The Enercare Centre is served by public trains, buses and streetcars. All trains and buses are accessible – many streetcars are as well, and the Toronto Transit Commission is in the process of upgrading streetcars citywide. You can find more information about accessibility within TTC’s services here. All public transport information is available online, or alternatively, you can take a look at our Collision transport blog for more details.
Limited paid parking is available at the Enercare Centre. Days rates in the underground lot are typically $19.00 per vehicle. Surface lots are typically $16 per vehicle.
We can facilitate accessible parking where required. Please fill in this form in advance so we can best assist. A member of the community support team will contact you shortly after.
Collision 2019 will take place May 20-23 at the Enercare Centre in Toronto, Canada.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the primary airport in Toronto.
Collision has partnered with b-network to offer you the best rates on hotels near the conference. Take a look at accommodation options on their website.
Food will be available for purchase throughout the event at many different food trucks within the venue. You’re not permitted to bring your own food into the venue, but Collision has tried to ensure that options are available to all attendees and has worked with the venue to accommodate any dietary requirements. There will be water fountains located around the venue to keep you hydrated.
While we won’t engage directly with your relevant embassy, once you purchase a ticket we’ll happily send you a letter confirming your attendance to help with your application. Please note that your embassy will require notice before issuing your visa. For instructions on how to request a letter, take a look at this blog post.