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Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention

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Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention

Time: February 24, 2010 to February 25, 2010
Location: Brock University
City/Town: St. Catharines
Website or Map: http://www.ofvc.ca
Phone: 905-945-5363
Event Type: convention
Organized By: Ontaro Fruit and Vegetable Convention
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2010

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Canada's premier horticultural event featuring informative sessions, workshps and trade show with close to 150 exhibitors!

Pre-register by February 16, 2010
$65.00/day or $95.00 for both days
On-site registration
$75.00/day or $105 for both days

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