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Farm Management Canada Annual General Meeting (CFBMC)

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Farm Management Canada Annual General Meeting (CFBMC)

Time: June 12, 2012 to June 13, 2012
Location: Château Cartier
City/Town: Gatineau, (Aylmer) Québec
Website or Map: http://www.farmcentre.com/Eve…
Event Type: annual, general, meeting
Organized By: Farm Management Canada
Latest Activity: May 29, 2012

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Event Description

 Annual General Meeting 

Evolution through Innovation:
Celebrating 20 years of Business Management
Past, Present and our Future

 June 12 -13, 2012

Château Cartier

Gatineau, (Aylmer) Québec

 (just across the Ottawa river!) 

 
The Annual General Meeting will be accompanied by the official launch of our new name, and celebrating 20 years of business management and shaping the future together. 

Everyone welcome.

Members can expect to receive a special 20th anniversary gift! 

Become involved, become a member.


For general registration assistance, contact:

Linda McMahon
EMediat Events & Marketing
(613) 799-8138
Email: mcmahonlinda@rogers.com

For more information about the event, contact:

Farm Management Canada 
300-250, avenue City Centre Avenue
Ottawa (Ontario) K1R 6K7
1-888-232-3262
Fax: 1-800-270-8301
admin@fmc-gac.com

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