Ontario University Registrars' Association

2018 Local Info

Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the OURA 2018 Conference is steps away from world-class theatres, shopping and major attractions. Looking for some additional options for your free time? Here are a few suggestions:

Dining, Theatre and More
Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world with a multitude of cultures and cuisines within a short walk or transit ride from the Conference hotel. Explore Chinatown, Greektown, Little India or Kensington Market and try something new!

Check out the latest offerings for February 2018 in Toronto’s exciting Theatre district at www.mirvish.com.

If you’re a sports fan – the Toronto Raptors play a home game on February 13th and the Toronto Maple Leafs play February 14th.

Hit the Ice
The Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel is steps away from Nathan Phillips Square, home to Toronto City Hall and an outdoor ice rink in the winter. It’s a great spot to take in the downtown sights (bring your own skates or skate rentals are available).

See the Sea
Toronto’s Ripley’s Aquarium features more than 16,000 aquatic animals and North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnels. It’s also open until 11pm most days.

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) are home to world class collections and are just a short transit ride or walk away.

Toronto’s historic Distillery District offers shops, cafes and restaurants in the former buildings of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, just east of downtown.

For detailed information on upcoming Toronto events, local restaurants, and access to Tourism Toronto’s free mobile app, click here to visit the official website of Tourism Toronto.