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Summer 2011 North American Bridge Championships


Check Cashing and Bridge Bucks in Toronto, ON

Entry Fees are $15, $16, $17 and $20 US or CDN. Change will be given in Canadian funds only.

US checks will be cashed for Canadian funds at the current exchange rate. Checks are only accepted during check cashing hours. The check cashing desk will be at the Royal York on Thursday, July 21st at 6:30 pm and Friday, July 22nd at Noon. Additional locations and hours will be posted in the Daily Bulletin.

US checks will not be accepted at the entry sale.

Bridge Bucks will be sold for $20 US. The current exchange rate will be used when purchasing with Canadian funds.

US currency will not be exchanged for Canadian currency.

Grand National Teams (Flights B & C) information: On Wednesday, July 20th at 1:00 pm and 7:30 pm, Flights B & C of the Grand National Teams in Toronto will be held at the Sheraton Centre on the lower concourse in Sheraton E at 1:00 pm.

Toronto is Canada's largest city, but it doesn't seem like it - it is clean, busy but not crowded, and energetic. Hailed as Canada’s cosmopolitan centre, Toronto is a city steeped in the history of early pioneer settlement but pulsing with the contemporary vibe of the country's largest multicultural population. A relatively small downtown area belies the true nature of Toronto.

Its status as a financial capital and central immigration destination put Toronto on the global map, but its thriving arts and culture scene - a continual cycle of niche festivals and world-class cultural events - draws patrons from all over the world. From street theatre, to opera, to food festivals and major league sports, Toronto is a place with something for culture-vultures of every taste and price range.

The Toronto subway is the easiest to navigate - there are only two lines. If you are downtown, you should be able to find a stop close to you.

The 2011 Summer NABC will be held at the Fairmont Royal York and Sheraton Centre Toronto.

Summer 2011 NABC Logo

Please click here to visit the locally hosted Toronto NABC website.