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Location and date

Preconferences: July 22-23
Exhibit dates: July 24-27
Annual conference: July 24-28

Metro Toronto Convention Centre
222 Bremner Blvd.
Toronto, ON M5V 3L9

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Time zone

Toronto operates on Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). What time is it in Toronto?


The primary language spoken in Toronto is English.


July temperatures in Toronto average 70°F (21°C).

Currency and exchange

The official currency is the Canadian Dollar (CAD). Determine your exchange rate.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Event staff will be glad to assist you with any special needs (i.e., physical, dietary, etc.). Please contact Mara Davis prior to the live event at +1.312.335.5835.


The Alzheimer's Association promotes business casual attire for the duration of AAIC. Consider bringing a light jacket or sweater since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary.


All AAIC 2016 attendees, speakers, contractors, exhibitors, members of the media and guests must register and receive a badge to gain admittance to conference sites. Conference badges must be properly displayed at all times.


Early bird registration is available through May 13. On-site registration will be available during the meeting beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday, July 22. Register now to secure your spot at AAIC 2016.


Register today for AAIC

AAIC registration is now open! Reserve your spot today to join the world’s leading Alzheimer’s disease and dementia researchers, clinicians and practitioners as they gather to share and discuss the latest in dementia science.

New this year – Emerging Concepts in Basic Science

Learn more about the newest addition to AAIC 2016, the Emerging Concepts series. This innovative series is designed to provide basic scientists with specific sessions focused on tau, inflammation and secretase biology.

Where the world reveals the latest dementia research • Register now