Inside Li Ka Shing: The Venue EAC Conference 2014

The minute we stepped inside the light, airy, Asian-inspired space at Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, we knew it was the perfect place to host Tracking Change: e-Merging Methods and Markets, EAC’s national conference for 2014. This brand-new venue embodies the concepts that inspired our theme: innovation, advanced technology, creativity, and collaboration.

The 9-storey glass and steel exterior of Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute in Toronto
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute

Completed in 2011, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute is a division of St. Michael’s Hospital and is managed by the Pantages Hotel. It includes reception and banquet space, a large auditorium, and several seminar rooms equipped with the latest presentation technology. The large windows, open spaces, and light wood throughout the building create an open, inviting atmosphere — a blend of relaxation and inspiration, perfect for the networking and professional development at the heart of conference.

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Auditorium at Li Ka Shing
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Seminar Room, Li Ka Shing
Li Ka Shing main entrance, an open area with lots of windows and a glass, steel, and light wood staircase rising in the centre
Main Entrance, Li Ka Shing

Li Ka Shing is conveniently located at 209 Victoria Street in Toronto. The nearest major intersection is Yonge and Queen. Nearby landmarks include The Eaton Centre, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), and St. Lawrence Market. The venue is easily accessible via TTC (subway and streetcar) and is a short walking distance from several hotels.

Come see this gorgeous, contemporary space for yourself! Join us at Tracking Change, EAC Conference 2014.

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