The Consortium of Universities for Evaluation Education (CUEE) is a collaborative partnership among universities, government and the Canadian Evaluation Society for the purpose of building capacity in graduate-level education and training in Canada. CUEE is a voluntary association of institutions and programs that is dedicated to expanding graduate level opportunities for evaluation education and training across Canada. CUEE was created in 2008 as part of a multi-organizational strategy to increase opportunities for current and prospective evaluation professionals to acquire the knowledge and skills required to become evaluation practitioners. The Canadian Evaluation Society has implemented a program to credential evaluators – the Credentialed Evaluator designation includes a requirement for education and training that can be satisfied by successfully completing a graduate-level credential in evaluation.

École nationale d’administration publique


ENAP is one of the largest public administration universities in the world. Since its creation in 1969, it has positioned itself as a leader in the renewal of a modern and effective public administration in Quebec and abroad. It has set the standard in this field, in both academic and practitioner communities. ENAP is a branch of the Université du Québec network (10 institutions). It resulted from the desire to give Quebec an institution of higher learning dedicated to public management. Its mission is to contribute to the development of public administration as a field of both knowledge and practice. With five campuses(Montreal, Quebec, Trois-Rivières, SaguenayandOttawa), three service locations and an online courses offer increasing each year, ENAP is a leader in training assessment programs in Canada.

Professional Designations Program – CES Credentialed Evaluator (CE)


The CES plays a key role in contributing to the professionalization of evaluation practice across Canada. The CES Credentialed Evaluator (CE) designation is designed to supports professionalization efforts by defining, recognizing, and promoting the practice of ethical, high quality evaluation. The holder of the CE designation has provided convincing evidence of the education and experience required by the CES to be a competent evaluator. The process of obtaining the CE designation is rigorous, demanding, and introspective with maintenance requirements demonstrating commitment to the profession. CES celebrates Credentialed Evaluators by providing a public registry to promote competitive advantage.



Science-Metrix is an international research evaluation firm specializing in the assessment of science and technology (S&T) activities. We work for government, educational, non-profit or private organizations that perform scientific research or deal with S&T activity funding and management. Our services enable evidence-based decision-making, strategic planning, and outcome assessment processes.

SROI Canada Network


The SROI Canada Network provides social value creators, evaluators and investors, the language and tools to express social return on investment. SROI Canada builds a broad-based understanding of how social value is created and provides opportunities for every level of practitioner to build their own skill in relation to SROI. Through independent research, SROI Canada offers a hub of methodology and the only financial proxy database offering standardized measurement across Canada. With training and accreditation programs, SROI Canada is Moving the Conversation from Cost to Value, by measuring the impacts that really matter.

University of Waterloo – School of Public Health and Health Systems


The University of Waterloo – School of Public Health and Health Systems aspires to solve pressing problems and produce leaders for tomorrow. We aren’t satisfied with describing problems or theory; we want people who think differently, and can be agents for constructive change. We aim to inspire and empower others. Our ideas and education programs focus on producing healthy system transformation. Our Professional Programs include: Master of Health Evaluation, Master of Health Informatics and Master of Public Health. These flexible programs are offered fully online, full-time or part-time for the working professional.