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Peel SCIA MTO Workshop

Time: April 20, 2013 from 10am to 2pm
Location: McCluredale Farms of Bruce & Joan McClure
Street: 13639 Creditview Road
City/Town: Caledon
Website or Map: http://wp.me/p1MfBB-ym
Phone: 905-843-2076
Event Type: education, workshop
Organized By: Peel SCIA
Latest Activity: Apr 14, 2013

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Event Description

Join the Peel SCIA for an MTO Information Update before you head to the fields for spring seeding--make sure you are familiar with the rules of the road for farm equipment and trucks before you hit the road with your equipment.

Join the Peel SCIA and Sam Hardie, an Enforcement Program Advisor with the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) as he reviews and updates our memberships on these rules. These MTO update sessions have proven popular when hosted in other municipalities and we are confident our SCIA members won't want to miss this opportunity.

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