Each year the Conference is usually held at various colleges in the University of Toronto.
For directions, please consult the online campus map.
The University's comprehensive home page provides much useful information, and contains links to a
complete list of related websites.
Hotels in the vicinity include the Quality Inn at 280 Bloor Street West
at St George (416 968 0010); the Hotel Intercontinental at 220 Bloor Street West at Avenue Road
(416 960 5200); and the Park Hyatt at 4 Avenue Road at Bloor Street (416 924 5471). Visitors may also wish to consult the
online pages of the Toronto Association of Bed & Breakfast Guest Houses and the web pages for Toronto atTrip Advisor.
Conference rates are often (but not always!) available. Please check all
charges, potential penalties, and other conditions with the hotel prior to booking.
The website for the Toronto Pearson International Airport
provides details about all daily flights,
both Arrivals and
Departures. For inter-city rail transit,
consult Via Rail;
for travel by bus, see Greyhound Lines of Canada.
City maps are also available on the web.
Toronto is well-served by a network of buses, streetcars, and subways run by the
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).
Like many other North American cities, Toronto has an extensive (literal) underground:
provides a map of the walkways below the canyons of commerce downtown.
Toronto is rich in services and cultural resources. An idiosyncratic perspective is provided by the following notes.
General information about services in the city can be found at
Official government sites provide valuable ancillary information on tourism.
Environment Canadas website gives detailed information about
Although the conference will be providing most meals to participants, we have included a map of popular establishments in the surrounding area.
View CEP Nearby Dining Establishments in a larger map