The Immigrant Education Society’s conference on “Refugee and Newcomer Women’s Emotional Un-wellness as a Barrier to Economic Integration” will be held in the Patricia A. Whelan Performance Hall, and the BMO Community Room & Large Meeting Rooms at the Central Public Library in Calgary, Canada.
The Central Public Library is located in the heart of East Village, downtown Calgary, just minutes walk from Calgary’s City Hall transit station and the Core shopping centre. The Central Library is also within walking distance of several hotels, Calgary Tower and Fort Calgary, the primary visiting sites in downtown Calgary. Calgary will surprise you with its beauty, cool eateries, nightlife, and long, worthwhile to-do list. Calgary is located in proximity of the Canadian Rocky Mountains and several National Parks (including Banff, Yoho, and Jasper) that are worth visiting, even in the cold winter season.
The TIES conference will be held on January 29 & 30, 2020. This is winter in Calgary, so please be prepared for snow and temperatures below -10 degrees Celsius during the day.