Welcome to Together We Care 2020!

Together We Care 2020 is Canada’s largest gathering of long-term care and retirement community professionals. This year’s event promises to be better than ever with exceptional keynote speakers and a broad range of education sessions designed to both challenge and inform delegates.

EVENT INFO

DATE: March 30 - April 1, 2020


EVENT LOCATION

Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Rd,
Toronto, ON M9W 1J1
Tel: (416) 245-5000


Delegate Registration

Registered delegates will pick up their name badge onsite at the registration desk.  Onsite registration will also be available for those who have not pre-registered online.

Reminder: Your name badge is your pass to the events you have registered for and must be worn at all times to gain admittance to convention venues.


Tradeshow Floor

EXHIBIT HALL

Further details to come shortly

Association Booths

Be sure to stop by the OLTCA and ORCA Association booths on the trade show floor. This is your opportunity to network with the Boards of Directors and Association staff and hear more about Association activities.

No Smoking Policy

All areas of Toronto Congress Centre  have been designated as non-smoking.


Parking

The Toronto Congress Centre is located at 650 Dixon Rd just north off the 401 and east of the 427.  There are plenty of parking spaces at the The Toronto Congress Centre.


Mobile Devices

Take a break from the outside world. Please be sure to turn off your mobile devices before the education sessions begin.


Evaluation System

After the conclusion of the Convention an on-line evaluation form will be available for feedback from delegates on their convention experience. You will receive details on the evaluation system via email.


Recycling

Please be sure to recycle your name badge at the end of Convention. We encourage you to use the recycling bins near the registration desk in the main lobby or use the recycling containers on the trade show floor.

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