Conferences, conventions, meetings, events - with superb facilities and amenities, and a knack for hospitality that can't be beat, St. John's is an excellent choice, one of the best in the world!

Conferences, conventions, meetings, events – with superb facilities and amenities, and a knack for hospitality that can’t be beat, St. John’s is an excellent choice, one of the best in the world!

Here’s something that might surprise you: those who attend conferences in St. John’s tend to travel with more people and stay longer, on average, than when they travel to other destinations.

St. John’s hosts an average of 95 conferences per year. Here are just a few of the successful conferences and events we’ve hosted.

2014

Canadian Hydrographic Assoc.: April – 200 people
Canadian Assoc. of HIV/AIDS Research: April – 600 people
Funeral Services Assoc. of Canada: May – 400 people
Canadian Assoc. of Career Educators & Employers: May – 300 people
Canadian Nutrition Society: June – 200 people
Canadian Anesthesiologists Society: June – 1,500 people
Canadian Assoc. of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: June – 200 people
Canadian Urological Assoc.: June – 500 people
Canadian Veterinary Medical Assoc.: July – 800 people
Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors: July – 300 people
Subaru Canada: July – 270 people
Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists: August – 300 people
Canadian Bar Assoc.: August – 700 people
Nalcor Energy Conjugate Margins Conference: August – 300 people
Canadian Assoc. of Radiation Oncology: August – 450 people
OCEANS: September – 1,900 people
Mechanical Contractors Assoc. of Canada: September – 300 people
Canadian Parking Assoc.: September – 300 people
Canadian Institute of Steel Construction: September – 300 people
Versaterm Inc.: October – 300 people
NACE: October – 300 people
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology: October – 450 people
Canadian Assoc. for Graduate Studies: October – 250 people
Canadian Institute of Mining: November – 300 people
Canadian Interuniversity Sport: November – 300 people
Campus Stores Canada: November – 200 people

2013

Advisory Council on the Status of Women: Jan. – 800 people
Cdn. Agency for Drugs & Technologies in Health: May – 500 people
Cdn. Assoc. of Medical Radiation Technologists: May – 500 people
Motion Picture Theatre Assoc. of Canada: May – 500 people
TechSelect: May – 100 people
Cdn. Urban Transit Assoc.: June – 350 people
World Ball Hockey Championships: June – 900 people
Cdn. Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics: June – 250 people
International Child & Youth Care Conference: June – 500 people
Maple Leaf Atlantic: June – 600 people
Cdn. Association of School Administrators: July – 200 people
Telus Retail Ltd.: July – 100 people
Harley Davidson: July– 200 people
UA Canada: July – 300 people
The Co-operators Insurance: Aug. – 100 people
Association of Kinsmen and Kinettes: Aug. – 500 people
Castle Building Centres Group Ltd.: Aug. – 250 people
Economic Developers Assoc. of Canada: Sept. – 600 people
World Seafood Congress: Oct. – 400 people
World Darts Championship: Oct – 600 people
Cdn. Assoc. of Nephrology Nurses & Technologists: Oct. – 500 people
Cdn. Academy on Audiology: Oct– 300 people
Cdn. Technical Asphalt Assoc.: Nov. – 350 people

2012

Johnson Inc. – 300 people
Canadian Society of Nephrology – 300 people
Canadian Housing and Renewal Association – 400 people
Remax Promotions Inc. – 300 people
Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologists- 400 people
Catholic Health Alliance of Canada – 400 people
Boys and Girls Club of Canada – 400 people
Geographical and Mineralogical Association of Canada – 400 people
Marketing Research and Intelligence Association – 400 people
Financial Executives International Canada – 500 people
Administrative Services Association of Canada – 450 people
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada – 330 people
Canadian Society for Immunology – 200 people
Dairy Farmers of Canada – 200 people
Institution of Public Administrators of Canada – 600 people

2011

Canadian Life and Health Association – 200 people
RCMP Veterans’ Association – 300 people
Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada – 500 people
Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians – 800 people
Emergency Medical Service Chiefs of Canada – 300 people
Canadian Association of Physicists – 400 people
Canadian Society of Microbiologists – 300 people
Public Service Alliance of Canada – 400 people
Canadian Water Resources Association – 400 people
Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Association – 400 people
Canadian Medical Association – 500 people
International Council of Shopping Centres – 200 people
CARSTAR – 300 people
Subway Ltd – 200 people
Canadian Hospice and Palliative Care Association – 500 people
Association of Canadian Pension Management – 450 people
Canadian Chamber of Commerce – 400 people
Starkey Canada – 200 people
Building Owners and Managers’ Association – 400 people
International Council for Traditional Music – 500 people

2010

Scotiabank – 500 people
CARAS/JUNO Awards – 1,200 people
Canadian Conference of Medical Education – 1,200 people
Canadian Museums Association – 350 people
Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists – 500 people
Canadian Apprenticeship Forum – 600 people
Pipeline Contractors Association of Canada – 300 people
Canadian Association of University Business Officers – 600 people
Canadian Standards Association – 300 people
AEGON Canada – 100 people
Canadian Dermatology Association – 350 people
Canadian School Boards Association – 600 people
Federation of Law Societies of Canada – 600 people
Canadian Physiotherapy Association – 400 people
Royal College of Dentists of Canada – 350 people
Lawton Drugs – 200 people
Sobeys Inc. – 150 people
Canadian Real Estate Association – 300 people
Porter Hetu International – 100 people
Canadian Institute of Mining – 400 people

2009

BMO Financial Group – 200 people
Canadian Society of Civil Engineering – 250 people
Community & Hospital Infection Control Association – 400 people
Electro Federation Canada – 600 people
National Healthcare Leadership – 950 people
Operating Room Nurses Association – 1,200 people
Canadian Society of Medical Lab Science – 400 people
Catholic Women’s League of Canada – 800 people
Canadian Psychiatric Association – 1,200 people
Castle Building Supplies – 200 people
International Congress of Heterocyclic Chemistry – 250 people
Risk Insurance and Management Society – 1,000 people
Great West Life – 700 people
London Life Insurance Company – 700 people