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2002 AAPM Summer School Logo
July 18 - 21, 2002
Intravascular Brachytherapy and
Fluoroscopically-Guided Interventions
Companions' Program
Companions' Program & Off Campus Attractions

Due to the short term of the school, and the wide variety of attractions available in Montreal, there is no formal companions program planned. The fee charged includes the two social events, the Icebreaker BBQ (hamburgers and hot dogs) and the Saturday Steak and Salmon BBQ.

Companions will have access to the West Lounge where they can pick up information about McGill and Montreal. Visitors won’t want to miss Old Montreal, site of the early French colony habitation. A visit to Quebec City just 3 hours away, is highly recommended if you have a full day to spare. Check the West Lounge, RVC, to find information on city and local bus tours.


Neither AAPM nor the University provides on campus childcare. Parents who require childcare services must make their own arrangements prior to arriving on campus. Childcare services may be available through your hotel concierge.

  2002 Summer School Meeting Home
  McGill Campus with Mount Royal in the background.
Photo courtesy of McGill University's Web Communications Group;
Marci Denesiuk, photographer