Conference VenueHyatt Regency Hotel
370 King St. West
A limited block of hotel bedrooms is being held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel from June 5, 2013 through to June 8, 2013.
Room rates are $179 CAD single/double occupancy
Room rates are quoted exclusive of applicable provincial and local taxes (which are currently 13%) or applicable service, or hotel specific fees in effect at the hotel at the time of the meeting.
To book a hotel room online at the conference rate please click here
Individuals may make reservations by calling Central Reservations at 1-888-421-1442 and referring to the group name “North American Refugee Health Conference”.
Reservations must be made on or before the cut-off date of Sunday, May 5, 2013. Reservation requests received after the cut-off date will be based on availability at the Hotel’s prevailing rates.
Other Nearby Hotels
Hotel Le Germain
30 Mercer St, Toronto, ON M5V 1H369 m SE
(416) 345-9500 · germaintoronto.com
Residence Inn Toronto Downtown/Entertainment District
255 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3P9 158 m SE
(416) 581-1800 · marriott.com
The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto
181 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3G7 359 m E
(416) 585-2500 · ritzcarlton.com
Toronto Tourism links
|Major Toronto tourism sites
|Art Gallery of Ontario (www.ago.net)
Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is now the 10th largest art museum in North America, with a physical facility of 486,000 square feet. The AGO currently has more than 38,000 works in its collection, spanning the 11th century to present day.
|Casa Loma (www.casaloma.org)
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|CN Tower (www.cntower.ca)
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|Hockey Hall of Fame (www.hhof.com)
The Hockey Hall of Fame was founded in 1943 to establish a memorial to those who have developed Canada’s great winter sport — ice hockey. Incorporated in 1983, Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum (“HHFM”) exists in order to honour and preserve the history of the game of ice hockey, and in particular, those who have made outstanding contributions and achievements in the development of the game.
|Toronto Harbourfront (www.harbourfront.on.ca)
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|Musical Theatre (www.onstagenow.com)
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Toronto, Canada, is the third-largest theatre centre in the English-speaking world. Few cities in North America can offer anything approaching the variety and quality of its stage productions; none can equal the number and splendour of its theatres. And in Toronto, the finest and best-loved of those theatres are the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales and the Canon.
|Niagara Falls (www.tourismniagara.com)
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|Ontario Place (www.ontarioplace.com)
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|Ontario Science Centre (www.ontariosciencecentre.ca)
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|Major League Baseball (www.bluejays.mlb.com)
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|Royal Ontario Museum (www.rom.on.ca)
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|Toronto Island Park(www.city.toronto.on.ca/parks/to_islands/island_index.htm)
The Toronto Islands were not always islands but actually a series of continuously moving sand-bars, or littoral drift deposits, originating from the Scarborough Bluffs and carried westward by Lake Ontario currents.
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|Toronto Symphony Orchestra (www.tso.on.ca)
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Canada’s foremost symphonic ensemble, will celebrate its 83rd season in 2004/2005. More than 400,000 patrons visit the Orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall each year, and an additional five million Canadians tune in to frequent concert broadcasts on CBC Radio.
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|Toronto Zoo (www.torontozoo.com)
The Zoo has over 5,000 animals representing over 460 species.
Approximately 1.2 million visitors per year.
There are over 10 km (6 miles) of walking trails.
287 hectares (710 acres). One of the largest zoos in the world.
Zellers Discovery Zone:
Explore “Zellers Discovery Zone”, featuring the NEW “Kids Zoo”, a dynamic, interactive children’s wildlife experience, “Splash Island”, an exciting 2 acre water play area and the 750 seat “Waterside Theatre”, home of the “Amazing Animal Show”.
|University of Toronto Tours(www.utoronto.ca/prospect/visitors)
The University of Toronto is Canada’s leading teaching and research university, and its unique place in the national landscape can be attributed, in part, to its rich and remarkable history.