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The Canadian Capital Region membership includes risk and insurance management professionals from a broad range of industries (both public and private sector) across the Eastern Ontario/Canadian Capital Region. 

Our Chapter generally meets once a month, from September through to May, with the exception of either January or February, when we take our winter break. 

For further information please contact any of the Chapter Officers directly.
 
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Canadian Capital Chapter Board of Directors
Back Row L-R:  Emily Works, Bill Tyers, Malcolm Watson, Dan Szyjka, Helene Paquet-Young, John Lammey
Front Row L-R:  Maureen Graham, Sandra Lloyd, Inga Michalek, Hamza Momoh
(Absent:  Tony Lackey, Kim Hunton & Jennifer Campbell)

 

CHAPTER WEBINAR!  DECEMBER 15th!

Go to the OUR EVENTS on this page for more details and to register!








Chapter Newsletter

RIMS_Late_Summer_2019_Newsletter.pdf

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