CICan is committed to significantly reducing the climate and other environmental impacts of its annual conference, the majority of which are travel related. To support us in this effort, we encourage you to consider these sustainable travel options. See how CICan is working to green its annual conference.

Travel to/from Calgary

  • If flying, reduce your emissions by choosing direct flights when possible (multiple shorter flights and layovers are much more polluting) and minimize your luggage (the heavier the plane, the more fuel it burns).
  • Purchase carbon credits from a reputable source to offset the emissions produced by your flights. If your institution does not provide for this, consider the Great Bear Rainforest Carbon Project, which comes recommended by our conference co-host Bow Valley College.
  • If you’re travelling from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and BC, consider lower-emission travel modes including inter-city bus and carpooling.
  • Frequent bus rapid transit service is available between Calgary International Airport and downtown.

Travel within Calgary

Choose sustainable options including walking (don’t miss Calgary’s famous Plus 15 Skywalk), e-Scooters and e-Bikes, Calgary Transit (including a downtown free fare zone on the wind-powered C-Train) and ride-sharing.

Explore More Pass from Tourism Calgary

Calgary is a place on the fringe – familiar, but largely undiscovered. From its bustling downtown to character-filled neighbourhoods, Calgary is full of secrets, surprises, and stories — and Calgarians are eager to share those experiences with the world. Renowned for its warm western hospitality, Calgary prides itself on being the Ultimate Host City. With one of the world’s most modern, welcoming airports, world-class accommodations and venues, an exploding culinary, arts and culture scene, and an impressive list of attractions and activities to suit every type of visitor, Calgary is a city that delivers a remarkable experience from arrival to departure.
Visit the Calgary Tourism CICan 2024 Site for more information on the Explore Pass!


Calgary TELUS Convention Centre

136 8 Ave SE
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 0K6

Travel Providers

Air Canada

Destination Code: YYC (CA)
Code: PHU36XA1
Travel Dates: Apr 20 - May 8, 2024
Restrictions: Travel is valid Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For North America’ 5% applies on standard fares, 10% on flex fares & higher. For International Travel’ 10% on standard fares & higher. However, all bookings made using the promotion code will count toward the minimum 10 passenger requirement for Meetings and Conventions events.


Destination Code: Calgary, Alberta
Code: 0I1I5RA
Travel Dates: Apr 21 - May 8, 2024
Restrictions: CICan Annual Conference 2024, we are able to offer 5% off Econo* and 10% off EconoFlex and Premium fares for travel within Canada and 2% off Econo*, 5% off EconoFlex and 10% off Premium base fares for guests travelling Trans-border. No discount will apply to Basic or Business class bookings. To take advantage of this offer, you will need the discount code listed.


Special discounted rates are available at the following hotel(s). Please note that accommodation is not included in the registration fee. You must register for the event prior to reserving your hotel accommodation. 

Calgary Marriott Downtown

110 – 9th Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 5A6

Rate: $235.00 (Standard)
Book by: Mar 30, 2024

Fairmont Palliser

133 – 9th Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 2M3

Rate: $239.00 (Standard)
Book by: Mar 25, 2024

Hilton Garden Inn Calgary Downtown

711 – 4th Street SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 1N3

Rate: $169.00 (Standard)
Book by: Mar 24, 2024

Hyatt Regency Calgary

700 Centre Street SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 5P6

Rate: $229.00 (Standard)
Book by: Apr 4, 2024

Things to see and do in Calgary

For ideas of what to see and do in Calgary, please visit the Calgary tourism website.

Note: CICan will not be responsible for reimbursement of any expenses incurred in the event of cancelled flights or accommodations, lost luggage, or event postponement. It is strongly recommended that all delegates and speakers secure trip cancellation coverage or speak with their travel advisor as to their options should any of these events arise.

Code of Conduct & Duty of Care

As we begin holding events in person, the health and safety of all attendees remains our priority. Learn more about the extra steps in place to protect everyone attending our events in-person.