“The Organizing Committee and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association invite you to participate in this one of a kind Congress.” Read more below…
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association welcomes the 44th World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress in 2019 to be held in beautiful Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Toronto is Canada’s continental gateway and an international crossroad where the world loves to meet.
Planning is well underway for the 44th WSAVA World Congress 2019. The Veterinary Profession is as exciting and varied as the multitude of individuals who compose its membership.
We invite you to plan your attendance now for the 44th WSAVA World Congress 2019. The Organizing Committee and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association invites you to participate in this one of a kind Congress and enjoy an unparalleled experience in Canada’s premier entertainment and travel destination that will inspire your imagination for years to come.
Dr. Jim Berry
Local Host Committee
Welcome message from Justin Trudeau - Prime Minister of Canada
”On behalf of the Government of Canada, I offer my best wishes for an enjoyable and memorable conference in Toronto.”
Read the welcome message of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Welcome Letter – Justin Trudeau
Welcome message from Doug Ford - Premier of Ontario
”A strong veterinary profession is vitally important to our food and agriculture sector, our farming communities, and our rural communities as a whole. Your dedication to promoting excellence and professionalism in your fields is helping make Ontario a great place to live, raise a family and do business.”
Read the welcome message of Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario: Welcome Letter – Doug Ford
Welcome message from John Tory - Mayor of Toronto
”Toronto is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is dedicated to being a model of sustainable development. I welcome everyone to our city and encourage you to enjoy Toronto and learn about our vibrant neighbourhoods. (…) please accept my best wishes for an informative and enjoyable event.”
Read the welcome message from John Tory, Mayor of Toronto: Welcome Letter – John Tory