Things To Do in Toronto:

Your days at the conference will be packed full of amazing education and networking opportunities, but if you are planning to come early or stay for a few extra days, Toronto is full of amazing sites, museums, galleries, sports venues, and of course great restaurants. Plan your trip now! Delegates can also take advantage of Pass TO Savings - a free, mobile passport that features exclusive offers on attractions and entertainment for all.

Companion Program:

The companion program will begin with a meet and greet late afternoon on Saturday where companions will receive a goodie bag and get to know each other.

Sunday morning there is a choice of a glass making class (maximum of 12 participants) or sushi making class. Both will be fun and memorable events followed by lunch with an international twist. After lunch companions will walk over to the Faculty Club at University of Toronto to watch the opening keynote and of course have some snacks before walking back to the hotel to get ready for the evening’s festivities.

Monday is a free day to explore Toronto independently.

Tuesday morning companions will head to The Arts and Letters Club to explore their creativity and tour the facility. After lunch at the Club companions will travel to the eclectic Kensington Market for a quick tour followed by some free time to explore the market before returning to the hotel.

On Wednesday, there will be an informal drop-in farewell coffee and snack before heading home after a great few days in Toronto.

Should you have any questions about the companion program, please do not hesitate to contact the co-chairs Sally Germond ( or Lisa Noonan ( 

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