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The International Association for the Study of Pain
Traveling to Halifax and Getting Around
Halifax is easily accessible by air, land and sea

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is Atlantic Canada’s centre for domestic, regional and international flight service offering direct flights to and from other Canadian cities, major city centres in the US, as well as the UK and Continental Europe. Halifax is approximately a 30-minute drive from Halifax Stanfield International Airport to the downtown. There are several transportation options from limo, taxi or Uber to express shuttle service and local transit. 
International Visitors 
All international travellers to Canada will require a Passport and an electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Some travellers may require a Visa. To be sure, consult the list of Visa-exempt and Visa-required nations.  
Checkout this page for information on customs and taxation in Halifax.

Show your Badge 
Show Your Badge is a local conference delegate appreciation program. Simply show your badge at participating Halifax businesses and earn special offers. Save on the best the city has to offer, from souvenirs to local experiences. 
Visitor Guide 
Not sure where to start?  Visit the ISPP Discover Halifax Visitor's Guide.

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Halifax Convention Centre 
The 14th International Symposium on Pediatric Pain will be held at the beautiful Halifax Convention Centre, located in the geographic and cultural heart of downtown. Surrounded by multiple hotels, walking distance to countless restaurants; and near theatre, live music, pubs, and shops. Right where you want to be. 
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