Welcome to our annual PSR/RPS Canada and PSR B.C.’s National Conference
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We will be hosting a Welcome Reception at the Coast Plaza Hotel on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015
Join us for music and a social gathering from 5:30pm – 7:00pm in the Ballroom Foyer.
We will be hosting a movie/popcorn evening with movies related to the mental health sector on Tuesday, June 16th from 7:00pm – 9:00pm. More info to come…
The Pre Conference Institutes Program will be on Monday, June 15th from 9:00am – 3:30pm
and the 2 Day Conference Program on Tuesday, June 16th and Wednesday, June 17th, 2015
at the Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites, 1763 Comox Street, Vancouver, B.C.
Our Fantastic Keynotes this year include Wendy Edey (Hope Institution), Susan McGurk (Boston University), Brent Seal (www.sealwellness.com) and Kim Mueser (Boston University).
These are keynote presentations you don’t want to miss!
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We hope you will find some time to explore Vancouver. Coast Plaza Hotel is centrally located. Adjacent to Denman Street is home to a multitude of storefronts and restaurants, boasting culinary delights from all over the globe. From falafels at Babylon Café to hand-made ramen at Kintaro to the solid Western cuisine offerings at Cactus Club Cafe, Denman Street is a foodie delight
Located within minutes of the hotel’s front door, Stanley Park is an ecological oasis in the heart of the city—perfect for a jog, stroll or picnic. While you’re there, check out the Vancouver Aquarium, a dynamic place to learn about and experience aquatic life first-hand.
Located almost at the hotel’s front door, English Bay connects to the Stanley Park Seawall, a popular running and biking route. English Bay features the Cactus Club Café, as well as kayak rentals, volleyball courts, beaches and events such as the Polar Bear Swim.
Located across the water, hotel guests can take a trip across False Creek in one of Vancouver’s little blue aqua ferries. Granville Island is a sprawling haven of activity featuring fine restaurants, theatres, galleries and artists’ studios and all things fresh: seafood, fruit, vegetables, plants, flowers, candies and fudge, breads and baked treats.