To the sponsors, vendors, delegates, speakers and volunteers who participated in our conference:
It was a pleasure to host the CPTC here in Winnipeg. We hope you enjoyed the experience.
Sincerely, The CPTC Organizing Committee.
Winnipeg is centrally located; not far from anywhere. It could be a “road trip” for many of you, and for those from greater distances, the city boasts a state-of-the art international airport.
When you’re not "Conferencing", the city has an abundance of things to do.
By day, visit with a polar bear, or take a thought-provoking excursion to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
By evening, go for dinner to one of our hundreds of restaurants, take in live theatre, or "shop 'til you drop". By mid-April, our infamous "Winnipeg winter" will be past.
Pack light - no need for "toques and parkas".
April 16-21, 2016. Registration will begin Saturday afternoon, April 16th, and continue until Conference sessions begin Monday morning, April 18th.
The Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre. Located next to the James A. Richardson International Airport, this facility is Winnipeg's largest convention centre hotel. The entire conference will be held under "one roof".
Do not hesitate to contact the CPTC 2016 Committee Members with any questions you may have. We are happy to help!
To make your hotel reservation online visit www.vicinn.com. Use group code: 660532.
Accommodation is also available at a number of other nearby hotels.
The Canadian Pupil Transportation Conference organizing committee is very appreciative of the generous support given by its sponsors.
We will be offering a four hour course entitled Communication Skills for Transportation Professionals on Sunday April 17, 2016. The course is about how to project self-confidence, how to recover from mistakes and how to get ideas accepted and implemented.