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Delta Ottawa City Centre, 101 Lyon Street

Conference Venue & Accommodations
ctober 21st to October 23rd

The Delta Ottawa City Centre is ideally located in a prime downtown location in the midst of Ottawa’s political and business hubs and boasts one of Ottawa's most beautiful lobby's featuring 3 stories of glass window. Visit the mezzanine level and unwind at LIFT restaurant where your favourite cocktail or local plate awaits. Connect, collaborate and relax in our open-concept business centre. Open the door to one of the newly renovated, modern and intuitive guest rooms and sink into a luxurious pillow-top bed. Rejuvenate in their fitness centre and oversized saltwater. Expect Even More™ when you choose to stay at the Delta Ottawa City Centre.

To book your accommodation on-line at the ACEC national leadership conference rate, click here.  The preferred conference rate is valid until 4:00 pm ET Wednesday September 19, 2018.


Sir John A. Macdonald building, 144 Wellington Street

Networking Reception Monday - October 22nd

Designed by Montreal architect Ernest Barott and built in 1932 for the Bank of Montreal, the Sir John A. Macdonald Building, renamed in honour of Canada's first prime minister, is a harmonious blend of Beaux-Arts and Art Deco architecture and design. In 1973, the bank sold the building to the federal government, but remained the building's sole tenant until 2005. In 1986, the Sir John A. Macdonald Building was designated as a Classified Federal Heritage Building.