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On-site registration hours

Québec City Convention Centre
1000 Bd René-Lévesque E, Québec, QC G1R 5T8
Registration Desk: Hall 300

Thursday June 15 | 07:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Friday June 16 | 06:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Saturday June 17 | 06:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Sunday June 18 | 06:30 AM - 01:00 PM





Until April 18
As of April 19



       Active member
(includes life members in practice, associate, affiliated and international)
$503 $653        
       Life member – retired$52 $52        
       Junior/Fellow member$207 $257        



       Companion (Spouses/partners of registered delegates)$207 $257        
       Canadian Medical Student$207 $257        
       Basic Scientist/Vision Researcher/Family Physician$889 $1039        
       Eye Bank Administrator$362 $462        
       Non-Profit Organizations (CNIB, FBC, etc.)$525 $525        
       All others (available to physicians only)$1754 $1904        
       Additional Industry Representatives$525 $525        
       Pathology Session - STAND-ALONE EVENT (please contact Rita Afeltra at to register)$267 $267        



       CSOMP/CSORN/TCOS-AACO$500 $600        
       Student$207 $257        



       Skills Transfer Courses | Wet Labs$250 $250        
       Skills Transfer Courses | Wet Labs (Residents)$150 $150        
       Skills Transfer Courses | Self-Assessment Programs$50 $50        
       Women in Ophthalmology (WIO) Symposium: Addressing Health Politicians: 10 Tips to Remember$30 $30        
       Residents and Young Ophthalmologist Symposium: Intro into Practice: Residents’ guide for personal growth$20 $20        

Fees do not include taxes. Applicable taxes will be applied to all registration fees.


The top priority of the COS for the 2023 Annual Meeting and Exhibition is to create a safe environment for all who choose to participate. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the COS will work with the Quebec City Convention Centre to ensure we follow the most up-to-date local health and safety protocols. The COS will continue to monitor and adapt to the evolving situation. We will send out notifications of any protocols, if required, for participants before attending the event, and links to up-to-date information will also be posted on the website.