Travel to Toronto
Transit and Driving Directions to York University
AHIC 2012 will be held at York University's Keele Campus at the Executive Learning Centre, Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Ontario.
Executive Learning Centre
4700 Keele St.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3J 1P3
The Executive Learning Centre is located at 56 Fine Arts Road within the Keele Campus.
It is #94 on the campus map.
Due to construction at York University Keele Campus, it's recommended you follow the below directions:
Take Steeles Avenue east.
Follow Steeles Avenue east to Keele Street.
At Keele Street turn right going south, the campus is located on the right.
Turn right onto the campus via The Pond Road entrance, the second stop light after Steeles.
Take The Pond Road to James Gillies Street, which is on located on the right.
The Executive Learning Centre is next door to the Student Services Parking Garage, on Fine Arts Road, adjacent to the Schulich School of Business.
The closest parking to the ELC is the Student Services Parking Garage, which is located on James Gillies Street, next door to the ELC.
It is #84 on the campus map.
The cost is $2.25/half-hour ($15.00 max). Cash & credit cards are accepted.
Map of Keele Campus
York University's main campus is the Keele Campus, located in the former municipality of North York. Most of the University's faculties reside here, including Liberal Arts, Fine Arts, Environment Studies, Science and Engineering, Education, Health Osgoode Hall Law School and Schulich School of Business. The Schulich School of Business is Canada's Global Business School, ranked on of the top 10 MBA Schools worldwide.
Toronto is the central city within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in Southern Ontario and is one of the most accessible cities in North America by road, air, rail and water. It is only about a hour drive away for about five million Canadians, and within a 90-minute flight for 60 percient of the U.S. population. Toronto's population is one the most diverse in the world. Nearly all of the world's culture groups are represented in Toronto and more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken. Toronto is a relatively modern city, yet the tenth-most economically powerful city in the world, according to Forbes.