Getting to the Myhal Centre
Via Hwy 401 & Don Valley Parkway
- Take Hwy 401 to the Don Valley Parkway (DVP)
- Exit onto the Don Valley Parkway ramp (404 South)
- Travel south on DVP until Bloor/Bayview
- Take the Bloor/Bayview exit, and keep left, looking for the sign that says Bloor St.
- Travel west on Bloor St. until you reach St. George St.
- Turn left (south) onto St. George St.
Via Hwy 401 & Avenue Road
- Take Hwy 401 to Avenue Rd. South
- Travel south on Avenue Rd.
- Continue following the road south past Bloor St. around Queen’s Park Crescent
- Turn right (west) on College St.
- Turn right (north) onto St. George St.
Via Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW)
- Take the eastbound QEW/Gardiner Expressway
- Exit at Spadina Ave.
- Turn left (north) on Spadina Ave.
- Continue north for 12 stoplights to College St.
- Turn right (east) on College St.
- Turn left (north) onto St. George St.
Visitors can find pay-and-display parking spaces, including many barrier-free spots, across the St. George campus.
St. George Parking Map (PDF)
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) runs subways, streetcars and buses on and around the St. George campus. You’ll find many options for getting here on the TTC.
There are four subway stations on or very near the University of Toronto’s St. George campus: Queen’s Park Station, Museum Station, St. George Station and Spadina Station. The 506 Carlton and 510 Spadina streetcar routes will take you to the sourthern or western edges of campus. And the 94 Wellesley bus runs through campus.
The closest station to the Nona Macdonald Visitors Centre is Queen’s Park Station, and the best streetcar stop is at McCaul and College Streets (on the 506 Carlton route). To get to the Visitor’s Centre:
- Walk west along College St.
- Turn north onto St. George St along the eastern side.
- The Myhal Centre is on your right just past the Galbraith Building. The entrance is at the northwest corner of the building, just by the Nona MacDonald Walkway.
Find your way around the St. George campus with these maps.
St. George Parking Map (PDF)
Food near the conference site
There are many great places to eat near the Myhal Centre. A few neighbourhoods with many restaurants are identified on the map below, including Kensington Market, Baldwin Village, and Harbord Village. Chinatown is also nearby along Spadina Ave.
A map of food services on University of Toronto campus is available here.
Visa and electronic travel authorization for visiting Canada
To find out if you need a visa to visit Canada, please visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp
If you are visiting Canada by air, you may need an electronic travel authorization (eTA). For more information, please visit: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/eta.html
More detailed information will be posted soon!