IACLEA’s 2019 Annual Conference & Exposition will take place in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The host city is a beloved metropolis on the west coast of Canada less than 150 miles from Seattle, Washington. Downtown Vancouver and the conference site are surrounded by fabulous restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, with mountains on one side and the harbor and ocean on the other. Visitors receive a stunning view year-round. Vancouver has many places in walking distance to experience natural beauty, such as the Granville Island Public Market. Alternatively, visitors can grab a bike and ride around the world-renowned Stanley Park Seawall and enjoy one of the largest urban parks.
You can expect IACLEA’s first-rate educational programming, of course, as well as a vendor showcase. But why else should you come? The food is great…There is lots of entertainment and excitement…Oh, and the beer is pretty good, too. And, at this time, the exchange rate is highly favorable to those using US currency.
The IACLEA staff is cooking up great tour and vacation packages for you and your family or friends to enjoy the amazing locale before or after the conference. The average June temperature is a glorious 67 degrees (daytime)!
If that is not enough: it is only an hour and a half gorgeous ferry ride from the city of Vancouver on the mainland to Vancouver Island and the lovely city of Victoria, British Columbia, or a couple of hours drive from Whistler, with stunning hiking trails, via the Sea to Sky Highway. It ranks number five for quality of living, among a global survey by human resources consultant Mercer’s.
IACLEA is pleased that the University of British Columbia Campus Safety Department will be the host institution.
Photos courtesy of Tourism Vancouver
Visit Vancouver: It’s an Awesome Pre- or Post-Vacation Area
Vancouver's unbeatable location and spectacular natural beauty make it the perfect gateway for rest and relaxation before or after the Annual Conference & Exposition!
Whistler golf resort and sightseeing is just a 90-minute drive
Victoria, British Columbia’s charming capital city, located on Vancouver Island, is a spectacular 35-minute floatplane ride away
Okanagan Valley, the province’s biggest wine growing region, is a four-hour drive east
Rocky Mountaineer offers two-day rail itineraries through British Columbia’s interior and on to Banff or Jasper in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Inside Passage route to Alaska via boat on one of the world's top cruise lines.
IACLEA will cook up great tour packages at special prices for conference attendees. Watch IACLEA communications for details.