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CCPH 10th Anniversary Conference • April 11-14, 2007 • Hilton Hotel • Toronto, ON Canada
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Hilton Toronto
*Conference Venue SOLD OUT
145 Richmond Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2L2
1 (416) 869-3456
1 (800) 267-2281

Sheraton Centre Hotel
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2M9
1 (416) 947-4955 x4440
1 (888) 627-7175
$169 CAD – single/doubles

Reservation Deadline: March 19, 2007

Discounted room rates for conference participants at the Hilton Toronto hotel and the Sheraton Centre hotel will be $169 CAD (approximately $150 USD) for a single or double, plus tax. For current exchange rates, click here. To make a reservation, please contact the hotels directly. When making your reservation, please indicate that you are attending the CCPH 2007 conference.

Please be aware of these possible hotel fees at the Sheraton:

  • $30 per person charge for more than 2 adults in a room
  • Early departure fee (if you check-out prior to your reserved check-out date): $50
  • Late check-out fee (after the standard 12 noon check-out time):
      12 noon–4pm: $50
      12 noon–6pm: $100



The Pearson International Airport is 28.52 kilometers (17.72 miles) from the Hilton Toronto. The best way to get to the Hilton from Pearson International Airport is to hop aboard the Airport Express Shuttle.
Airport Express Shuttle: $16.45 one-way
Travel time: 40 minutes one-way
Runs every 40 minutes between 4:15 AM and 11:00 PM from the airport arrivals terminal to the hotel
Taxi: approx. $51.00 one-way
Travel time: 40 minutes one-way

Driving Directions from the Pearson International Airport to Hilton Toronto
From the airport take Highway 427 south. Exit QEW east. Follow QEW east leading onto the Gardiner Expressway. Take York St north exit to Richmond St. The Hilton Toronto is located on the south side of Richmond St.

Want to Carpool? Ride Available! CCPH member Peter Levesque is driving to the conference from Ottawa, Canada and has space for 3 people in his car. He will be leaving Ottawa on Wednesday April 11, 2007 at 11:00 am and returning to Ottawa from Toronto on Saturday April 14, 2007 at 4:00 pm. If you are interested in carpooling, please contact Peter at or (613) 841-0858.

Parking is available at the Hilton for $27 overnight which includes in/out privileges. Valet parking, $27 per day, is available 7 days a week, from 6:30 AM until 11:00 PM. All parking is underground and has 24 hour surveillance and on-site security.

For transportation around the city, Toronto has an excellent public transit system. For more information about their subway and bus system, including schedules and fares, please visit


From its beautiful scenery to its hospitality and diverse neighborhoods, Toronto has a lot to offer visitors. The downtown core, with the Entertainment District, enormous bank towers, and continuous activity, is fast-paced and always exciting. Often called "the city in a park," Toronto is surrounded by nearly 10,000 acres of parkland, with forests, beaches, wilderness preserves, and rivers.

Just as the word Toronto means "meeting space," it comes to no surprise that it is also called home by almost 5 million people. Boasting 180 ethnic groups and over 100 languages, Toronto has always been the destination for many immigrants to Canada. This diversity is reflected in Toronto's ethnic neighborhoods which include Little Italy, Little Jamaica, Little India, Chinatown, Koreatown, Greektown, Malta Village, Portugal Village, Corso Italia, Kensington Market, and Little Mogadishu.

Toronto offers its guests opportunities to experience the performing arts, cultural attractions, professional sports and more! Listed below are a few sights and attractions you can find in Toronto:

The CN Tower – the world�s tallest free standing structure, offers great panoramic views of the city
The Art Gallery of Ontario – Toronto�s largest art gallery, new architectural design
The Royal Ontario Museum – diverse art collection, recently opened 11 new galleries
The Hockey Hall of Fame – interactive games and hockey artifacts from around the globe
The Roy Thomson Hall – home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Air Canada Centre – home to the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team and the Toronto Raptors basketball team
Eaton Centre – world class shopping center with beautiful architecture
PATH – underground walkway connecting over 1200 stores and restaurants, 50 office towers, 5 subway stations, 6 major hotels, and several entertainment centers

Temperatures in April range from 38-53 degrees. It is suggested to bring a light jacket, an umbrella, and clothes that can be easily layered.

Toronto is in the Eastern Standard Time zone (EST).

The monetary system in Canada is based on Canadian dollars (CDN$) and cents. International currency exchange services are offered at Pearson International Airport as well as at banks and currency exchange outlets located throughout the city. U.S. dollars are accepted everywhere in Toronto, although change from transactions will be given in Canadian currency. ATMs/cash machines are located throughout Toronto and dispense Canadian currency. Credit cards and traveler�s checks are accepted at most major retailers.

For more extensive information on Toronto, including local events, maps, and weather information, please visit

International Travelers

U.S. Citizens: A current United States of America (U.S.) passport is required for re-entry to the U.S. from Canada. To find out how to apply for or renew a U.S. passport, visit For more information on U.S. citizens visiting Canada, visit
*Passports must be valid for 3 months after departure date from the foreign country.
**Allow 6-8 weeks to receive a new or renewed passport.

U.S. Permanent Residents: Permanent residents of the U.S. who are not citizens need to bring their U.S. Permanent Resident Card (‘green card’). For more information on U.S. permanent residents visiting Canada, visit

All other countries: Citizens of countries other than the U.S. wishing to visit Canada may require a "Temporary Resident" visa (includes short-term visitors) to enter Canada. Learn more at Visitors should contact the nearest Canadian Embassy or Consulate, or visit Canada International at or call 1-888-242-2100 (from within Canada) or 1-800-992-7037 (from outside Canada) for further information.

For Canadian Embassies or consular offices:


Currency and Taxes

Foreign visitors to Canada can apply for a rebate on the GST that is paid on accommodation (up to 30 nights per visit), and on goods purchased in Canada and exported within 60 days of the purchase. Be sure to keep your receipts - you'll need to have them validated by Canada Customs at the airport or border crossing when you leave.


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