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Annual Meeting
Toronto Tours Designed For Wide Range of Interests
Psychiatric News
Volume 41 Number 7 page 21-21

APA members attending this year's annual meeting in Toronto will have six different tour opportunities for getting to know the city throughout the convention week.

The tours are provided by Event Transportation Systems (ETS). All depart from and return to the Toronto Convention Centre and require a minimum of 30 people. Costs include round-trip bus transportation, tour guide, admissions, coordination, local taxes, gratuities, and other items unless otherwise noted.

The following are the six tours being offered:

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Niagara Falls—one of the great wonders of the natural world—is only 90 miles from Toronto. Those attending the annual meeting can take advantage of an all-day tour to the falls that includes a buffet lunch and time to take a "Maid of the Mist" boat trip to the falls' base. 

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Pricing information and a registration form are posted on the ETS Web site at<www.eventtrans.com/order06.htm>. This Web site can also be accessed through APA's annual meeting Web site at<www.psych.org/edu/ann_mtgs/am/06/index.cfm> by clicking on "Toronto Tours."

Reserved tickets may be picked up at the Tour Desk, located in the convention center lobby; tickets may also be purchased on site at the Tour Desk.

The deadline for advance reservations is May 1. For cancellations, contact ETS toll free at (888) 447-4387. Cancellations must be made prior to May 6 to receive a refund.

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Niagara Falls—one of the great wonders of the natural world—is only 90 miles from Toronto. Those attending the annual meeting can take advantage of an all-day tour to the falls that includes a buffet lunch and time to take a "Maid of the Mist" boat trip to the falls' base. 

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