IPOS 2022: WORLD CONGRESS                                  REIMAGINING PSYCHOSOCIAL ONCOLOGY: EMBRACING VOICES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

TORONTO, CANADA  •  AUGUST 29 - SEPTEMBER 1, 2022










TRAVEL

TORONTO

Experience venues you’ll only find in Toronto, like a possibly haunted castle, the biggest aquarium in Canada, or a giant crystal-shaped museum. Yes, this city is distinctive, unforgettable and exciting to meet in. So what are you waiting for?


SERVICES

LOCAL VENUES /

EVENTS

Cool spaces in cool places. Here are some highlighted venues of Toronto’s otherwise vast selection.


NATHAN PHILLIPS SQUARE


CN TOWER & ROGERS CENTER

NIAGARA FALLS
Toronto also happens to be the gateway to the 
Niagara Region. Delegates can easily enjoy scenic vineyards, charming estates, and the famous Niagara Falls. Experience the falls from above and below. A helicopter ride over the falls gives you a full bird’s eye view, while the Hornblower boat cruise takes you right up close and under this massive natural wonder.

CUISINE 

Delicious. Diverse. Dynamic. Toronto knows a thing or two about cuisine! 

NEAR THE MTCC:

  • Amsterdam Brewhouse
  • Canoe 
  • Harbour Sixty Steakhouse 
  • Real Sports Bar & Grill 
  • The 360 Restaurant – CN Tower  

    OLD TORONTO + DISTILLERY HISTORIC DISTRICT:

    • Pure Spirits Oyster House & Grill 
    • Bombay Palace 
    • El Catrin 
    • Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie 


      KING WEST:

      • Baro
      • Buca
      • Cibo Wine Bar
      • Lee
      • Los Calibris


      ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT:

      • BYBLOS
      • Momofuku - Kojin
      • Aroma Fine Indian Cuisine
      • Kost
      • Ricarda's
      • Montecito
      • Kao San Road



      FINANCIAL DISTRICT:

      • The Chase
      • Miku


      KENSINGTON MARKET:

      • Patios


      BLOOR-YORKVILLE:

      • Piano Piano


      CHINATOWN & KOREATOWN:

      • Barrio Coreano  


      QUEEN EAST:

      • The Carbon Bar

      GETTING TO T.O.

      FLIGHTS / HOTEL

      It’s easy to get to Toronto. Choose from one of 2 international airports that connect travellers to the rest of the country and beyond. It’s also easy to get around Toronto, thanks to its extensive public transit system and fleet of taxis. Once you’re here, it’s hard to leave because you won’t want to.

      TORONTO PEARSON AIRPORT

      BILLY BISHOP TORONTO CITY AIRPORT


      UP - UNION PEARSON EXPRESS

      UP Express connects the country's two busiest transportation hubs: Toronto Pearson International Airport and Union Station in downtown Toronto.

      TTC

      With subways, buses, and streetcars at every corner, getting around the city is a breeze. A single fare takes you anywhere on a one-way trip. You can transfer between subways, streetcars and buses, and always keep your transfer as proof-of payment.

      GO TRANSIT

      GO Transit is Ontario’s inter-regional bus and train service. It links Toronto with its surrounding Greater Toronto Areas and beyond. GO Trains and buses mainly depart from Toronto’s Union Station at regular intervals throughout the day.

      Other forms of transportation include taxis – there’s a handful of taxi companies in Toronto – as well as Uber, Lyft and cycling. Toronto has cycling paths throughout the city that can get you to where you’re going safely.