Location

Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue
580 West Hastings Street
(enter via Seymour Street courtyard entrance)
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1L6

The Centre for Dialogue is located in downtown Vancouver's Heritage District, close to historic Gastown, theatres, galleries and sports arenas. SFU’s other meeting venues are close by—Harbour Centre, the main downtown campus, is across the street, the Segal Building is one block away and the Goldcorp Centre for the Arts is three blocks away.

The city's principal transportation hub, Waterfront Station, is also one block away, providing access to public transit, including the SeaBus, SkyTrain and West Coast Express.

Vancouver’s international airport (YVR) is just 35 minutes by car.  Rapid transit between the airport and downtown Vancouver, the Canada Line, is only one block from the Centre for Dialogue. Nearly all of Vancouver's major hotels are within a short walking distance, along with shopping districts, art galleries and restaurants.

The Vancouver Convention Centre is an easy seven-minute walk from the Centre for Dialogue.

Directions

Driving from Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
From the airport, proceed north along the Arthur Laing Bridge to Granville Street. Head north on Granville Street into downtown Vancouver. After crossing the Granville Street Bridge, take the Seymour Street exit and continue north on Seymour. Turn right into the Centre for Dialogue, just before reaching Hastings Street.

Parking
Public parking is available at many locations near the Centre for Dialogue. Street parking is free after 10 p.m. The closest parking lot is across the courtyard; enter via Seymour Street.

Public Transit
Major public transit lines, the SeaBus, SkyTrain, Canada Line and West Coast Express, terminate at Waterfront Station, located in the historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station on Cordova Street, opposite Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre. Transit schedules can be found at www.translink.ca. The Centre for Dialogue is also within easy walking distance of most buses coming into the downtown core.