Gala Dinner - Thursday, August 27, 6PM-11PM
The conference's gala dinner will be held on Thursday, August 27th, at 6 PM in the Great Hall of the University of Toronto's Hart House.
Commissioned in 1911 by Vincent Massey, Hart House was completed in 1919 and gifted to the University of Toronto as a gathering place for students. Learn more about Hart House History.
The dinner will feature live music and other entertainment. Stay tuned for more information.
Toronto, in the province of Ontario, is home to ethnic enclaves, boasting a bustling food scene and unique dining opportunities, and exciting sporting and cultural attractions.
Toronto is home to 2.7 million people and is filled with interesting communities. These include the cobblestoned and car-less Distillery District - a jigsaw of industrial warehouses filled with galleries, fashion designers and artisanal restaurants; a large and flavour Chinatown; the neighbourhood of Queen West between Bathurst St and Gladstone Ave which is home to 300 galleries, design houses, record stores, independent coffee shops, restaurants and boutique hotels. Toronto is also home to the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Hockey Hall of Fame, numerous sporting events, and the CN Tower.
The Province of Ontario features 250,000 lakes, freshwater beaches, and awe-inspiring wilderness. The many national parks provides countless opportunities for hiking, biking, canoeing, camping and much more.