Since 1795, Edmonton has evolved from a little trading post on the the prairie to big city on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. There’s a lot to love about our city – from the vast ribbon of green space along the river valley to the vibrant art, music and food scene. Discover why more than one million people are proud to call Edmonton home.
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The Shaw Conference centre located at 9797 Jasper Avenue is the host of the 2018 Cities and Climate Change Science conference in downtown Edmonton. Preferred room rates have been established with 5 hotels within an 8 block radius of the Shaw Conference Centre:
Getting around Edmonton is easy. Many of our hotels and venues are linked directly to our downtown’s indoor pedestrian network (pedway). Should delegates want to explore Edmonton beyond its downtown, there are taxis as well as a very efficient public transit system comprised of buses and light rail transit (LRT).
Edmonton Transit System (ETS) has implemented technology such as the Smart Bus Programme; it allows the system to send, receive and broadcast real-time information so that passengers and bus drivers have access to bus departure information around the city.
The Shaw Conference Centre is Situated in the city’s vibrant downtown core atop the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, the central location offers easy access to Edmonton’s major hotels, restaurants, theatre venues, river valley and shops.