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2019 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards Gala

November 16, 2019
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Real Estate Investing Seminar

November 21, 2019
If we had a time machine we could all travel back to the year 2000 and buy more property! Unfortunately, we can’t do that. We can however look to the next 10 years and see what we can do now to create a future with greater options for you and your family.
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OSPE’s recommendations included in new Construction Act taking effect Oct 1, 2019

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OSPE hosts Federal Election Roundtable and releases OSPE’s Federal Strategy

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OSPE’s Infrastructure Task Force weighs in on new Ontario-Toronto Transit Partnership

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OSPE Board Member Profile: Angela Wojtyla, P. Eng.

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