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EFFECTS OF ELLIOT LAKE INQUIRY ON THE ENGINEERING PROFESSION

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600 Dixon Rd

600 Dixon Road

Toronto, ON M9W 1J1

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Presented by, Todd Storms, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Partner, Templeman Menninga LLP

The focus of this presentation is on what effects the recommendations coming from the Elliot Lake Inquiry could have on the Engineering Profession, should they be implemented.

The presentation begins with a discussion of the circumstances surrounding the collapse of the Algo Centre Mall in Elliot Lake, Ontario on June 23, 2012. It then focuses on the Inquiry itself, topics addressed at the Inquiry and some of the evidence presented at the Inquiry.

The presentation then moves into the findings of the Inquiry and the recommendations made by Mr. Justice Paul R. Belanger as a result of those findings. We then focus on what these recommendations could mean for the Engineering Profession if implemented and best practices for those in the Engineering Profession going forward.

Doors Open at 7:00 p.m.

Presentation at 7:15 p.m.

Refreshments will be provided.

P.Engs., EITs, Limited Licensees, and Provisional Licensees are all welcome.

Attendance limited to 50, so reserve your place early by Friday, October 20, 2017. For more information visit the Toronto-Humber Chapter website at www.tohumber.peo.on.ca, or contact the Toronto-Humber Chapter by email at THCEvent@aol.com or contact Bilal Sherazi, P.Eng. at 416 524 9297 (Please between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm.).

The information collected on this form is used for the purpose of operating the Toronto-Humber Chapter of PEO. PEO has the purpose of regulating the profession and practice of professional engineering. The immediate purpose for collecting this information is to establish attendance numbers for the above Chapter meeting and provide contact information for last minute meeting changes. For more information, see PEO's Privacy Policy at www.peo.on.ca or contact PEO's Privacy Office at (416) 224-1100 or the Chapter Privacy Officer, Ed Grandy, P.Eng. at Toronto-Humber@peo.on.ca or (416) 241-9019 before 10:00 pm.

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