ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition 2017

August 12 - 15 Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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August 12-15, 2017

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Metro Toronto
Convention Centre

Toronto Experiences

During the 2017 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition, Business Events Toronto will be providing unique opportunities for attendees to experience Toronto like never before. Pick what piques your interest on the day you prefer to explore and enjoy getting to know—or rediscovering—Toronto. Proceeds from the experiences benefit Royal Canadian Legion.

Saturday, August 12

1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Toronto's Cultural Mosaic
  • Summer Harbour Sail
  • Graffiti Tour

Tuesday, August 15

2:45 – 5:00 p.m.
  • Toronto's Cultural Mosaic
  • Summer Harbour Sail
  • Graffiti Tour
  • Power, Towers, and the PATH

Toronto’s Cultural Mosaic | 40 participants

Piecing together an oral history of urban settlement patterns, you will familiarize yourself with the food and local economies that have supported generations of Torontonians. Visit Chinatown, Kensington Market, the Grange, Queen Street West, TIFF Bell Lighthouse and Roundhouse Park.

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Summer Harbour Sail | 175 participants

Sail the Kajama, a traditional 165 foot three masted Schooner that was seen on The Amazing Race. Exclusive to ASAE Annual Meeting attendees, set sail for a 90-minute VIP tour of Toronto Harbour and Lake Ontario.

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Graffitti Tour | 40 participants

Some people see graffitti as public art that beautifies our streets while others see it as vandalism indicative of urban decay and crime. Whatever you think, it’s an always changing, inescapable and fascinating part of our culture. On this 90-minute tour, stroll downtown Toronto with an expert local tour guide and learn about the history of graffiti, discussing—maybe even debating—the many sides of the graffiti issue.

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Power, Towers, and the PATH | 40 participants

Starting at Union Station, the primary hub of Toronto transit, this 90-minute walking tour heads north among the tallest skyscrapers in Canada into the Financial District, where your tour guide will explain Toronto's growth as the financial capital of Canada. The walk will utilize the famous PATH, Toronto's underground city, 25+ km of interconnected hallways, corridors, and atriums filled with shops, services, and food courts that serve the workforce in the office towers above. It will conclude with a stop at both Old City Hall and the current City Hall, where recent events have made news worldwide.

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