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Annual ONEIA address by Ontario Enviro Commissioner Miller

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By: HazMat Staff
2014-03-06

Registration is filling up for the Ontario Environment Industry Association (ONEIA’s) March 20, 2014 breakfast with Ontario Environment Commissioner Gord Miller.

The breakfast takes place in Toronto on Thursday, March 20, 2014 from 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. at the Offices of Blaney McMurtry, 2 Queen St. East.

Each year, the Commissioner delivers his annual address to Ontario’s environment and cleantech companies followed by an “intimate and interactive” conversation.  Direct, informed, sometimes controversial and always entertaining, Commissioner Miller will offer highlights from his annual report and answer questions from those in attendance.

 Register now by clicking here

 

WHO:                    Environment Commissioner Gord Miller
WHEN:                  Thursday, March 20, 2014 Registration, networking and breakfast from 7:30 AM
WHERE:               Offices of Blaney McMurtry, 2 Queen St. East, Suite 1500, (steps from Queen Sta.) 
COST:                   ONEIA members $65; not-yet ONEIA members $75
TO REGISTER:     http://gordmillerbreakfast.eventbrite.com

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