Getting to Montreal
You can also look into rideshare here: http://montreal.kijiji.ca/f-community-rideshare-W0QQCatIdZ5
If you are arriving by train, the downtown stop at Bonaventure station is well connected to the STM (Montreal's Public Transit) system.
If you are arriving by bus, the Berri-Uqam bus station is also connected to Montreal's STM (Montreal's Public Transit) system.
If you are flying to Montreal, you will arrive at the Pierre-Elliot Trudeau airport in Dorval (airport code: YUL). From the airport there is a bus (route 747) that will take you downtown for under $10 CAN. There are also many taxis available at the airport.
Once You're Here
For things to do in and around Montreal, take a look at Tourism Montreal's website for plentiful options.
Looking for good vegetarian/vegan food? Try out these great restaurants which are conveniently located close to Metro stations: http://vegemontreal.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=6&Itemid=77&lang=en
Looking for a grocery store? Here's a great resource to help you find organic and local food: http://www.equiterre.org/solution/ou-trouver-equitable
Where is the conference to be held in Montreal?
The conference is hosted by several generous sponsor univeristies. For details, see the Program and the map below.
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Last updated: 03/30/12