Old Montreal Walking Tour (Optional)

What:
Social Event
When:
Tuesday Jul 31   06:30 PM to 08:00 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Place Royale - Meet up for Walking Tours - Place Royal -Old Montreal
Discussion:
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Make the most of your 2018 CEWIL / ECAMT Canada Conference with an informative evening walk through historic and charming Old Montreal, led by a professional tour guide. Discover the cobblestone streets, statues to heroes, walls that speak volumes, and stories of migrants and nurses, soldiers and orphans, slaves, explorers, kings and fur traders, who built and rebuilt, conquered and re-conquered, one of the world’s most interesting cities.


Highlights include…

  • The exact spot where Montreal was founded, 376 years ago

  • The beautiful Notre-Dame Basilica, once the largest building in North America

  • Warehouse stores of the Anglo-Scott capitalists from Montreal’s industrial boom

  • A church with the tomb of a saint, who started Montreal’s biggest school board

  • Montreal’s largest market for over a century


Details:

  • Departures:  18h30 or 20h15, on Tuesday, 31 July 2018

  • Tour length:  90 minutes

  • Start point:  Place Royale (shuttle bus available for conference participants)

  • End point:  The Bonsecours Chapel (7 minutes walk from metro Champ-de-Mars)

  • Price:  $15 CAD per participant, taxes included

  • Payment & registration:  By credit card via ‘Round Table Tours:  +1-514-812-2003

  • Questions:  Email mr.shore.guide@gmail.com, and mention the CEWIL tour.


*Note: The tour involves a lot of walking, and is unfortunately not adaptable for people with reduced mobility.




Who's Attending 

  • Joy Andrews
    Career Educator, Special Projects, University of Victoria
  • Lavish Bangia
    Sr. Program Manager, Talent Development and Work Integrated Learning, MaRS Discovery District
  • Dr. Dana Church
    Manager, Research, WatCACE, University of Waterloo
  • Linda Crawford
    Associate Director, Work-Integrated Learning Support Services, Conestoga College
  • Natasha Dilay
    Manager Career Learning and Development, Royal Roads University
  • Sarah-Joy Kallos
    Employment Facilitator, Camosun College
  • Lisa Kelly
    Director of Learning Programs, Canadian Business SenseAbility
  • Cynthia Maclean
    Program Head, Centre for Workplace Education, British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)
  • Kate McRoberts
    Co-op Coordinator, Computing Programs, University of Guelph
  • Alice OCarroll
    Project Manager, Sheridan College
  • Caroline Roberts
    Program Lead-BCom, McMaster University
  • Nancy Sly
    Director, Applied Learning, Camosun College
  • Ian Wallace
    Co-op Coordinator, Commerce & Economics Programs, University of Guelph
  • 10 anonymous people

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