Social program

The following Social Events have been planned for congress participants. Tickets for the reserved events will be included in the personal congress kit delivered to participants upon registration.

 
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Thursday, September 6 at 18.30
CONGRESS RECEPTION

The Congress Reception will take place at the Congress Venue in the Exhibition Area (517d – Level 5). What is the best way to welcome you in this beautiful Country and City then to offer you the local traditional products during the Welcome Reception. We look forward to meeting you all in Montreal at Palais des Congres.

Montreal at Palais des Congres
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Friday, September 7 at 19.30
SOCIAL DINNER

The Windsor (1170, rue Peel, Bureau 110 Montréal, Quebec, H3B 4P2)
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The Social Dinner will take place at The Windsor (1170, rue Peel, Bureau 110 Montréal, Quebec, H3B 4P2)
Tel.: (514) 393-3588
On site registrations will be accepted according to availability.
If you require further information or if you have food allergy or need special meals please contact the Registration Desk on site.

How to arrive

About The Windsor

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The Windsor is one of Montreal's most historical sites. This Hotel was constructed from 1876 to 1878 and has a very important and long history. The design of the hotel was entrusted to an American architect, William Boyington. The original building of the Windsor Hotel was built in 1878. The hotel was established along the entire block of René-Lévesque (then Dorchester) Boulevard and Cypress Street, between Stanley and Peel (then Windsor) streets, where today is located the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce office tower.
Memorable Visits: 1939-1951 - King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The Windsor later played host to Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, John F. Kennedy and Jean Lesage. On August 16, 1945, the first PICAO (Provisory International Civil Aviation Organization) conference was held at the Windsor. On October 29, 1951- Princess Elizabeth and Prince Phillip visited this place.


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TOURS 

For more details on Montréal and available tours, visit www.tourisme-montreal.org

For tours, there are various companies offering guided tours, of different areas in Montreal: www.mtl.org/en/what-to-do/tours.
A lot of tours are offered daily, but it is always best to call to confirm availability before going to the meeting point. 

If you are interested in a guided tour in a bus, or hop-on hop-off, there are departures available daily from the Montreal Infotouriste Centre, located at 1255 Peel Street, Suite 100 (Peel Metro Station).
For things to do in Montreal, we invite you to download a mobile app: www.mtl.org/en/plan/my-official-montreal-city-guide.