Hotel & Travel

Hotel Information

The AMSN Annual Convention will take place at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel and AMSN has secured a block of rooms for attendees.

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2M9
Room Rate: $244 USD/$322 CAD/night

The link to book your hotel for the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel will be provided in your registration confirmation email. 


Travel to the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is conveniently located near two airports:

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) - Recommended
16.8 miles away

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
2.8 miles away

Passport Information

AMSN would like to remind all U.S. citizens that they are required to have a valid U.S. Department of State-issued passport to enter Canada. The U.S. State Department is currently recommending that new applications for a passport are submitted 12-16 weeks prior to travel and that renewals are submitted 6-8 weeks prior to travel. 

Visa Information

To ensure that foreign nationals residing in the United States do not encounter difficulties re-entering the United States from Canada after attending the meeting in September, we recommend that you consult the U.S. State Department website or an immigration attorney to verify the current U.S. re-entry requirements for your specific visa (i.e., H-1, J, F, etc.). Depending on your country of origin, some individuals may also need to obtain a visa to enter Canada. Individuals should consult their home country's foreign office for specific information regarding requirements for entry into Canada.

Please see below for resources to help you with your application:

If you need an invitation letter, please email

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