Maps, Directions, and Accommodations

Conference Venue

The conference will be held in rooms 140-143 of the HNES Building (Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building).   Please refer to #31 on the campus map posted at


The closest parking garage is item #83 on the campus mp posted at

Public Transportation

If you take public transporation, go to for TTC, GO Transit, and York Region Transit information.

Driving Directions

Driving directions to York University Keele Campus are available at

Please note that construction has begun on and around campus in preparation for the start of tunneling and subway station construction.   Participants coming to the Keele Campus for the conference are encouraged to enter campus via the Pond Road (off of Keele Street), Sentinal Road (off of Finch Avenue) or Shoreham Drive (off of Jane Street) entrances.

Shuttle and Accessible transportation

Go to


City Taxi:   (416) 751-5555.    Offers accessible Taxis, and transportation to and from the Airport.

Dignity Transportation Inc:  (416) 398 – 2222.   Offers accessible transportation

Beck Taxi:   (416) 740-2222.

More Listing can be found at

Hotels on Campus  

1.  Executive Learning Centre, Schulich School of Business

Price:  $149 plus tax per night  (includes breakfast on the morning of your stay;  price subject to change)

Reservation:    Phone: (416) 650-8300    Fax: (416) 650-8333       Email:

Location:  #94 on the campus map posted at


2.  York Suites

Pricing:    Bachelor: $103 per night.    One Bedroom Apartment: $109 per night.   Food not included.   Prices subject to change.

Location:   #47 on the campus map posted at

To make reservations, contact Steve by phone at (416) 736-2100 ext. 44170 or by emai at

Off Campus Hotel Listings and Pricing

For a listing of hotels within the area, refer to:

Allergy alert:   We request conference participants not to bring in any nut or soy products, and not to wear scented products.

Caption:  The heading contains 3 images.  From left: a presenter standing next to her academic poster, a presenter sitting at the front of a room reading her paper, a keynote  facing his audience.  These images were taken at the 2009 CDSSA Graduate Student Conference.