Event location

Concordia University
Sir George Williams Campus
1450, Guy St
Montréal, QC
H3H 0A1

Arrival by intercity transport from Sherbrooke

A direct intercity transportation service between Sherbrooke and Montreal is available with Autobus Limocar (limocar.ca).

The first express departure to Montreal begins at 5:45 am and a second departure is scheduled at 7:00 am, from the terminus in downtown Sherbrooke. An express line to Montreal from the main campus of Université de Sherbrooke is available at 6:00 am only. The arrival at Montreal Central Station is at 8:10 am in the case of the two express lines from 5:45 am and 6:10 am and at 8:10 am, for the 7:00 express.

Arrival by intercity transport from Quebec City

For participants coming from Quebec City, Autobus Orléans Express (orleansexpress.com) offers a first departure to Montreal at 6:30 am, but the arrival with the first departure is only around 9:30 am in Montreal.

It is therefore better to arrive the day before or to travel by carpooling.

By subway

The STM's network of four subway lines (known as the metro) and nearly 200 hundred bus routes serves 2.5 million riders a day on the Island of Montreal. That makes it the mostly heavily used transit system in Canada. Off-island commuters in Laval and Longueuil can also hop on the metro.

The green line of the metro runs directly below the Sir George Williams Campus downtown, stopping at Station Guy-Concordia. A network of tunnels connects most buildings on campus to the metro.



Officially known as the Réseau express métropolitain, the REM is major light rail network currently under construction. It will connect Montréal-Trudeau airport to 26 stations across the Greater Montreal region. The first section became operational in 2023.

By RTL bus (Réseau de transport de Longueuil)

Several RTL buses (lines 15, 42, 44, 45, 47, 55, 60 and 90) connect the suburbs of the south shore of the Saint Lawrence to the Gare Centrale, located in downtown Montreal. It is a 20-minute walk from Reception, or an eight-minute taxi ride away.
You can also take the subway to Concordia from Central Station:

from Bonaventure Station, take the orange line west (direction Côte-Vertu);

Lionel-Groulx station, take the green line east (direction Honoré-Beaugrand);

get off at Guy-Concordia station.


You will find below the details concering the two parking lots, as well as the applicable rates.


Campus map

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