2016 CONGRESS

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Provisional Program - Download the provisional Congress program here!

Download the CSLA-MALA Congress APP after you have registered for the Congress

1. Visit eventmobi.com/csla

2. Once you've accessed the app, install it on your device. Now, all you have to do is save it to your home screen for easy access later. (from your Menu button, click "Add to Home Screen")

3. Remember to refresh the APP often!

About the Congress - The CSLA is partnering with the Manitoba Associaton of Landscape Architects for the 2016 Congress. It will be held at the Fort Garry Hotel, Spa and Conference Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, from June 23rd to June 25th, 2016.

Reserve your hotel room- A room block is held for CSLA Congress delegates and there is vacancy at the hotel. Use CSLA Congress Group code and call 204-942-8251 to make a reservation at the Fort Gary Hotel or visit the reservation landing page on the hotel's web site.

The theme for the 2016 Congress is:

Home: locally inspired

Bringing the focus back to the local, this Congress will ask individuals to contemplate the influences of our work as landscape architects and its effects on the communities that we serve in order to improve all of our lives. How do we design/build our home for ourselves or for others? At what scale do we perceive our home and our community, and what influences it? What does it mean to call a place our home?

About Winnipeg

What to do in Winnipeg

Canadian Museum for Human Rights - a stunning architectural icon

Cool Gardens - an exhibition of contemporary garden and art installations

thermëa - a well-deserved moment of relaxation at the spa

Assiniboine Park Zoo - featuring polar bears

Fort Gibraltar - takes guests back in time to relive the fur trade 200 years ago

The Manitoba Museum - where the province's natural, economic and social history come alive

Winnipeg Art Gallery - Canada's first public art gallery, where art meets architecture

The Forks - at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, and one of the loveliest areas of the city

5 Things You Didn't Know About Winnipeg

  1. Winnipeg's Union Station was designed by the same architects responsible for the Grand Central Station in New York City.
  2. Winnipeg produces over 25,000 pounds of gold medal-winning golden caviar and sells it worldwide.
  3. Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet is Canada's oldest dance company and among the oldest in North America.
  4. The APTN, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, is headquartered in Winnipeg and is the first national Aborignal network in the world.
  5. Winnipeg is a biligual city - Winnipeg est une ville bilingue.

Learn about winnipeg on YouTube

CLICK HERE to see a video entitled "Visit Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada!"

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Congress Planning Committee

Bob Somers (Co-chair)                                                     
Bhavana Bonde (Co-chair)          
Michelle Legault (CSLA Executive Director)
David Bodnarchuk (Chair, Program Sub-Committee)
Aaron Hirota (Sponsorship/Exhibit Coordinator)      
Andrea Kennedy (Tour Coordinator)
Suzy Melo (Tour Coordinator)
Jonathan Watts (Student Program Coordinator)
Constantina Douvris (10x20x20)
Vanessa Jukes (Winnipeg Social)

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