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Please note that there will be a busker festival in Halifax at the same time as the conference so please book accommodations earlier rather than later.

The blocks of rooms reserved for CCCG will be released after July 11, 2003.


The conference has reserved a block of single and double rooms in the newly-built Fountain Hall of Dalhousie University's residences. These rooms are a short walk from the conference venue.

Rooms can be reserved by contacting Dalhousie Conference Services in one of the following ways:

  • Telephone: 902-494-8840 (8:30-4:30 Monday to Friday Atlantic time)
  • Email:
  • Website forms:
  • Fax: 902-494-1219

Rates are just under $40 per night for a single room, excluding student discounts.

Cite the conference name (CCCG) to use one of the rooms in the reserved block. The block of rooms will be reserved until July 11th, 2003.


Lord Nelson Hotel

There is a set of rooms reserved at the Lord Nelson Hotel for the conference. This hotel is on the edge of downtown Halifax, overlooks the Public Gardens, and is a comfortable 10 minute walk to the Dalhousie University campus.

Room rates in the reserved block are approximately $120 per night. Reservations can be made in one of the following ways:

Holiday Inn Select

The Holiday Inn Select, located at the corner of Robie Street and Quinpool Street, overlooks the Halifax Commons near the Citatel. It is a 10 to 15 minute walk to the Dalhousie campus. It is further from downtown Halifax, but still has a variety of shops and restaurants available along Quinpool road.

There is no conference reservation at this hotel yet. Reservations can be made in one of the following ways:

Inns and Bed and Breakfasts

There are a variety of inns, bed and breakfasts, and motels in the Halifax area. Please consult the accommodations link of the Halifax region web site, selecting the Halifax/Dartmouth region. The local conference organizers can help to identify how close each hotel is to Dalhousie University. As a rule of thumb, anything within downtown Halifax is a reasonable (15 to 25 minute) walk to Dalhousie.

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