Things To Do

Visit Toronto’s most iconic (and tallest) landmark at the CN Tower and enjoy a 360-degree lookout, the world’s highest wine cellar, or circle the top of the tower on the Edge Walk.

Wander back in time in the Distillery District, where historical Victorian architecture has found contemporary uses.

Sample fresh produce and meet local artisans at the St. Lawrence Market.

Escape the city with a ferry ride to a cluster of islands located within the City of Toronto by visiting the Toronto Islands. Note that the only way to get to and from the Toronto Islands in by ferry. Tickets cost approximately $8 CAD per round trip and can be purchased at the ferry terminal.

Be inspired at the Art Gallery of Ontario, one of the largest art museums in North America, with a collection of more than 90,000 works of art.

Walk through Toronto’s PATH network, an underground tunnel system running 28km (17 miles) long that connects office buildings and attractions through shopping and service centres.

From sunset on October 3 to sunrise on October 4, Nuit Blanche will transform the streets of Toronto into a spectacle of contemporary art pieces from hundreds of Canadian and international artists.

Located just few hours from Toronto, Niagara Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.


Important Dates

Registration Opens -  27 January 2020


Abstracts Submission Opens - 27 January 2020


Abstract Submission Closes - 20 April 2020


Notification of Abstract Acceptance -  5 June 2020


Early Bird Registration Closes -  8 July 2020


Conference –  29 September - 2 October 2020

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