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October 24-27, 2024

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Join us in support and celebration of Canadian art and culture October 26 for Art Toronto Opening Night, a benefit for McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Drinks and light bites will be served. All proceeds from this evening benefit the McMichael Canadian Art Foundation.

Thursday, October 26, Opening Night & Collector's First Look 
Collector's First Look: 4pm - 6pm
Opening Night: 6pm - 10pm
Public Days
Friday, October 27; 12pm - 8pm
Saturday, October 28; 12pm - 8pm
Sunday, October 29; 12pm - 6pm

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Directions to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre

By Subway: Union Station stop. Exit station and proceed west on Front Street. The PATH doors to MTCC will be locked.

By GO Train: From Union Station proceed west on Front Street to the North Building. The PATH doors to MTCC will be locked.

Parking: The Metro Toronto Convention Centre has 1,700 indoor parking spaces. The entrance to the North Building parking garage is on Simcoe Street just south of Front Street West. There are 12 accessible parking spaces on Level 4A of the garage. Valet parking is available at the InterContinental Toronto Centre hotel at 255 Front Street West.

From Airport (UP Express): Union Pearson Express (UP Express) connects Toronto Pearson International Airport to Union Station in the heart of downtown Toronto in just 25 minutes. UP Express trains depart every 15 minutes 19 ½ hours a day between 5:30 a.m. and 1 a.m. Just steps away from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Get your tickets at, in-station at ticket vending machines, at customer service counters, or even onboard the train.

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