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Ontario Agriculture Roadshow

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Ontario Agriculture Roadshow

Time: December 10, 2014 from 9:30am to 3pm
Location: Mitchelle Golf and Country Club
Street: 81 Frances St W
City/Town: Mitchelle
Phone: 519 348 8412
Event Type: complimentary, information, session
Organized By: Genevieve Cavanagh
Latest Activity: Oct 30, 2014

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Event Description

As part of our continuing commitment to farm communities and agribusiness, BDO is pleased to invite you to a complimentary special information session with lunch on key topics that are affecting the farming industry. Chris Koch of ifican.ca will be the keynote speaker.

Please register online at www.bdo.ca/Ontario-Agriculture-Roadshow or RSVP to Colleen Elliott at celliott@bdo.ca or 519 348 8412.

TOPICS*:

Keynote speaker — Chris Koch

  • Chris Koch was born and raised in a small farm and ranching community in Alberta. When he’s not out in the field, he’s a motivational speaker allowing him to share his story and experiences in the hopes of encouraging others to live their lives to their greatest potential.
  • Insurance Coverage — What are you missing? In partnership with Commonwell Mutual
  • Annual BDO Agriculture Update — The good and the bad

*And other interesting topics about agriculture.

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