Oh, Canada

Visit Canada’s Largest City — Save a Bundle

Canadian Loonies and Toonies ($1 and $2 coins)

The current value of the Canadian dollar means substantial savings for our international friends.

Our currency has been taking a hit over the past few years due to the low price of oil, and other economic issues. It hasn’t been easy on our snowbirds, but it’s been a welcome bit of relief for our export industry, and travel & tourism.

From the United States? Expect up to 30% off your bill.

The current exchange rate works out to each Canadian dollar costing approximately $0.72 US.

Essentially, that means when you travel here you’ll get nearly 30% off all your food, car rentals, hotels, shopping, and, of course, your very own NSNorth conference pass.

As early bird pricing has wrapped up, our $899 conference pass will cost our neighbours to the South only $655!

From Overseas? Expect even more savings.

Our $899 conference pass converts to around 455£ or 590€. This isn’t new to people from overseas as the Pound and Euro have been valued substantially higher than the Canadian dollar for decades.

Attendance is limited again this year so please don’t wait too long. Reserve your seat here.

Our cash is colourful, like our people

Credit: Jonathan Hayward-Canadian Press

Who wouldn’t want some good looking Canadian money to show around? It looks great and it’s now made out of polymer — we’re progressive like that.

Visitor’s Guide Coming Soon

Be sure to stay tuned for our Visitor’s Guide to Toronto. Until we have finished ours, we welcome you to check out the official website of Tourism Toronto.

Toronto is such a fun place to visit, regardless if you are by yourself or joined by your family. You should make Toronto your next affordable vacation.

Air Canada’s new Dreamliner, Boeing’s 787–8

Travel Can’t Get Much Easier

Toronto’s Pearson International Airport has flights that provide non-stop and same-plane service to over 180 destinations around the globe. Fewer connections means less hassle. Below are some direct routes.

San Francisco (SFO)— Toronto (YYZ), $432USD with Air Canada.

Dallas (DFW) — Toronto (YYZ), $590USD with Air Canada.

New York (EWR) — Toronto (YTZ), $295USD with Porter Airlines

Chicago (MDW) — Toronto (YTZ), $235USD with Porter Airlines

Porter Airlines has also provided a 15% discount on regular fares using the discount code, NSNRTH16. You can read more about that on our website’s Where page near the bottom.

Canada’s Porter Airlines

Thanks for reading. If you are living abroad, we hope you’ll consider coming for a visit. We look forward to meeting you in April!

Reserve your spot today by clicking here to purchase your ticket .

— Dan Byers, Co-organizer, NSNorth

Join us in downtown Toronto, Canada, from April 28–30 for three days of awesome speakers, activities, food, and drink.