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News   June 18, 2018   by Allan Janssen

Ontario College of Trades to hold annual meeting tomorrow

Those unable to attend the event at The Chelsea Hotel in Toronto can listen live and ask questions on the Internet.

The Ontario College of Trades (OCOT) will hold its Annual Meeting of Members (AMM) tomorrow, starting at 9 a.m., at the Chelsea Hotel in Toronto.

Chairman Don Gosen, and CEO/registrar George Gritziotis will present updates on the college’s progress on its Strategic Plan and 2018 Priorities. They will also go over future plans as the college begins consultations on its next five-year strategic plan.

The annual Chair’s Award will be presented at the meeting, honoring efforts to serve Ontario’s skilled trades professionals and protect the public interest. The meeting will conclude with a presentation from Rob Ellis, president of MySafeWork, on the importance of health and safety in the workplace.

Those who are unable to attend can listen to the meeting and ask questions ONLINE.


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