CHFA NOW · Toronto 2024

Hotel Information


Conference: September 19 & 20, 2024
Trade Show: September 21 & 22, 2024

CHFA NOW · Toronto 2024

Hotel Information


Conference: September 19 & 20, 2024
Trade Show: September 21 & 22, 2024

Staying in Toronto? CHFA offers you exclusive deals on accomodations, pending availability.

The reservation cut-off date for all hotels is August 18, 2024. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Please note that our host hotels will charge your credit card for the full stay at the time of cut-off.

Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel – rates starting at $395

Delta Marriott Toronto – rates starting at $379

Hyatt Regency Hotel – rates starting at $339

Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre – rates starting at $219

Hotel X – SOLD OUT

Intercontinental Toronto Centre – SOLD OUT

Shuttle Service

CHFA NOW offers shuttle service on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from the following hotels:

  • Toronto Marriott City Centre
  • The Delta Toronto
  • Intercontinental Hotel
  • Hyatt Regency Hotel

NOTE: There is no shuttle service from Hotel X or Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre.

Stay tuned for further schedule details!

Buses will be running every 20 minutes, traffic permitting, according to the schedule below:


  • 7:00–11:00 AM and 4:00–8:00 PM

Scan the QR code on the Shuttle bus sign at your hotel or at the venue to find out in real time when the next bus will be arriving.

Beware of fraudulent hotel solicitations

You may be receiving fraudulent enquiries from companies claiming to be working on behalf of or with CHFA. They include offers for everything from hotel accommodations, to attendee lists, to booth sales. This is a reminder that hotels with our show block can only be booked through the links on this page.

This fraudulent activity has grown in recent years and we advise everyone to be careful when engaging with companies who are not affiliated with CHFA. All of our official show service providers are noted on our website (coming soon).

We have tried many times over the years to stop this activity. Unfortunately these companies often do not originate in Canada and do not adhere to Canadian law when it comes to spamming. If you would report this activity to the The Spam Reporting Centre at, it may help to curb this activity in future. 

The Spam Reporting Centre gathers intelligence to support the enforcement of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). If you are concerned about an activity that you believe may be in violation of CASL, you can bring it to the attention of the three government agencies responsible for enforcing CASL (the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the Competition Bureau and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada) by making a submission to the Spam Reporting Centre.

For more information on CHFA’s privacy policy, please click here.