The conference will be held at The Banff Centre, Banff National Park, 107 Tunnel Mountain Dr, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1H5.

Click here to go to The Banff Centre home page.

Rooms at the Banff Centre can be booked through the registration link;

Flights should be booked into Calgary International Airport. From the airport various travel options are available: buses (, shuttles can be booked to Banff ( or various car rentals options are available.

Getting to Calgary is easy with many transportation options to travel from destinations around the world. With one of the world’s most modern and welcoming airports, getting to Calgary by air is easy with commercial airline access and other options available to travellers.

As one of Canada’s largest airports, YYC Calgary International Airport welcomes millions of visitors to Calgary each year. YYC is a hub for major Canadian airlines Air Canada and WestJet and offers direct flights to Canada, the USA, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and Central America. With two in-terminal hotels, several restaurants, and a brand new international terminal, flying in and out of Calgary is a great experience for travellers from around the world. As a premier shopping destination, YYC boasts more than 135 shops and services for business and leisure travellers to enjoy.

The international airport is conveniently located in the northeast of Calgary, approximately 20 minutes from the downtown core and 1 hour and 30 minutes from Banff National Park. Rental cars, taxis, limousines, and airport shuttles and transfers to Banff National Park are available at the airport.

Calgary is easily reachable via a one-stop connection from almost anywhere worldwide. This destination list is based on 2019 activity prior to the COVID-19 pandemic and is subject to change.

Canadian Destinations Alberta: Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Lloydminster, Medicine Hat British Columbia: Abbotsford, Castlegar, Comox, Cranbrook, Fort St. John, Kamloops, Kelowna, Nanaimo, Penticton, Terrace, Vancouver, Victoria Manitoba: Brandon, Winnipeg Northwest Territories: Yellowknife Nova Scotia: Halifax Ontario: London, Ottawa, Toronto, Windsor Saskatchewan: Regina, Saskatoon Yukon: Whitehorse

U.S Destinations Arizona: Phoenix California: Los Angeles, Palm Springs, San Diego, San Francisco Colorado: Denver Florida: Fort Lauderdale, Orlando Georgia: Atlanta Hawaii: Honolulu, Kahilui Illinois: Chicago Massachusetts: Boston Minnesota: Minneapolis/Saint Paul Nevada: Las Vegas New Jersey: Newark New York: New York City Oregon: Portland Tennessee: Nashville Texas: Austin, Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth Utah: Salt Lake City Washington: Seattle

International Destinations China: Beijing France: Paris Germany: Frankfurt Ireland: Dublin Italy: Rome Japan: Tokyo Netherlands: Amsterdam United Kingdom: London Additional seasonal flights available to sun destinations (Bahamas, Belize, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico)


Visitors require a valid passport to enter Canada. All visitors to Canada arriving from a different country must cross the Canadian border pass through customs. Visitors arriving by air travel will complete the customs process at the airport upon arrival in Canada.

Visitors to Canada should carry valid travel documents when crossing the border no matter how you arrive. You will require a passport or equivalent travel document and in some cases an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) in order to cross the border and enter Canada. You can consult the Government of Canada’s Requirements to Enter Canada for more information regarding entry requirements or the Canada Border Services Agency for customs regulations. These rules apply to all border crossings in Canada, including road and air entry points near or in Calgary.

For detailed customs information on entering Canada, visit Canada Border Services. To determine what documents you need to visit Canada, please visit Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship website.

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