CanUUdle XVIII (2018) – Hamilton, Ontario

CanUUdle Registration is now open! Register by April 30.

You’ve reached the CanUUdle registration page – the registration form is below. This year, all CanUUdle program info is on the CUC Conference Website. Please consult the site before registering.

New to youth cons? Unsure about attending CanUUdle? Click here to find out what other youth have said about their con experiences and why they think you should come to CanUUdle.

CanUUdle 2018 takes place Friday, May 18 at 5:00 pm – Monday, May 21, 2018 at 12:30 pm at the First Unitarian Church of Hamilton (Haudensaunee and Anishnaabeg Territory).  The church address is 170 Dundurn St S, Hamilton, ON.

Some CanUUdle events will also take place at the CUC Conference, at McMaster University.

Forms: All youth under 18 must submit an Informed Consent form signed by their parent/guardian. All adult advisors must provide a signed Congregational Involvement Form. This year, all forms can be signed online – it’s easy! After registering, go to the Forms Page.

Cost: 
Sliding scale registration (Feb 9 – April 30): $80 – $140*
The registration fee includes all meals, programs, transportation and accommodation (at the church) between Friday evening and Monday lunch. Payment methods: online through PayPal or by phone with a credit card.

Subsidies: We want YOU to be able to attend CanUUdle! We offer help with registration and travel costs through the Youth and Young Adult Subsidy Fund. Applications are online and are accepted and reviewed bi-weekly up to April 30. Visit the Subsidies page to read more and apply!

*About Sliding Scale Pricing:

We try to make this gathering as financially accessible as possible – with a sliding scale fee and subsidies available.  Sliding scale allows you to choose how much you are able to pay for registration – between $80 and $140 – depending on your travel costs, and what you or your family can afford. If you are unsure how much you should be paying, here are a few words about sliding scale to think about:

“When I pay more, I know that I am helping others to access the event. When I pay in the middle, I know I am helping the organizers cover costs. And when I pay at the bottom, I know I am letting my community hold me and support me. All of these are wonderful and acceptable ways of participating.” (source)
“Please be mindful that if you purchase a price at the lowest end of the scale when you can truthfully afford the higher ticket prices, you are limiting access to those who truly need the gift of financial flexibility. Being honest with yourself and your financial situation when engaging with sliding scale practices grows strong and sustainable communities.” (source)

Use this “Green Bottle” chart to help you figure out which end of the scale you should be paying at (for youth who are financially supported by your family, please consider your family’s financial situation). The full green bottle (left) indicates a higher financial privilege, and we recommend paying at the higher end of the scale.