Venue

The 2024 Passive House Canada Conference will be held at the University of Victoria in Victoria, BC, Canada.

Address:
3800 Finnerty Rd
Victoria, BC V8P 5C2

Building Google Map

Parking:
The most convenient parking lot is “Parking Lot 5”, located at 2425 Sinclair Rd. This is a paid lot, daily rates are available.

Parking Lot Google Map


Conference Registration Desk

When you first arrive, you can find the Conference registration desk located in the Cheko’nien building, on the second floor of the Cove Dining Hall.

If you need to check-in to your accommodations first, the front desk is located in the Craigdarroch Office Building (2473 Sinclair Rd).


About The Buildings

Check out the full project profile from the architects Perkins & Will here.

Čeqʷəŋín ʔéʔləŋ (Cheko’nien House)

Pronunciation: cho-ck-neen

The first of two brand-new Passive House buildings, opened in September 2022. This building offers unique additional amenities to its residents, including a large multi-purpose lounge designed for programs, events, and socializing; a community kitchen for programs and events; and multiple study rooms and lounges on each floor. The residence floors can be reached with two elevators and a staircase. The residence dining hall, The Cove, is located on the first and second floor and is easily accessible to residents via secured connecting doorways. This large residence building has beautiful views of the campus and the ocean! Located just outside of Ring Road, Čeqʷəŋín ʔéʔləŋ (Cheko’nien House) has great proximity to the library and a direct route to the rest of campus.

Sŋéqə ʔéʔləŋ (Sngequ House)

Pronunciation: sn-eh-kuh

The second of two brand-new Passive House buildings, opened in fall 2023. This large building is a mix of traditional dormitory floors, which have single rooms and single user washrooms, along with multiple lounges and study rooms. The upper floors are home to our new pod communities. These unique pod communities feature single dormitory rooms with access to a large shared kitchen and living space. This building will also have classroom space and an Indigenous student lounge on the lower levels. Sŋéqə ʔéʔləŋ (Sngequ House) is conveniently located just off the Campus Greenway, providing easy access to the rest of campus.