Ottawa, Ontario, Canada is accessible in the following ways:
The closest airport to the Learning Institute is the Ottawa International Airport (YOW).
The airport is located on:
1000 Airport Parkway Private, Ottawa, ON K1V 9B4, Canada
Passengers arriving in Ottawa from within Canada claim their luggage in the public area of the terminal at carousels 3, 4 or 5. Passengers arriving from outside of Canada must claim their luggage within the Canada Customs Hall and proceed through customs and immigration prior to exiting into the arrivals area of the terminal.
Travelling from the airport:
Shuttle Bus information coming soon.
Via Rail Train Station is approximately a 20-minute drive to the Brookstreet Hotel.
200 Tremblay Road, Ottawa, ON, K1G 3H5, Canada
The Brookstreet Hotel is located at 525 Legget Drive, Kanata, Ontario, Canada K2K 2W2 .
There is free parking available onsite.
Please use the interactive map below to find driving directions to the conference location:
Getting Around Ottawa
OC Transpo provides bus / train access to anywhere in the city.
To plan your route within Ottawa go to http://plan.octranspo.com/plan/?Culture=EN
Ottawa has several options for taxi services:
Capital Taxi: (613) 744-3333
BlueLine Taxi: (613) 238-1111
West-Way Taxi: (613) 727-0101
Travelling to Canada
If you are an international traveller please be aware of the travel requirements for entering Canada before registering for the event.
All registrants to the CHPCA Conference who are not Canadian or U.S. Citizens will require either a Visitor Visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).
If you are unsure which document you will need, please go to the following website, select your country of citizenship and verify which documents you must obtain: Government of Canada Travel Requirements
Please note that all delegates requiring a Visa should register for the conference by no later than May 30th, 2017 in order to ensure enough time for Visa to be granted. Upon registration, you will be issued a Letter of Invitation by the conference planners that can be submitted during your Visa application process.
More Travel Document Information Online
Please see below for a description from the Government of Canada’s website on travel requirements:
Visa-exempt foreign nationals need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to or transit through Canada.Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid Canadian visa. Canadian citizens, including dual citizens, and Canadian permanent residents cannot apply for an eTA.
Be prepared: Apply for an eTA before you book your flight to Canada. Most applicants get approved within minutes. However, some applications can take several days to process so don’t wait until the last minute.