The Lodge Coffee House, see their Success Story below
oemc, just 3 weeks away!
 

Less than a month to go before OEMC is here! 

Register  now, if you have not already done so.  Always a great event for networking, OEMC is offering really good sessions on topics that you told us you wanted to hear about. 

And we have a couple of events happening before the end of August to tell you about below, as well. 

Sincerely,

Bonnie O'Neill and Lucy Medeiros
OEEDC Staff
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Ontario East Municipal Conference 2017 Highlight:

Cybersecurity for Businesses and Municipalities
Wednesday, September 13th
12:45pm to 1:45pm

Speaker: 
Jason White, IT Services Manager, County of Lennox and Addington

In today's technical world, when your system goes down, so does your productivity in the form of downtime, loss of operations and profits. Let's take a look at today's cyber risks, the efforts IT departments put in to prevention and response, and the impacts on organizations achieving their goals.


Click here to register for OEMC
Webinar: CETA, Unlocking the Potential

1:00pm to 2:00pm, Wednesday, August 30th

Join the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) and Export Development Canada (EDC) for a free webinar. This webinar brings together a dynamic panel of trade experts and business leaders to explain what the agreement covers and provide answers on what your companies can do to take advantage of opportunities arising from CETA.

Symposium/Consultation: Building a Sustainable Chemistry Alliance with Bio-industrial and Bio-refining Enterprise in Eastern Ontario

9:30am to 1:30pm, Thursday, August 31st in Maitland, ON

Keynote Speaker:
Sandy Marshall, Executive Director of Bioindustrial Innovation Canada

Includes a Networking Luncheon hosted by Augusta Township

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The Lodge Coffee House

Café culture returns to Bath with The Lodge Coffee House

When Lauren Gamble returned to her home and native land of Canada after working in Australia for a number of years, she brought back a wealth of wonderful friendships and life-affirming experiences - and a deep and abiding appreciation for the café culture that was embedded in everyday life for most Aussies.

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