Are you starting to make plans for SLA 2014 in Vancouver?

Visit the Western Canada Chapter’s SLA 2014 conference host website for insider information from chapter members on hotel choices, recommended activities, getting to and from the airport, and short trips you could add to your visit.

What appeals most to you most . . .

  • a week long dramatic Alaska cruise to see a glacier?
  • a half-day train trip to golf or hike in nearby Whistler?
  • an early ferry ride followed by elegant afternoon tea in Victoria?

In the coming days, look for more information about why you might choose each conference hotel (HQ hotel info is available now) and a post specifically about budgeting for your stay if you’re filling out an expense estimate.

As the conference approaches, we’ll add more about our favourite attractions, restaurants and activities.

When you visit Vancouver, you can be assured of dining options to suit every budget and dietary preference (gluten free? vegan? steak lover? we’ve got it!), and spectacular outdoor experiences to balance the time you’re inside enjoying the conference.

We’re excited to be welcoming you to our beautiful city and looking forward to answering your questions so don’t hesitate to ask!

Christina de Castell & Patricia Cia, Host Chapter Committee co-chairs & SLA Fellows

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