Pandemic restrictions lifting in Montreal
Almost all major COVID-19 restrictions will be easing in Montreal in the coming weeks.
Click here to learn more about entry requirements to Canada to help you decide if you can attend Congress in person and take advantage of all the benefits physical participation gives you.
Click here to compare your options for attending Congress in person or joining virtually, both valuable options for attending this key event for the global inherited bleeding disorders community.
New this year: reduced Passport to the World fee
If you are a citizen of a country with a low-income, lower-middle income or upper-middle income economy (as defined by the World Bank), you may be eligible for a special “Passport to the World fee” (conditions apply). This discount does not apply to accompanying persons and cannot be combined with any other discount. See the list of eligible countries here.
We hope to see you either virtually or in Montreal this upcoming May!
Excitement builds for Congress: full program now available
The full program is now available for the WFH 2022 World Congress! With many educational sessions to choose from, participants will have the opportunity to update their skills and learn from our global leaders in the bleeding disorders community.
This year, participants attending in person will have many added perks, including in-person only sessions, virtual content and more. Virtual participants will have the opportunity to attend selected live-streamed and virtual-only sessions.
On-demand recordings will also be offered after Congress for participants who would like to further enrich their knowledge and skills.
Click here to see our full program.
Plan ahead: hotel and travel
The WFH World Congress Housing Bureau offers WFH Congress 2022 participants carefully selected accommodation at preferential rates in several hotels in Montreal’s city centre—all within walking distance of the Palais des congrès de Montréal (Montreal Convention Centre). Visit our hotel page to see our hotel rates!
Tips to help you plan a worry-free trip
It is important to make sure you have the appropriate travel documents before you plan your trip to Canada. Find out more here.