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Agricultural Building Projects - Thornton

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Agricultural Building Projects - Thornton

Time: January 22, 2019 from 10:30am to 3pm
Location: Tangle Creek Golf & Country Club,
Street: 4730 Sideroad #25
City/Town: Thornton, ON L0L 2N0
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/a…
Event Type: ag, knowledge, exchange
Organized By: Farm Credit Canada
Latest Activity: Jan 11

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Regulations, responsibilities and reading the fine print

Join us for this informative session on agriculture building construction projects in Ontario. You’ll learn about the roles and responsibilities of a general contractor (and how to identify who that is), lien holdbacks, and other legal aspects of farm construction.

Lunch is included.

Speakers

Mike Brine, Trillium Mutual Insurance
Herman Post, Post Farm Structures Inc.
Rob Danter, Harrison Pensa


Ag Knowledge Exchange Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in FCC’s Ag Knowledge Exchange.

In order to provide the best possible experience at our Ag Knowledge Exchange events, we require advanced registration. We look forward to welcoming those who share our love of Canadian agriculture.

Registration requirements include:

  • Being involved in the Canadian food industry, including agriculture, agri-food or agribusiness;

  • Registering with the intent of attending the Ag Knowledge Exchange in the spirit of learning and networking it was designed for.

We reserve the right to refuse or cancel registrations at our discretion, including those intended as a basis for entry into Canada.

We look forward to sharing ag knowledge and our love of Canadian agriculture at these events across Canada throughout the year.

To Register Online: CLICK HERE

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