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Cross-border Livestock Health
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PNWER Arctic Caucus
University Presidents’ Roundtable
Join PNWER at the final day of the World Famous Calgary Stampede on July 17th
PNWER has a limited block of seats available in the grandstand balcony on the final day of the Stampede on Sunday, July 17th, for both the afternoon Rodeo show at 1:15pm and for the evening Chuckwagon races and grand finale event at 7:45pm.
Tickets are available for purchase on the online Summit registration site. Tickets will go fast, so buy early to sit next to your PNWER friends, both old and new!
Directions to Stampede Grounds
Guests staying at The Hyatt Regency Calgary who plan on attending The Calgary Stampede can hop onto one of the C-trains (map here) from the C-train platform located conveniently along the north side of the hotel and just two stops away from the Stampede Grounds. Tickets can be purchased from ticketing machines right at the platform. The cost is $3.15 for adults (18 years +), $2.10 for youth (6 – 17 years) and Free for children 5 years of age and under. The Redline – Somerset-Bridlewood C-Train (South) takes passengers to Victoria Park/Stampede Station, which is located right at the Stampede Grounds. To return to the hotel, Guests can take the Redline – Tuscany C-Train (North) right up to 1st Street SE Station (located across the street from the Hyatt). During Stampede, the C-trains arrive every 5-8 minutes from 6:00am to 12:45am and every 30 mins from 12:45am-5:00am daily. Taxis are also available outside the Hyatt Regency Calgary but are limited in availability at the Stampede Grounds. The walk to the grounds is approximately 20 minutes.
Enjoy the interesting sights and industry that Alberta has to offer while you attend the Summit
Tours include opportunities to expand your knowledge of Alberta's innovations in Agriculture, Energy and Water treatment facilities among others
Visit the Policy Tours page for more information