On behalf of the World Stroke Organization, we look forward to welcoming you to the 15th World Stroke Congress (WSC 2023) in Toronto from October 10-12, 2023, with accessible online components.
Toronto is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Canada, and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world! Toronto is known for its diversity, and is home to almost all of the world’s cultural groups, with over 180 languages and dialects spoken there. Furthermore, its diversity extends to what the city has to offer. When you visit Toronto, you will find endless wonders and activities to enjoy – from architectural marvels and attractions, such as the CN Tower, Casa Loma, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), all within a short distance of the city centre, to a huge number of parks and natural spaces scattered throughout the city with a mix of open green spaces, ravines, lakes and beaches, and also including family entertainment events, sports venues, and adventurous foodies will find regional cuisines from just about every corner of the world (with many outdoor patios open well into the warm autumn months in Toronto)! And just a short distance from Toronto, visitors can also enjoy one of the wonders of the world, Niagara Falls.
The program for the 2023 Congress will feature the latest topics in stroke and cerebrovascular disease and is being prepared for all stroke professionals, researchers and policy makers across the continuum of stroke care. The structure of the program will facilitate discussion, learning and networking opportunities. We will focus on diversity, equity, and inclusiveness and provide extensive opportunities for early career investigators.
The World Stroke Organization and the Canadian Stroke Consortium look forward to hosting you in October 2023 for the 15th World Stroke Congress!