The city of Burlington is nestled between the shore of Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment (a UNESCO World Biosphere). The conference will be held at the Art Gallery of Burlington, which is situated on this city’s beautiful waterfront. Here you will find a variety of walking trails, restaurants and scenic venues. Burlington also boasts a variety of small museums and heritage homes, as well as a variety of beautiful parks and gardens, including the famous Royal Botanical Gardens.

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45 minutes to the South-East of Burlington is the famous Niagara Region of Ontario. In addition to Niagara Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world, this area boasts 20 historical museums, the historic charm of towns that sit along the canal, beautiful lakeside beaches and enough golf courses to satisfy even the most avid of players. It also contains miles and miles of natural hiking and cycling trails as well as over 70 world-renowned wineries.

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45 Minutes to the North-East of Burlington is Toronto, Canada’s largest municipality and the fourth largest city in North America. Toronto is the cultural, entertainment, and financial capital of the nation, boasting a multitude of restaurants, theatres, sports venues, parks, and shopping opportunities. Visit Toronto’s iconic CN Tower, its world renowned Zoo, or its sparkling waterfront.

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