OACC Queen's Park Day 2013

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

10:00am-4:00pm Individual MPP Meetings

5:00-7:00pm MPP Reception and Showcase of Skills

Legislative Dining Room, Legislative Building, Queen’s Park


Join us for the opportunity to meet with MPPs and demonstrate all private career colleges have to offer within the post-secondary education sector.

We welcome members to bring two representatives from each college as well as a student or graduate donning their professional attire. 

Individual MPP Meetings:

From 10am- 4pm, we are encouraging members to participate in individual MPP meetings to discuss the important role of private career colleges in Ontario. If you would like to participate in the OACC Queen’s Park Day and set up an appointment with your MPP, please contact OACC Government Relations Consultant John Nunziata at: john@johnnunziata.com and include your college riding and your home riding.

The MPP Reception from 5-7pm will include:

  • A welcome address by Peter Dykstra, President, OACC
  • Remarks by representatives of the Liberals, Conservatives and NDP
  • The opportunity to meet MPPs and Cabinet Ministers from across the province
  • Presentations by students & graduates of Ontario’s Career Colleges, including skill showcases
  • Refreshments and a buffet

Please RSVP by Friday, April 12th, 2013.

For further information or to RSVP, contact April Chato at (519) 752-2124 ext. 113 or via email at aprilchato@oacc.on.ca.



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