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CIG – Newfoundland and Labrador: Free Lunch and Geomatics Lecture March 2nd

The Canadian Institute of Geomatics, Newfoundland Branch, is delighted to host a FREE luncheon on Thursday, March 2, 2017, at the Guv’nor pub, 389 Elizabeth Ave.

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Following the meal, there will be a presentation by one of our CIG-NL members.

Title: Agent-based Modelling of Human-Black Bear Conflict
Presenter: Karl Keough of Amec Foster Wheeler

Reservations to the luncheon must be made in advance to Desmond Power (des.power@c-core.ca) before Friday, February 24. In reserving your place, please indicate your meal choice and any dietary restrictions or allergies that you might have. We hope to have a big turnout to this event, so please reserve your spot as soon as possible.

A meal will be served at the luncheon, with vegetarian options available. The regular meal is breaded cod, oven roast potatoes, honey glazed carrots and a plated dessert with coffee and tea. The vegetarian meal is a vegetarian stir fry.

If you know of people who would like to attend this function, please pass it along – these luncheons are a means to promote Geomatics in NL, so we like to attract a wide audience. The event is open to both CIG and non-CIG members.

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