Feb 11, 2020

Boating Ontario has announced their 2020 Regional Meeting schedule. CEO Rick Layzel and staff will be making stops at ten locations across the province during March and April.

Regionals will each be 10am – 2pm sessions and include a FREE lunch! Attendees will learn the outcomes of their strategic planning session; the accomplishments of 2019 and their priorities for 2020; pending and ongoing issues that are being tackled; and the continued advocacy plan of the Association.

Boating Ontario looks forward to providing even more educational moments and the opportunity for you to once again network with your peers. Attendees will be given the chance to speak during an open forum session to have their voices heard and share their experiences or opinions, focusing on the most important elements at hand for each specific region.

RSVP to attend here! 

Are you a trade member? Trade member promos are available at each location! Call (888) 547-6662 or email Madi Lacey at to learn more!

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