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2019 Toronto Social Events

Get out on the town in Toronto.  Join your colleagues, sponsors, speakers and partners for a variety of fun social events created for the group.   Choose and register for some of our social events that may interest you and/or your guest. Plus visit the many excellent restaurants available to you for your gatherings Thursday and Saturday Nights.

Toronto Group Tour – (All Welcome!)

Thursday, September 26th

Sailing on Lake Ontario

11: 00 am – 4:00 pm

For everyone – Your Host, Dr. David Cowan

We have a fun and relaxing Sailing Adventure planned for this afternoon hosted by Dr. David Cowan on board Chicken Soup VI a Beneteau 49.  We will start off our afternoon with a luncheon at the Island yacht club, an Award-winning facility enjoying the fresh air and beautiful views.  Then our Sail will continue heading out to Explore Toronto Harbour and outside and around the Toronto islands.  Then we will head out to sail in the lake and enjoy the views of our beautiful Toronto from the water.

Lake Ontario takes its name from the Huron or Wendat language meaning ‘large lake’ or possibly ‘lake of shining waters’. It is the most easterly of the Great Lakes. It receives its water from the Niagara River in the southwest corner and empties into the St. Lawrence River in the northeast angle of the lake.

Here are some fun facts about this Great Lake:

  • Length: 193mi / 311km
  • Width: 53mi / 85km
  • Depth: 283ft / 86m
  • Deepest: 802ft / 244m
  • Surface Area: 7,340sq mi / 18,960sq km
  • Coastline: 712 mi/1,146 km (incl islands)

Although slightly smaller than Lake Erie surface-wise, by volume, Ontario is about 3 times larger. There are also two groups of islands in the lake – the Toronto Islands and a group of islands at the eastern end of the lake. The Toronto Islands help form Toronto Harbour. Left over from a long-eroded sand spit, they contain parklands, beaches, yacht clubs, a unique small residential community (no vehicles!) and an airport. At the eastern end of the lake, lie several large islands such as Amherst and Wolfe islands and many more, smaller islands such as Main Duck and Simcoe. You will enjoy this day on the Waters of Lake Ontario!

$ 155.00 Per Person (Includes Sailing, luncheon, transfer and all taxes and gratuities)

Guests Gather in the Main Lobby at 10:30 am. (The guests will take taxis to and from the dock at Queens Quay West.

Tour 11:00 am – 3:30 pm

Dress: Warm casual

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Tour of the Aga Kahn Museum and Luncheon

Thursday, September 26th – (All Welcome)

9:30 am – 2:30 pm (Meet in Lobby at 9:15 am)

The Aga Khan Museum (French: Musée Aga Khan) is a museum of Islamic art, Iranian (Persian) art and Muslim culture in the North York district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The museum is an initiative of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. It houses collections of Islamic art and heritage, including artifacts from the private collections of His Highness the Aga Khan, the Institute of Ismaili Studies in London, and Prince and Princess Sadruddin Aga Khan, which showcase the artistic, intellectual and scientific contributions of Muslim civilizations.

The Collection

The museum is dedicated to the acquisition, preservation, display and interpretation of artefacts relating to the intellectual, cultural, artistic and religious traditions of Muslim communities, past and present. Artefacts include ceramics, metalwork, and paintings covering all periods of Islamic history. Manuscripts in the collection include the earliest known copy of Avicenna’s Qanun fi’l-Tibb (“The Canon of Medicine”) dated 1052. A music programme is planned, which will work to expand knowledge of the traditional music of Asia and the Islamic world, as well as their contemporary expression.

The museum will become a repository of historical materials related to the Ismaili community and house research programmes related to each one of the aspects of its institutional mission. It will also provide a space for permanent exchanges between the Islamic and the Western worlds on educational, cultural and socio-economic issues.

Aga Kahn Museum Tour followed by a Luncheon (Location to be advised)

Cost: $ 155.00 p.p. (Includes Transportation, Guide, Museum Tickets, Luncheon and all Tax and Gratuity Included)

Dress:  Business Casual

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Welcome Reception – Appy’s and Drinks with Sponsors

Thursday, September 26th (5:00 pm – 8:00 pm) (Continued New Format)

InterContinental Hotel – (All Welcome!)

Plan to be in Toronto early to kick off the 2019 CARDP Scientific Meeting and Don’t Miss the Hands on Course with Dr. Mark Lin

Welcome to Toronto!  To kick off our 27th Annual Scientific Meeting we will join our meeting sponsors other delegates and guests to rekindle old acquaintances and make new.  This year we have continued with the change in format and will feature a Reception Style event hosted early in the Sponsor Trade show area, allowing you the chance to then experience Toronto’s many excellent Restaurants.  The Welcome Reception will be hosted on the Lower Level of the InterContinental Hotel.

Cost: Complimentary with Registration

Dress:  Business Casual

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Toronto Partner’s Program

The Marilyn Denis Show Taping and Luncheon

TO BE CONFIRMED

Friday, September 27th – (Partner’s Program)

8:45 am – 2:30 pm (Meet in Lobby at 8:45 am Sharp)

The Marilyn Denis Show After 19 years as the face of “CityLine,” Gemini Award-winning host Marilyn Denis returns to daytime TV with her own show. It’s a mix of lifestyle and entertainment segments featuring experts and celebrity guests, giving the popular Denis one hour each day to — as she says — “reconnect with fans old and new.”

The show has a lifestyle-oriented format similar to Denis’s previous Citytv talk show CityLine, but also regularly features celebrity entertainment guests, which are not commonplace on the Citytv program. Denis had left CityLine in 2008 following the split of the assets of CHUM Limited (Denis was primarily employed as morning co-host on CHUM-FM, which was retained by CTV, whilst her secondary employer Citytv was acquired by Rogers). The current program is produced in the same Toronto building (at 299 Queen Street West) in which CityLine was based during Denis’s tenure, in the same studio as CityLine which was renovated specifically for the show. On November 17, 2015, the show celebrated its 1000th episode.

The Marilyn Denis Show tapes Monday to Friday at 10:30am. Audience members must arrive at the studio located at 299 Queen Street West, by 9:15am SHARP. You must be at least 18 years of age to attend the show, and present valid photo ID.

Followed by a Luncheon at Azure Restaurant (Sapphire Room) at the InterContinental Hotel.  Estimated 12:30 Luncheon.

Cost: $ 135.00 p.p. (Transportation, Taping, Luncheon, 1 Glass of Wine and all Tax and Gratuity Included)

Dress:  Business Casual

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Friday Night President’s Party and Tribute to

“Dr. Emmanuel Rajczak”

Lower Level, InterContinental Hotel – Ballroom A

Friday, September 27th (6:30 pm – 12:00 am)

All Welcome, Speakers, Sponsors, Delegates & Guests

Space will be Limited

This Year we are continuing with the new format, to involve the entire group.  The President’s Party be on Friday Night to create a more Casual and Fun Night for everyone.  Pre-Dinner Reception followed by Dinner and Presentations.  The evening will also feature a Tribute to Dr. Emo Rajczak and all he does and has done for CARDP.

Followed by a Dance for all to enjoy with a Local Band

The St. Royal Band

Entertaining us for the evening reception, Dinner and Dance will be the sounds from the St. Royal Band.  Their journey began on the other side of the world, in Melbourne, Australia. There, while leading his own band, Andrew St. Royal was looking towards home with a vision for a new entertainment company. After returning to Toronto, Andrew founded St. Royal Entertainment and assembled the first St. Royals band. This ambitious group endeavored to make their musical mark at events across the city.

Since 2011, our original St. Royals band has grown into a diverse, equal-opportunity family of talented and professional musicians, DJs, event producers, and entertainment consultants. In 2013 we welcomed our own audiovisual production and design company into the St. Royal group with the addition of St. Royal Production. We have grown from the original 7-member group back in 2011 – our first St. Royals band – into an entertainment staffing agency with a huge roster of talented professionals and we’re grateful to get to work with amazing clients and leading brands.

Cost: $ 195.00 p.p. (Tax Included)

Dress:  Business Casual

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Afternoon Tea at the Omni, King Edward Hotel

Saturday, September 28 (12:00 pm – 2:30 pm) – (Partner’s Program)

Includes High Tea, Tax and gratuities and transfers.

Meet in Lobby @ 11:45 am

Since the turn of the 20th century, afternoon tea has been a tradition at the King Edward Hotel. Throughout the history and evolution of afternoon tea, our service has remained one of the paramount tea experiences Toronto has to offer.

Luxurious, refined and delightfully indulgent, this is a tea service designed for the aristocratic palate. Aromatic and exquisitely blended teas, including our very own exclusive King Edward blend, are complemented perfectly with finger sandwiches and mouth-watering scones, served with Devonshire cream.

Throughout its long history, The Omni King Edward Hotel has set the standard for luxury hotels in Canada. As Toronto’s first luxury hotel, it has long been the first choice of Toronto’s elite, as well as convention goers, political figures and business travelers.

Today, The Omni King Edward Hotel is proud to keep the legacy of “the King Eddy” alive. We treasure this unique gem and continue to work toward restoring and preserving a regal icon of Toronto’s history.

While “happy hours” can be a lot of fun, there’s something pleasingly civilized about afternoon tea… It’s become a long-standing Toronto social tradition.  Find just what you’re looking for in a classic afternoon tea experience at The Omni King Edward Hotel. Perfect for both intimate gatherings and get-togethers with friends, this long-standing Toronto social tradition is a special way to spend an afternoon.

Tea will be served in the Belgravia Room, located on our second floor and features a full wall of windows overlooking King Street.

Afternoon Tea at the Omni, King Edward Hotel

(Sample Menu – Fall menu TBA)

Summer Garden Tea

Vegetable Sustenance

Chilled PEI Potato Vichyssoise

Savoury Finger Sandwiches

“Three Sisters” Corn, Squash, Beans & Prairie Grains

Summer BLT Basil, Lettuce & Tomato Confit

Chopped Egg, with Kozlik’s Triple Crunch Mustard & Sweet Dill Pickle

Ontario Foraged Mushrooms, with Arugula

Oka Cheese, with Okanagan Fruit Chutney on Bannock Flatbread

Selection of Delicate Pastries

Maple Sugar Shack Butter Tart

Nanaimo

Saskatoon Berry Galette

Niagara Peaches and Cream Madeleine

Rosewood Mead Strawberry Eton Mess

Scones

Cape Breton Blueberry Grunt Scone

Served with Devonshire Cream, House Made Ontario Strawberry Jam and Lemon Curd

Classic Cream Scone

Served with Devonshire Cream, House Made Ontario Strawberry Jam and Lemon Curd

(Afternoon Tea accompanied by a glass of Sparkling Wine or Sherry.)

Cost: $ 85.00 p.p. (Tax and Gratuity Included, 8 Minute Walk from the Hotel, Taxi’s will be provided)

King Edward Hotel, 37 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1 E9 – Phone: (416) 863-9700

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Group Dinner at Wayne Gretzky’s Restaurant and Show at Second City

 Saturday, September 28th, 2019 – (All Welcome!)

7:30 pm – Finish

Meet in the Hotel Lobby at 7:15 pm (Or Meet Onsite)

Playing host to Wayne’s personal collection of memorabilia, Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto is in fact three places in one!

The upscale dining room has a unique décor which highlights Wayne’s greatest moments, where you can enjoy great food and great, friendly service. The winning sports bar boasts 50 HDTV’s showing all sports, all the time. Located just behind our restaurant you’ll find the Iconic Second City Theatre. Wayne Gretzky’s is pleased to partner with Second City in offering super convenient dining options right next door to their Mainstage Theatre.

The Second City has been keeping Toronto audiences laughing for more than 40 years with our unique brand of improvisation and outrageous sketch comedy, created and performed each night by the world’s premier comedy troupe.  Starting in 2019, The Second City is proud to present the Fall Mainstage Revue. The 2019 Mainstage cast will nobly carry on the tradition of boundary-breaking, cutting-edge comedy.  Filled with hilarious original sketches and songs performed by Toronto’s legendary comedy troupe, the (as yet untitled) Fall ’19 Mainstage Revue promises to deliver uncontrollable bouts of gut-churning, tear-inducing laughter. The Best is Yet to Come Undone and a brand-new collection of sketches, absurd characters, and hilarious songs inspired by the ridiculous, ever-changing world around us.

Cost: $ 105.00 p.p. (Tax and Gratuity Included, 5 Minute Walk from the Hotel)

Wayne Gretzky’s Restaurant and The Second City

51 Mercer Street, Toronto, ON M5V 9G9

Hands on Course Information

Thursday, September 26, 2019 (8:00 am – 4:00 pm)

Dr. Mark Lin from Toronto, ON

Title: Advanced Fixed Prosthodontics and Functional Occlusion

Location:  Kingsway Room, InterContinental Hotel Toronto

225 Front St W, Toronto, Ontario M5V 2X3

Hands on Course Fee $ 495.00  (Available for Members and then Delegates) Space is Limited

Student Fee $ 150.00 (Based on space availability)

Fees (Include Course with all Materials, breaks and luncheon with all taxes and gratuities)

7 CE Credits

Participants please bring your Loupes to the course.  Also participants are welcome to bring their own patient cases for group discussions during this workshop.  Minimal diagnostic records required:

  1. a) Patient’s medical history with chief complaints
  2. b) Updated Panorex or full mouth series radiographs
  3. c)  Trimmed and mounted diagnostic models on semi-adjustable articulator with facebow mounting
  4. d)  Photographic series 

Synopsis:  The rationale, principles and management of the dental occlusion as it applies to our clinical dentistry is of vital importance for the long-term success of our dentistry.  The use of fixed prosthodontics and dental implant further complicates this topic since an osseous integrated dental implant is less tolerant of the biomechanical forces.  Yet, most clinical dentists find this topic complex, confusing and difficult to integrate into private practice.  In addition, when the functional physiologic occlusion has been deteriorated to pathologic or non physiologic occlusion, the restoration and reconstruction of the occlusion can be complex.

This program will address the various topics that are essential to understand the biologic and biomechanical principles required to develop a functional occlusion for our patients for long term stability, comfort and physiologic function. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Occlusal equalization to achieve centric relations to maximal intercuspation position, indications and contradictions. Use of T-Scan digital occlusion evaluation for occlusion adjustments.
  2. Removable prosthetics occlusion equilibration to achieve balanced occlusion and diagnose max set up for fixed prosthetics and implant occlusion.
  3. Fabrication, adjustments, and insertions of occlusal splints to manage parafunctional habits. Treatment planning of various complicated cases from diagnostic records to step by step sequencing.

 Topics to be covered:

  1. Terminology defined: Centric Relation, Vertical dimension of occlusion, Centric Occlusion, Maximal intercuspal position, hinge axis, mutually protected occlusion and others.
  2. Diagnostic record requirements and case selection for comprehensive functional occlusion therapies
  3. Treatment position of Centric Relation versus Maximal Intercuspation Position
  4. Indications for Centric Relation position as a treatment position
  5. Various options in obtaining accurate repeatable Centric Relation Bite Records
  6. Indications for treatment alteration of the vertical dimension of occlusion
  7. Treatment options to determine the Vertical dimension of occlusion
  8. 5 Components of Masticatory function
  9. Posterior determinants of occlusion
  10. Anterior determinants of occlusion, anterior envelope of function, phonetics and aesthetics
  11. Treatment goals of mutually protected occlusion and occlusal equilibration requirements to achieve stable functional occlusion
  12. Clinical indications for use of facebows and semi-adjustable articulators; is it required, when, where, what type and how?
  13. Definition and treatment options for physiologic occlusion, non-physiologic occlusion and therapeutic occlusion
  14. Guidelines, indications and contraindications for occlusal equilibration
  15. Management of parafunctional habits
  16. Applications of digital impressions, CAD / CAM applications to fixed prosthodontics
  17. Management of attrition, abrasion, erosion and abfraction as aetiologies to occlusal instability and physiologic occlusion
  18. Definition for “Terminal Tooth Syndrome” and management protocol
  19. Splint therapies; when, which arch, hard or soft, what type of occlusion?
  20. Various occlusion therapies, theories and applications to clinical dentistry
  21. Implant occlusion; single implant crowns, implant retained removable prosthesis, implant supported fixed hybrid prosthesis, implant fixed porcelain prosthesis.
  22. Implant protected occlusion versus occlusion for natural dentition
  23. Algorithms to sequence full arch or full mouth reconstruction therapies

Model hands on components

  1. Occlusal equilibration to achieve centric relations to maximal intercuspation position, indications and contraindications. Use of T-Scan digital occlusion evaluation for occlusion adjustments
  2. Removable prosthetics occlusal equilibration to achieve balanced occlusion
  3. Diagnostic wax set up for fixed prosthodontics and implant occlusion
  4. Fabrication, adjustments and insertions of occlusal splints to manage parafunctional habits.
  5. Treatment planning of various complicated cases from diagnostic records to step by step sequencing.

Bio: Dr. Mark H.E. Lin received his dental degree from the University of Detroit Mercy in which he was on the Dean’s list for 4 consecutive years and finished within the top 5% of the class. He practiced general dentistry for 13 years, then returned to complete his postgraduate training in the specialty of Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto. Currently, he is serving as a part-time instructor at UofT’s post-graduate prosthodontic clinic. He is a contributing editorial board member in Prosthodontics for the Oral Health Journal. He maintains a full-time specialty practice as a Prosthodontist with a focus on full mouth reconstructions, dental implant surgery, various grafting procedures, implant prosthetics and management of implant complications. Dr. Lin is a Fellow and Diplomate with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) and is a Fellow and serves as an Examiner with the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in the specialty of Prosthodontics.