LIVABLE CITIES FORUM
FROM INTENTION TO IMPLEMENTATION
September 25 to 27, 2023
LCF 2023 will take place at the Living Arts Centre — an accessible state-of-the-art facility located in the heart of downtown Mississauga. Forum delegates will also have the opportunity to discover Mississauga and the region through study tours and during evening events. Transportation to and from the Living Arts Centre will be arranged for all Forum delegates.
Getting to to Living Arts Centre
The Living Arts Center is located on Living Arts Drive, which intersects with Duke of York Boulevard, Princess Royal Drive, and Prince of Wales Drive. It is only a short walk from the Delta Hotels Toronto Mississauga and the City Centre Transit Terminal. It can be easily reached by bike, local transit, ride-share, taxi services, or car. Underground parking is open during regular facility hours and paid on-street parking is also available on Living Arts Drive & Prince of Wales Drive in designated spots.
Call the Living Arts Centre: 905-306-6000
Recommended Hotel Accommodation
The Delta Hotels Toronto Mississauga is the closest hotel to the Living Arts Centre — it is located a short walk (10 minutes) from where the Forum is taking place. Rooms are available for a discounted rate for Forum delegates starting at $209/night for bookings between Sunday September 24 and Thursday September 28, 2023.
Be sure to book early to take advantage of the close proximity and discounted rates! Bookings must be made before August 24, 2023 to access the Forum’s discounted rate. Click the button below to access the Forum discount and book your stay via the Marriott reservation system.
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The Livable Cities Forum is ICLEI Canada's annual event to bring communities together. ICLEI Canada supports local action to achieve net zero, resilience, sustainability, and biodiversity goals. We provide programming, training, and consulting services on a variety of local climate and sustainability issues.
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