Venue & Accommodation
ICANM2021 will take place from  August 9 to 11  at Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa Downtown, Ottawa, Canada.
Nestled on the banks of the majestic Ottawa, Rideau and Gatineau Rivers, Ottawa is one of the most beautiful G8 capitals in the world. Ottawa is also rich in culture and heritage with its many national institutions, parklands, waterways and historic architecture.
The Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa located in downtown Ottawa and it's the only Ottawa hotel in the heart of the famous Byward Market. The hotel is within walking distance of the city's many restaurants, shopping venues, downtown businesses, National Arts Centre, Museum of Civilization, Rideau Canal and Parliament Hill. Summer is festival season in Ottawa and there's always something happening in downtown Ottawa.More information about Ottawa .
Hotel Accommodation
A special block of rooms at a discounted rate of $179 per night is being held and available to conference attendees at the Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa. Reservations should be done early to guarantee your space.  
 To book your room on-line click Here.
 to book by phone call  1-613-241-1000 or  Toll-free: 1 800 341 2210   ( Please mention during reservation, Group Reservation code: ICA )

Hotel Address: 350 Dalhousie St, Ottawa, ON K1N 7E9

Traveling to Ottawa

The language for the conference is English. Ottawa is a bilingual (English and French) and multi-cultural city.

Tourist Information
Please check the web site at or for further information.

The Canadian currency is the Canadian Dollar. For the latest exchange rate please check

The electrical voltage in Canada is 110 V, 60 cycle AC. Adapters can be found at most electrical stores nearby.

Participants requiring a visa for entry into Canada are strongly advised to apply for the appropriate Visa in their own country as soon as possible. Click here for additional info.

Early September weather in Ottawa is usually beautiful and pleasant.  More information on the current weather and forecasts in Ottawa can be obtained from the Environment Canada Web site.