Join Us in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador — The Path to The Arctic
St. John’s International Airport
100 World Parkway
St. John’s, NL, Canada A1A 5T2
Toll-Free in Atlantic Canada: 1-866-758-8581
St. John's Convention Centre
50 New Gower Street
St. John’s, NL, Canada A1C 1J3
Phone: 709-758-1111 Ext: 403
About St. John's
- An ideal staging and proving ground for Arctic-related research
- Offers the global Arctic industry a strategic North Atlantic base of operations on international shipping lanes and northern sea routes
- Home to well-established industrial infrastructure and development capacity to support a growing energy sector
- Site of world-class academic and training institutions prepared to respond to the demand for innovative technology solutions
Located on the northeast coast of North America, St. John’s is the capital city of the Province of Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. St. John’s is one of the oldest cities in North America cradled in a harbor carved from 500 million year old rock surrounded by hills running down to the ocean. The majority of the population in St. John’s descends from both Ireland and England. Newfoundland has its own time zone – 1.5 hours ahead of Easter Standard Time and, as the most easterly point in North America, it is where the sun first rises.
As a result of its proximity to the massive hydrocarbon potential of the region, St. John’s is rapidly developing as the commercial and technical center of the growing Canadian offshore petroleum industry. Its strategic position and economic connection to the ocean has made St. John’s home to specialized and diverse marine expertise (harsh environment technologies, ice and arctic conditions, and oceans engineering). Its location and expertise also enables the City to be a gateway to arctic and northern regions.
For more information visit the Destination St. John’s website.
Delta St. John’s Hotel
120 New Gower Street
St. John’s, NL A1C 6K4
Toll Free Phone: 1-888-793-3582
St. John’s International Airport (YYT) is an international airport located 3 nautical miles northwest of St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador that serves the St. John’s Metro Area and the Avalon Peninsula. The Airport is only 10 minutes by taxi or car rental from the city center.
Six airlines currently offer scheduled passenger service year-round:
St. John’s International Airport currently operates a Closed Taxi Stand. City Wide Taxi is the exclusive provider of ground transportation services for the public at St. John’s International Airport. Taxis queue outside the Arrivals Area and a taxi dispatcher will be available to assist you.
Taxi rates are set for all hotels and B&Bs. All other locations are charged at the meter + $5. Taxi rate from the airport to the Delta St. John’s Hotel and Conference Center is set at $25.00 plus $3.00 for each additional person. Meter rates will apply for travel TO the airport. For further information, please contact City Wide Taxi at (709) 722-7777.
The Airport has six car rental companies on-site to cover all of your transportation needs. We do recommend that you contact the car rental companies directly in advance of your visit to ensure availability.
Metrobus Transit is a public transport system owned by the City of St. John's that operates 24 routes around the cities of St. John's and Mount Pearl and services major destinations including the Avalon Mall, Village Shopping Centre, Memorial University, Confederation Building, College of the North Atlantic, Marine Institute, Mile One Centre, and downtown St. John's. Adult fare is $2.25 or you can purchase multiple rides using the smart card system called “m-card”.
*Please note, there is no public transit or shuttle service other than for specific hotels operating directly to and from St. John’s International Airport.
Safety & Security
We recognize the legitimate serving of alcoholic beverages in the process of conducting business and social activities. We also recognize that the use and consumption of alcohol carries with it the requirement for all attendees to consume those beverages responsibly and in keeping with our professional code ethics and conduct. We strongly oppose the abuse and misuse of alcohol.
Fire Marshall Policies
One of the key components to the success of ATC is the safety of our attendees and presenters. Due to
the popularity of some session topics, it is possible for overcrowding to occur in a session or meeting room. Should this occur, we must comply with the Fire Marshal’s policies regarding room capacity and limit admittance to a room that is at capacity. Please make plans to arrive early for sessions that you have a strong interest in attending. In the event of an emergency, ATC staff and/or convention center staff will provide conference attendees with any necessary information and instructions.
The First Aid room is located on Level 3. Personnel throughout the Convention Centre and Delta Hotel are First Aid trained.
All attendees are required to wear their ATC name badge and badge holder at all times. Use of a badge by a person not named on the badge is grounds for confiscation. If you lose your conference badge, please return to Registration to obtain a replacement. Attendees 15 to 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. No one under 15 years of age will be admitted to ATC.
No Smoking Policy
Smoking is prohibited in all areas of St. John’s Convention Centre.