The Canada Sales Congress will be back at the Beanfield Centre (formerly Allstream Centre) in Toronto on Wednesday, May 23, 2018! The 2018 Congress will showcase many inspiring speakers who will share their insight to enhance attendees’ business development strategies and create the energetic atmosphere which is essential to outstanding performance.
This 1.5-2 hour walking tour of the Exhibition Place grounds will be lead by Bruce Van Dieten, a member of the community, and will touch on various architectural and historical highlights of the site. Tours will begin at the Princes' Gates.
- Tours will take place at 1pm on the following days (all Sundays):
April 15, 2018 May 20, 2018 June 3, 2018 September 16, 2018*New date: September 23, 2018
- October 21, 2018
- November 11, 2018
- December 16, 2018
Exhibition Place is known for its bright lights, shows and events, but lurking below the surface are a few well-kept secrets that were known only to staff who work the late shift.
Join us for one of four guided ghost tours every Friday in October. These two-hour tours led by our good friend Steve Collie will take you through our haunted past and how our other-worldly friends came to be.
- October 5
- October 12
- October 19
- October 26
The cost to take part in this walk is $10 per person. Due to the nature of the walk, this tour is not suitable for children under 10 years of age. There is also some rough terrain and stairs.
Part of the proceeds of your ticket will be going to the United Way.
RSVP Your Spot
Please contact Jackie Edwards by email or by phone, (416) 263-3676, to confirm the date on which you plan to attend and the number of people in your group.
kimi - Japanese, pronoun: often used as "you" when speaking to someone from a younger generation or someone you are close with or enjoy being with
North American Conventions have slowly veered away from creating the best experience for fans to just getting them in by the masses. Local artists, vendors, and upcoming creators often do not get a chance to showcase their talents and crafts because the big local cons do not have any space for them. International creators are asking to come to our amazing city to be a part of our fandom.
We aim to service and celebrate our local talents as well as showcasing international ones, by creating an outlet of expression for them through the next big convention in Toronto, KimiKon!
Celebrate the Toronto Fandom, celebrate local artists and vendors, welcome international stars to our amazing city, and most of all...
...LET'S CELEBRATE YOU!
The conference, coming to Toronto’s Beanfield Centre (Exhibition Place) on October 22, 2018, attracts attendees from consumer digital health, retail health, health technology, government, insurance, and traditional healthcare delivery. Attendees access opportunities to connect with existing communities and initiate new relationships within both traditional and emerging segments of health and healthcare in Canada.
Get in the know with information sessions.
A series of info sessions will help you get familiar with applying to college. In the past, sessions have included the following topics:
- Individual College Information Sessions
- How to pay for college
- Career Planning workshop
- College Degrees
- How to Apply for College
- Credit Transfer in Ontario Post-Secondary
Everything in one place, including 26 colleges
As the largest college information event in Ontario you’ll be able to visit 26 college booths at the event!
Dates and Time
October 23: 5–9PM
October 24: 9AM–2PM
We are very pleased to announce the Canadian Waste to Resource Conference will begin with our opening guest speakers on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 and being held at the Beanfield Centre (right across from the Enercare Centre which is where the Waste and Recycling Expo will be held over the same dates. We are expecting over 300 special guests, speakers and participants to join in. The two day Conference program includes, high profile keynote speakers, concurrent workshop tracks covering six subject areas and networking opportunities around receptions and meetings.
The Waste & Recycling Expo and the Municipal Equipment Expo attracts more than 3,000 attendees and nearly 300 exhibiting companies.
Must be 19+ to attend.
Why attend Intelligent Cities Summit?
- Learn about urban governance – how private sector partnership can lead to intelligent cities
- Listen to top city administrators and industry professionals from around the world about what it takes to establish an intelligent municipality
- Be part of the only event of its kind addressing diverse themes from city management to infrastructure development
- Understand how disruptive trends are changing and transforming the urban mobility and how it impacts residents
- Hear how to enhance processes in city public services such as waste management, transportation, public libraries, data privacy etc.
- Product Showcase – meet with key technology players and vendors showcasing their innovative solutions
- Network with senior municipal managers from across Canada and interact with technology thought leaders
The 3rd Annual Intelligent Cities Summit is adding a day on Waste Management. The IoT, Big Data Waste Management Summit will be held on Nov 6, 2018