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Friday March 22, 2019
5-7pm - Dawn Dumont Plenary @ LCH Conference*
Reception to follow*
Saturday March 23, 2019
8:00am-9:00am - Roundtable on 1969 @ LCH Conference*
12:30pm - 6:00pm - Anti-69 Conference plenary and panels
8:00pm - Film showing of Forbidden Love
Sunday March 24, 2019
9:30am - 5:30pm - Anti-69 Conference panels and closing plenary
*Registrants with Anti-69 are invited to attend two events taking place at the Law, Culture and Humanities (LCH) Conference. Bring proof of Anti-69 registration with you to attend these events. The LCH Conference is taking place at the Chateau Laurier.
Richcraft Hall (Formerly River Building)
Carleton University, on the unceded territories of the Algonquin nation.
Richcraft Hall is a physically accessible space, with automatic doors and elevators at both entrances. Multi-stall washrooms are big enough for most mobility devices, each with two sets of railings (one behind and one to the side of the toilet). The bathrooms have been made gender-neutral for the conference, and are labeled accordingly. Please help us to make Anti-69 a scent-free environment by not wearing fragrances or using scented products. The lighting in the building is fluorescent, but will be adjusted where possible, and we request that there be no flash photography. There is a quiet room available that is labeled accordingly. Additional access information is available at the registration table. In the meantime, please send access inquiries and requests to Dani Normandeau at email@example.com
The Anti-69 Organizing Committee is committed to environmental justice and to organizing an event that attempts to minimize environmental impact. Please support us by bringing your own refillable water bottle and coffee mug. Please also bring and re-use a name tag from a previous conference if you have one. A full program will be available online in an accessible format. We will print an abridged version for use during the conference.
Click here for fee payment and registration.
- $0 - Unwaged/Low-Income
- $25 - Students
- $25 - Underemployed/Precarious
- $25 - Retired
- $75 - Full-Time Employed
- $100 - Full-Time Professor
- $250 - High-Income Rate
OC Transpo - 613-741-4390
Getting to Ottawa
Ottawa is located in Ontario, in the Southern East/Central part of Canada. The symposium will take at Carleton University, Richcraft Hall (formerly the River Building), 9376 University Drive, Ottawa, ON.
Via Highway 417
Highway 417 runs east/west through the centre of the City of Ottawa. Exit Highway 417 (also called the “Queensway”) at Bronson Avenue. Follow Bronson Avenue south approximately 2 kilometres. Carlton’s campus entrance will be on the right at the intersection of Bronson and Sunnyside Avenue.
Via Highway 416
Hwy 416 connects Hwy 401 (interchange near Prescott, Ontario) to Hwy 417. Follow Hwy. 416 to Hwy. 417 (East). Follow Hwy. 417 (the “Queensway”) and exit at Bronson Avenue. Follow Bronson Avenue south approximately 2 kilometres. Carlton’s campus entrance entrance will be on the right at the intersection of Bronson and Sunnyside Avenue.
Arrival by Air
Ottawa International Airport (YOW)
The Ottawa Airport is the main airport in the city. Please click this link for more information on transportation from the Airport to downtown Ottawa.
Arrival by Train or Bus
The Ottawa Train Station serviced by Via rail. The station is the approximately 15-20 minutes from downtown Ottawa. Taxis are available outside of the station.
Ottawa Central Station is located minutes from downtown Ottawa. Please click this link for more information on transportation from the bus station to downtown Ottawa.
Richcraft Hall (formerly the River Building)
9376 University Drive
OC Transpo - 613-741-4390
Travel Planner: http://plan.octranspo.com/plan
As the main public transit system within the city OC Transpo offers service to Carleton University.
- OCTranspo’s accessibility statement is here: http://www.octranspo.com/accessibility.
According to that statement, “OC Transpo buses and the O-Train are fully accessible. Their low floors allow for easy boarding. We have allocated spaces in each vehicle for customers using assistive or mobility devices.”
This is the bus info for Carleton (on weekends):
- OC Transpo Route 4 and Route 7 serve the campus all day. Route 4 can be caught downtown on Rideau or Queen Streets, or transfer to Route 4 at Hurdman or Billings Bridge stations. Route 7 can be caught downtown on Bank or Rideau Streets.
- The closest stop to Richcraft Hall is the Steacie Bus Stop. It is on the same side of the street as the Richcraft Building. The sidewalks all have ramps.
- All bus stops are listed on the Carleton website (https://carleton.ca/campus/map/).
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