CBTU Chapter GMM March 16

Dearest CBTU members,

Our Ontario Canada Chapter GMM will be held on Monday, March 16th at 6:30pm. Special Guest Pauline Christian, President of the Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA), will be in attendance.

The conference bridge information in case you reside outside of the GTA will be sent prior to the meeting.

The location and directions are below: please note we are NOT meeting at the OFL this time. Thank you, and we hope to see you in large numbers!

Please note: if you have not renewed your chapter membership for the 2015 year you are invited to do so. If you know of anyone who is a member and did not receive this invitation, please have them send an email to [email protected] to provide their email address to us. Thank you!

THE GMM LOCATION:
35 Silton Rd
Vaughan, ON

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