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Calibre
04-16-2015, 08:15 PM
We're going; who else is? We'll actually be tooling around southern Ontario for a week around the AGM weekend, any recommendations of places to see, go to, eat, drink and otherwise be merry? Here's the info:

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May 30th, 2015 is an eventful day in Ottawa!
At the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre, 200 Coventry Road, Ottawa, ON

The CSSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
From 10am until noon, the CSSA will be holding its AGM. Members, please come and attend and make your voices heard. Ask questions, and chat with the CSSA's BoD, staff, volunteers and other CSSA members!

Afternoon Seminars from 1pm - 4:30pm
Featuring:
Dr. Gary Mauser - Discussing statistical trends in the firearms world
Director General Patrick O'Neill - Discussing the NRCan Explosives Act and hand loading and ammunition regulations.
Mr. Keith Beasley - From "Canada in the Rough", to discuss public relations and the image of firearms owners.
Members may register for these seminars here: info@cdnshootingsports.org

Lastly, the evening of May 30 brings a very special "Stick to your Guns" dinner. Recognizing the unprecedented achievements of retiring Member of Parliament Garry Breitkreuz, this STYG Dinner is themed as a "thank you" to the best friend Canadian gun owners ever had. There will be many special guests, fabulous food, exciting draws, raffles and auctions, and a good time guaranteed to all. Tickets are $69.95 each and a table of eight is $499.95.
Cocktails start at 6:00pm, Dinner @ 7:00pm.

A block of rooms is now available at the Hampton Inn Ottawa, 100 Coventry Road, attached to the Ottawa Conference and Convention Centre.
Reference group name: Canadian Shooting Sports Association; group Code 2438; group number: CSS.
Room rates: $136 single or $146 double occupancy plus applicable fees and taxes. Reserve before April 25 and save!

Jarlath
04-20-2015, 10:59 AM
Seminars are open to non-members, however it is $40 to attend all three combined and you still need to register ahead of time!
If like in the past there is a Q&A and the seminars will run longer than scheduled anyways. (Last year was an hour or so longer than scheduled).

Likely to make you spend that extra $5 and just become a member anyways :) That way you can go to the AGM too!