Venue & Accommodations
ICCE 8th conference & exhibition (ICCE2019) will take place at the Collège de Maisonneuve conference center from August 12 to 14 in Montreal. Montreal rates as one of the world’s most livable cities, and
was named “Canada’s Cultural Capital” by Monocle Magazine and a UNESCO
“City of Design”.
Collège de Maisonneuvewe is near downtown and located in Montreal’s
Sports, Leisure and Garden district and is steps away from many popular
attractions such as the Biodome, Olympic Stadium and Botanical Gardens.
It is closeto the Pie IX metro station on the green line, giving an easy quick access to the old port, center town and the plateau.
Collège de Maisonneuve:
3800 Sherbrooke St E, Montreal, QC H1X 2A2
Montreal offers a large number of hotels to meet the requirements. The hotels are located in every corner of the city. Participants must make their own accommodation arrangements directly with the hotel of their choice.
Traveling to Montreal
The language for the conference is English.Montreal is a bilingual (English and French) and multi-cultural city.
Getting into and out of Montreal
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International,
22 km west of downtown, (Locals will still sometimes call it Dorval Airport).
Please check the web site at
A public airport shuttle,
the 747, runs from the downtown area to the airport. It is equipped
with luggage racks and accepts regular STM tickets and passes although
cash fare (coins only) is $10, which also buys you a pass good for 24
hours on the entire STM system.
? Tourist Information
http://www.tourisme-montreal.org for further information.
The Canadian currency is the Canadian Dollar. For the latest exchange rate please check
The electrical voltage in Canada is 110 V, 60 cycle AC. Adapters can be found at most electrical stores nearby.
requiring a visa for entry into Canada are strongly advised to apply
for the appropriate Visa in their own country as soon as possible. Click here for additional info.
Early August weather in Montreal is usually beautiful and pleasant.
More information on the current weather and forecasts in Montreal can be
obtained from the Environment Canada Web site