HOPOS 2012
June 21-24, 2012
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Special Physical Accomodations

The conferences rooms, bathrooms, and lunch hall are wheel-chair accessible. The New Academic Building's entrances are wheel-chair accessible. The wheel-chair accessible entrance of the Arts and Administration Building is located on the side of the building giving on the New Academic Building (see map) Delegates in need of further physical special accomodations are welcome to contact the local committee at hopos@dal.ca if they need other

Accessible Ground Transportation.
The Metro Transit bus system offers a number of low-floor accessible routes. The main bus route going from most major hotels in downtown Halifax to the campus is bus route #1, which is completely accessible. Bus signs indicates for each stop what accessible routes are available at that spot. For bus routes between specific places, visit Google Transit for Halifax.

A number of other accessible ground transportation services are accessible in Halifax. For more information, visit the airport's webpage for travellers with special needs.

The local organizing committee is happy to help delegates organize childcare and babysitting services for delegates. If you need childcare services, please contact us at hopos@dal.ca with the following information: age of the child(ren), times services are require.

Special Events
Book Exhibit
Travel Grants

Maps and Directions
About Halifax
NS Travel Information
Halifax Dining Guide


Local Organizing Committee
Darren Abramson, Sina Adl, Micah Anshan, Adriana Benzaquén, Samantha Copeland, Ford Doolittle, Andrew Fenton, Mélanie Frappier,  Lisa Gannett, Letitia Meynell, Gordon McOuat, Kathryn Morris, Lisa Mullins, Andrew Reynolds, Eve Roberts, Ian Stewart.
Many thanks to our sponsors 
The University of King's College, Dalhousie University; Cape Breton University, Saint Mary's University; Situating Science (Atlantic Node)

Send all inquiries to  hopos@dal.ca
Last updated March 28, 2012