We are excited to announce the International Physical Literacy Conference (IPLC), “Moving Forward Together,” will be hosted in Winnipeg, Canada on May 7-10, 2019. Join us as leaders from across the globe share best practices and research to advance the worldwide physical literacy movement. The conference will have exciting new topics attractive to a variety of sectors!
Known as the “cultural cradle of Canada,” Winnipeg is Manitoba’s cosmopolitan capital city offering plenty of charm. This four-season destination boasts a dazzling arts, theatre, and music scene, as well as diverse dining choices from award-winning chefs. Explore world-class attractions, including moving galleries inside the iconic Museum for Human Rights, and watch polar bears swim in an overhead tunnel at award-winning Journey to Churchill. Experience unique shopping, attractions, and outdoor adventures at The Forks or discover Winnipeg’s vibrant neighbourhoods, such as the artsy, historic Exchange District; the boho chic Osborne Village; or St. Boniface, Western Canada’s largest francophone community.
The conference will take place in downtown Winnipeg. It will be held at the Fort Garry Hotel with special events being held at the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and The Forks.Read More
Walking and cycling are by far the most convenient ways to get around the conference main hotel and workshop venues. You’ll be treated to incredible views of the Red River, historic neighbourhoods, and some of Canada’s most iconic architecture along the way – much of which cannot be witnessed from a car, bus or taxi. If you are in need of motorized transport you can access this from one of the city bus lines, a taxi, or by renting a car.Read More
One of the city’s most recognizable architectural landmarks, the century-old Fort Garry Hotel, Spa and Conference Centre ushers in a new era of modern-day style in downtown Winnipeg.Read More