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2024 Summer NABC in Toronto

We are thrilled to be hosting the 2024 Summer North American Bridge Championships in the beautiful city of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario on behalf of the American Contract Bridge League.


In addition to playing bridge in a top-class venue, the Toronto Metro Convention Centre, be sure to set aside time to take in some wonderful attractions that our city has to offer.  

Take the glass elevator to the top of the CN tower for a magnificent view, attend a Toronto Blue Jays major league baseball game in the renowned Rogers Centre with its retractable roof, take in a Toronto Argonauts football game, visit the world famous Art Gallery of Ontario or the Royal Ontario Museum or the Ontario Science Centre.  

You can also go on a tour of the Queen’s Park historic legislative building – another unique architectural design.   University of Toronto is globally a top ranked university, located near Queen’s Park and comprising of many historic buildings.  

Toronto is a bustling multicultural city with numerous world class theatres, comedy revues and restaurants for you to enjoy in Chinatown, Little Italy and Queen St. to name a few.  

The St. Lawrence Market and the Kensington Market are wonderful markets to visit for fresh foods. Summertime in the city opens the doors to various festivals celebrating food (Summerlicious) and music (Beaches Jazz festival and other outdoor free festivals).  

You can also take a ferry or water taxi over to Toronto Centre Island and enjoy various activities on the islands.  There are several beaches, a 14 km loop trail and a 1.5 km boardwalk.  Being car free, you can walk or bike through the islands, visit the 200 year old lighthouse, Centreville Amusement Park, or have a coffee or beer at a restaurant.  

The Toronto underground subway system travels north/south along Yonge St and also University Avenue, and east/west along Bloor St. for easy travel to various parts of the city.  Street cars are also easily accessible for getting around as well as “The Path”, a part underground and part above ground walkway that keeps you indoors and accesses a large area.    


The committee has worked hard to ensure your time with us is memorable.  If you need any assistance, please ask any of our numerous volunteers.  Enjoy your time in this vibrant city, play the cards well, and most of all enjoy the game!  Perhaps we’ll see you at the prize desk!

Darlene Scott
Tournament Chair