Phone: 613.736.1003
Fax: 613.736.1395

Télé: 613.736.1003
Télécopieur: 613.736.1395

General Information

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Theme "Road Safety. Innovating. Together."

The theme of our annual meeting reflects the reality of today’s road safety issues.

Innovating – The changes for which we have been preparing for years are becoming reality: the legalization of cannabis is imminent, self-driving cars are already in operation on certain roads, and new technologies are reshaping our everyday lives. In the face of such changes, innovation is vital.

Together – In this context, it is inspiring to know that we can share our expertise and work together towards our common goal. Together, we will be able to respond to new challenges in an efficient and concerted way.

Now more than ever, the CCMTA’s role is essential. We will adapt to the fundamental transformations in the world of transportation collectively, with flexibility and creativity.

Location of meetings, exhibit and sessions

Unless otherwise indicated, all meetings and educational sessions will take place at the Québec Convention Centre, including the exhibition. The convention centre is conveniently located in between the Hilton and Delta Hotels and is easily accessible from both properties.

Dress Code

Dress code for all meetings and sessions (including the Opening Ceremonies) as well as the Provincial Banquet is Business Casual. All social events are considered casual. Be sure to bring comfortable shoes and a fleece or knit sweater, as there may some walking involved getting to social event venues.

Business casual: Trousers/khakis, slacks or skirts, long or short sleeved shirts with a collar including polo shirts, sweaters. No jeans. No athletic wear.

Casual: Jeans, khakis or dress shorts, casual skirts or dresses, long or short sleeved shirts with/without a collar including polo shirts, T-shirts and casual footwear.

Weather & Packing Tips

Described as “moderate”, the daily temperature in early June ranges from highs of 18-20°C (approximately 70 degrees Fahrenheit) during the day to lows of 10-12°C (approximately 50-53 degrees Fahrenheit) in the evening.

Take a look at historical weather data to get an idea of what the conditions may be like for your trip. You can find Québec City’s historical weather information at Environment Canada.

Having a fleece or knit sweater on hand for easy layering will keep you comfortable wherever you are as it can get windy close to the water. Comfortable shoes are also recommended when visiting Quebec’s old town and downtown areas.