1. When does the Conference take place?
The Canadian Animal Law Conference will take place in person, September 29 - October 1, 2023. Friday, September 29 is devoted to the Student Animal Law Conference, and the North American Animal Law Conference Scholars Track.
2. Will the Conference be streamed online?
All events will take place exclusively in person and will not be streamed online.
3. I'm a speaker. Do I still have to register?
Yes. All attendees must register at their own expense, including speakers and moderators. There is a discounted rate for speakers. For assistance or questions, please contact event organizer Sarah Janson at email@example.com.
4. I can no longer attend the Conference. Can I refund or transfer my ticket?
Please see the Ticket Policy on the registration page for more information.
5. Is financial support available for students?
Yes! Members of student Animal Justice clubs at Canadian law schools are invited to apply here for student travel grants. If your school doesn't yet have a club, get in touch and we can discuss your eligibility!
6. What is the best way to travel to the Conference venue? And where should I stay?
Please visit our Travel & Accommodations page for suggestions.
We recommend taking public transit or a taxi to the event, but if you prefer to drive, a parking map is available here.
7. Will there be plant-based food options available?
Yes! All food served at the conference will be plant-based and vegan, containing no meat, fish, dairy, eggs, or other animal products.
Note that attendees are on their own for dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings, and are encouraged to make dinner reservations in advance as Toronto restaurants can be quite busy.
8. Can you suggest any veg-friendly restaurants in Toronto?
Toronto has some incredible plant-based restaurants, and is regularly ranked as one of the world’s best vegan food destinations. You can find a list of restaurants, stores, and other businesses on Happy Cow. We also suggest checking out Foodism's list of vegan-friendly restaurants.
Animal Justice's executive director Camille Labchuk also tracks her favourite plant-based eats in the city. You can find her Google Map here.
Reservations are encouraged in advance, as Toronto restaurants can be quite busy on weekends.
9. Can I sponsor the conference?
Yes! For information about sponsorship opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.