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Links to Professional Engineering Associations

  • Association of Professional Engineers of Yukon (APEY)
    The Association of Professional Engineers of Yukon is a self-governing body of Professional Engineers that regulates and governs the engineering profession in Yukon. They achieve this by setting and maintaining high academic, experience and professional practice standards for all members. Their members come from diverse fields of engineering and recognize the unique challenges of working in a Northern Environment. Only individuals licensed by APEY are permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering projects in Yukon.
    APEY,
    Suite 404, 3106 3rd Avenue,
    Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 5G1
    Tel:(867) 667-6727
    Fax:(867) 668-2142
    staff@apey.yk.ca

  • Aerospace Industries Association of Canada
    AIAC is a member-driven, not-for-profit national trade association that promotes and facilitates the growth of the aerospace industry in Canada, and Canadian competitiveness in the global market for aerospace goods and services. It is the collective voice of Canada's leading aerospace manufacturers and service providers on a broad range of public policy issues that have a direct impact on aerospace companies in Canada.
    Aerospace Industries Association of Canada,
    60 Queen Street, Suite 1200,
    Ottawa, ON, K1P 5Y7
    Tel:(613) 232-4297
    Fax:(613) 232-1142
    info@aiac.ca
  • Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada (ACEC)
    ACEC is the national association of consulting firms that provide engineering and other technology-based intellectual services to the build and natural environment. Member companies offer professional engineering services world wide to private sector and government clients. ACEC's mission is to promote and safeguard the business and professional interests of the Canadian consulting engineering industry in Canada and abroad. The Association's membership consists of approximately 600 independent consulting engineering firms and 11 provincial and territorial member organizations.
    Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada,
    130 Albert Street, Suite 616,
    Ottawa, ON K1P 5G4
    Tel:(613) 236-0569
    Fax:(613) 236-6193
    info@acec.ca
  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC)
    The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. regulates and governs the professions under the authority of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act by setting and maintaining high academic, experience and professional practice standards for all members. Individuals licensed by APEGBC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake, and assume responsibility for, engineering and geoscience projects in the province of British Columbia.
    Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia,
    200 - 4010 Regent Street,
    Burnaby, BC, V5C 6N2
    Tel:(604) 430-8035
    Fax:(604) 430-8085
    apeginfo@apeg.bc.ca
  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick (APEGNB)
    The objectives of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick is to regulate the practice of engineering and geoscience, to establish and maintain standards of knowledge and skill among its members, and to establish and maintain standards of professional ethics among its members, in order that the public interest may be served and protected.
    Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick,
    535 Beaverbrook Court, Suite 105,
    Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 1X6
    Tel:(506) 458-8083
    Fax:(506) 451-9629
    info@apegnb.com
  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS)
    The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) is the self-governing organization responsible to the people of Saskatchewan for licensing engineers and geoscientists in the province, and for regulating the practice of these professions in the public interest. Saskatchewan is one of the provinces where the profession and its volunteers, who are professional engineers and geoscientists, also regulate the practice of engineering/geoscience at a business level. The provincial Act requires companies that are undertaking engineering/geoscience work to be licensed by APEGS.
    APEGS,
    Suite 104, 2255 - 13 Avenue,
    Regina, SK, S4P 0V6
    Tel:(306) 525-9547
    Fax:(306) 525-0851
    apegs@apegs.sk.ca

  • Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba (APEGM)
    APEGM serve and protect the interest of the public of Manitoba by governing and advancing the practice of engineering and geoscience through registration, professional practice monitoring, and disciplinary process. They confer the "P.Eng." designation on engineers and the "P.Geo." designation on geoscientists who meet strict requirements, and register them to practice their professions in Manitoba.
    APEGM,
    850A Pembina Hwy,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3M 2M7
    Tel:(204) 474-2736
    Fax:(204) 474-5960
    apegm@apegm.mb.ca

  • Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia (APENS)
    APENS is the licensing and regulatory body for the more than 4500 Professional Engineers and Engineers-in-Training practicing in Nova Scotia or on Nova Scotia Projects. The mission of the APENS is to serve and protect the public interest, to advance and promote the value and proficiency of the Engineering Profession, and to support the members in their professional practice.
    APENS,
    P.O. Box 129,
    Halifax, NS, B3J 2M4,
    1355 Barrington Street,
    Halifax, NS, B3J 1Y9
    Tel:(902) 429-2250
    Fax:(902) 423-9769
    info@apens.ns.ca

  • Association of Professional Engineers of Prince Edward Island (APEPEI)
    To protect and serve the public interest, the Association of Professional Engineers of Prince Edward Island (APEPEI) regulates the practice of engineering and governs members, licensees, engineers-in-training and holders of certificates of authorization in accordance with the Engineering Profession Act and its by-laws. The APEPEI aims to promote and improve the proficiency of Professional Engineers in all matters relating to the profession of engineering, and to develop, establish and maintain standards of professional ethics for the profession.
    APEPEI,
    549 North River Road,
    Charlottetown, P.E.I., C1E 1J6
    Tel:(902) 566-1268
    Fax:(902) 566-5551
    apepei@apepei.com

  • Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA)
    Since 1920, the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA) has been a vibrant and progressive self-governing association fulfilling the mandate given to it by the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions (EGGP) Act. APEGGA provides licenses to practice in Alberta, sets practice standards, and determines disciplinary actions, when necessary, for its more than 41,000 members. APEGGA assures that professionals maintain the highest levels of efficiency, productivity, and ethical conduct possible.
    APEGGA Head Office,
    1500 Scotia One,
    10060 Jasper Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB, T5J 4A2
    Tel:(780) 426-3990
    Fax:(780) 426-1877
    email@apegga.org


  • Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut (NAPEGG)
    NAPEGG is a self-governing body of professional engineers and geoscientists responsible for the licensing of professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Established under the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Profession Act to serve and protect the interests of the public, NAPEGG regulates the practices of professional engineering, geology, and geophysics, and establishes and maintains standards of knowledge, skill, care and professional ethics among its members and licensees.
    Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut (NAPEGG)
    Bowling Green Building,
    201, 4817-49th St.,
    Yellowknife, NT X1A 3S7
    Tel:(867) 920-4055
    Fax:(867) 873-4058
    napegg@tamarack.nt.ca


  • Canadian Council of Professional Engineers
    Established in 1936, the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers (CCPE) is the national organization of the 12 provincial and territorial associations/ordre that regulate the practice of engineering in Canada and license the country's more than 160,000 professional engineers. CCPE serves the associations/ordre by delivering national programs that ensure the highest standards of engineering education, professional qualifications and professional practice.
    Canadian Council of Professional Engineers,
    180 Elgin St., Suite 1100,
    Ottawa, ON K2P 2K3
    Tel:(613) 232-2474
    Fax:(613) 230-5759
    info@ccpe.ca


  • Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists
    The Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists (CCPG) is a professional organization which assists its member associations in coordinating standards and other activities related to licensed practice of professional geoscience in Canada. Member associations are self-governing organizations responsible for regulating the Geoscience profession and registering and licensing geocientists in eleven of the thirteen Canadian provinces and territories. The CCPG website provides several texts about professional guidelines and professional standards.
    Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists (CCPG)
    Suite-200, 4010 Regent Street,
    Burnaby, BC V5C 6N2
    Tel: (604) 412-4888
    Fax: (604) 433-2494
    info@ccpg.ca

  • Canadian Geotechnical Society
    The Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS) is an independent, federally incorporated, non-profit learned society which exists to serve and promote the geotechnical and geoscience community in Canada. It encompasses a wide spectrum of scientific and engineering disciplines within the geo field. Membership is open to individuals from all sectors including private consulting, universities, industry, contracting and public service.
    The Canadian Geotechnical Society,
    P.O. Box 937,
    Alliston, ON, L9R 1W1
    Tel:(705) 434-0916 or 1-800-710-9867
    Fax:(705) 434-0917
    cgs@cgs.ca


  • Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers
    The Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) is composed of more than 1,200 transportation engineers, planners, technologists and students across Canada. CITE is an integral part of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) which consists of more than 15,000 transportation professionals in more than 80 countries. These transportation professionals are responsible for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on streets, highways and transit systems.
    Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers,
    Township of Scugog,
    181 Perry Street, P.O. Box 780,
    Port Perry, ON, L9L 1A7,
    President: Mike Skene
    Tel:(250) 388-9877
    president@cite7.org


  • Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering
    The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) is the national technical association representing the field of chemical engineering and the interests of chemical engineers in industry, academia and government. CSChE brings together the diverse chemical engineering community to exchange knowledge, and enables its members to provide responsible technical leadership to benefit society.
    The Chemical Institute of Canada,
    130 Slater Street, Suite 550,
    Ottawa, ON, K1P 6E2
    Tel:(613) 232-6252
    info@cheminst.ca


  • Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
    Founded in 1887 by prominent Civil Engineers in Canada, the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) is a learned society intended to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada and to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession. The Society promotes the development, acquisition and exchange of professional knowledge in the field of Civil Engineering.The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering,
    4920 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Suite 201,
    Montreal, QC, H3Z 1N1
    Tel:(514) 933-2634
    Fax:(514) 933-3504
    info@csce.ca

  • Canadian Society for Engineering Management
    The Canadian Society for Engineering Management (CSEM) is one of the six constituent societies of the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC). Its mission is to represent the interests and enhance the capabilities of engineers in management in order to advance and promote efficient management of commerce, industry and public affairs. CSEM also provides a forum where engineers making a career in management can share and enhance their professional skills.
    Canadian Society for Engineering Management,
    1295 Hwy 2 East,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 4V1
    eichuguette@cogeco.ca


  • Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering
    Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering is a society that brings together all mechanical engineering personnel, and engineers in other disciplines with interest in mechanical engineering. Its mission is to foster excellence in the practice of mechanical engineering for the benefit of Canada and the world, and to serve and support their members.
    The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering,
    1295 Hwy 2 East,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 4V1
    Tel:(613) 547-5989
    Fax:(613) 547-0195
    csme@cogeco.ca


  • Canadian Society of Professional Engineers (CSPE)
    The Canadian Society of Professional Engineers (CSPE) is an advocacy organization whose members are licensed professional engineers in the provinces and territories of Canada. It aims to speak for individual engineers and their professional concerns, as well as support their careers, interests and personal needs. CSPE is a voice for professional engineers on issues affecting the regulation and practice of professional engineering, the rights, rewards and careers of individual engineers, and areas beyond the control of engineers as individuals, requiring the collective will and resources of engineers as a group.
    Canadian Society of Professional Engineers,
    4950 Yonge Street, Suite 502,
    Toronto, ON, M2N 6K1
    Tel:(416) 223-9961
    info@cspe.ca


  • Consulting Engineers of Alberta (CEA)
    Formed in 1978, Consulting Engineers of Alberta is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the business environment for the consulting engineering firms in the province and providing society with the highest standards of engineering design and safety. It also serves the public by promoting the engineering industry as a catalyst for economic growth, wealth generation and the application of technology. CEA represents over 80 Alberta engineering firms who employ over 4000 individuals including professionals engineers, technologists and support staff.
    Consulting Engineers of Alberta,
    511 Scotia Two, 10060 Jasper Avenue,
    Edmonton, AB, T5J 3R8
    Tel:(780) 421-1852
    Fax:(780) 424-5225
    info@cea.ca


  • Consulting Engineers of British Columbia (CEBC)
    Consulting Engineers of British Columbia (CEBC) is an association representing the business interests of its member firms who employ some 10,000 people throughout the province of BC and the world. The association currently represents approximately 100 of B.C.'s best known and respected consulting engineering companies, and is a member of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada.
    Consulting Engineers of British Columbia,
    Suite 657 - 409 Granville St.,
    Vancouver, BC, V6C 1T2
    Tel:(604) 687-2811
    Fax:(604) 688-7110
    info@cebc.org


  • Consulting Engineers of Manitoba Inc.
    The Consulting Engineers of Manitoba Inc. aims to further the maintenance of high professional standards in the consulting engineering profession, promote cordial relations among various consulting firms in Manitoba, and to foster the interchange of professional, management and business experience and information among consulting engineers.
    Consulting Engineers of Manitoba Inc.,
    P.O. Box 1547, Station Main,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3C 2Z4

  • Consulting Engineers of New Brunswick
  • Consulting Engineers of Nova Scotia (CENS)
    The Consulting Engineers of Nova Scotia is a business association of just over four dozen Nova Scotian firms representing more than 1200 employees in the business of consulting engineering and related services.
    Consulting Engineers of Nova Scotia,
    PO Box 613, Station "M", Halifax, NS, B3J 2R7
    Tel:(902) 461-1325
    Fax:(902) 461-1321
    nscea@atcon.com


  • Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO)
    Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) is a non-profit organization devoted to the business and professional interests of consulting engineering in Ontario. Its membership of over 250 firms provides a wide range of engineering services to government and private sector clients on a project-by-project basis.
    Consulting Engineers of Ontario,
    10 Four Season Place, Suite 405,
    Toronto, ON, M9B 6H7
    Tel:(416) 620-1400
    Fax:(416) 620-5803


  • Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES)
    Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan (CES) aims to strengthen the consulting and geoscience industry in Saskatchewan by promoting the growth and prosperity of member firms, influencing decision makers through effective lobbying, providing efficient member services, and importing Saskatchewan opportunities through the export of consulting engineering and geoscience services by member firms. The CES membership consists of over 55 firms employing more than 800 professional and technical support personnel, providing local, regional, national and international engineering services.
    Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan,
    Suite 12, 2010 - 7th Avenue,
    Regina, SK, S4R 1C2
    Tel:(306) 359-3338
    Fax:(306) 522-5325
    ces@sasktel.net


  • Consulting Engineers of Yukon
    Founded in 1983 in Whitehorse, the Consulting Engineers of Yukon (CEY) promote the business of consulting engineering in the Territory and lobby the various levels of Government in the Yukon, to promote high professional standards in the industry. With a membership of 21 firms, CEY represents nearly all of the resident consulting engineers.
    Consulting Engineers of Yukon,
    c/o 6 - 151 Industrial Road,
    Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2V3
    Tel:(867) 668-3068
    Fax:(867) 668-4349
    cey@eba.ca


  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE)
    IEEE Canada is the Canadian arm (as Region 7) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) as well as the constituent society of the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) for the technical fields of electrical, electronics, and computer engineering. IEEE Canada provides a high quality general interest magazine, a technical journal, an electronic newsletter, an annual conference, and web services designed for all Canadian IEEE members, as well as support for our volunteer network of local Sections, Chapters, and Student Branches.
  • International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists
    The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists aims to build a better future worldwide through full and effective participation of women and girls in all aspects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Their mission is to become an influential voice on STEM issues for the benefit of women, gender equity, and society, increase the presence of women in mainstream STEM decision-making bodies, and promote the exchange of information, networking, advocacy, and a number of global and regional projects.
    International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists,
    Laval University
    Room Pouliot-1504,
    Quebec, G1K 7P4
    Tel:(418) 656-5359
    Fax:(418) 656-7415
    inwes@gmc.ulaval.ca


  • Ontario Society of Professional Engineers
    The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) is the voice of the engineering profession in Ontario. They help advance the professional and economic interests of their members by advocating with governments, offering valued member services, and providing opportunities for ongoing professional development.
    Ontario Society of Professional Engineers,
    4950 Yonge Street, Suite 502,
    Toronto, ON, M2N 6K1
    Tel:(416) 223-9961
    Fax:(416) 223-9963
    info@ospe.on.ca


  • Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (English Site)
    In Quebec, the OIQ carefully monitors compliance with rules of the engineering trade and with the professional integrity of members, while also overseeing the development of the engineering profession. Simply put, the OIQ ensures that Quebec society has every reason to maintain its confidence in the engineering profession.
    Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec, Gare Windsor, bureau 350, 1100, De La Gauchetière West,
    Montréal (Québec) H3B 2S2
  • Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador
    The Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland and Labrador (PEG) is an organization whose mandate is regulating the practice of engineering and geoscience, and ensuring the public confidence, sustainability and stewardship of the professions. PEG has about 2,500 members and is accountable to the public through the provincial Department of Government Services and Lands.
    Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Newfoundland and Labrador, Suite 203, Baine Johnston Centre, 10 Fort William Pl., St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador,
    P.O. Box 21207,
    St. John's, NL, A1A 5B2
    Tel:(709) 753-7714
    Fax:(709) 753-6131
    main@pegnl.ca


  • Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
    Professional Engineers Ontario licenses Ontario's 65,000 professional engineers, and sets standards for and regulates engineering practice in the province. It has a statutory mandate under the Professional Engineers Act to protect the public interest where engineering is concerned. Rigorously educated, experienced and committed to a Code of Ethics that puts the public interest first, licensed professional engineers can be identified by the P.Eng. after their names.
    Professional Engineers Ontario, 25 Sheppard Ave. West, Suite 1000, Toronto, ON, M2N 6S9
    Tel:(416) 224-1100
    Fax:(416) 224-8168

  • RedR Canada (Registered Engineers for Disaster Relief)
    RedR Canada is part of an international organisation that relieves suffering in disasters by selecting, training and providing competent and efficient personnel to humanitarian aid agencies world-wide. Canadian engineers are recognized worldwide for, among other things, their expertise in water and waste water management, and on transportation-related issues - both matters of critical importance in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.
    RedR Canada,
    130 Chanbord,
    Ottawa, ON, K1V 0L4
    Tel:(613) 232-9999
    Fax:(613) 226-5991
    info@redr.ca


  • The Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE)
    The Canadian Academy of Engineering is an independent, self-governing and non-profit organization established in 1987 to serve the nation in matters of engineering concern. The Fellows of the Academy are professional engineers from all disciplines and are elected on the basis of their distinguished service and contribution to society, to the country and to the profession.
    The Canadian Academy of Engineering,
    180 Elgin Street, Suite 1100,
    Ottawa, Ontario, K2P 2K3
    Tel:(613) 235-9056
    Fax:(613) 235-6861
    acadeng@ccpe.ca

  • The Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society
    The CMBES is Canada's principal society for engineering in medicine and biology. It is affiliated with the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering. The Society's objectives are directed toward the advancement of the theory and practice of medical device technology; and toward the advancement of all individuals in Canada who are engaged in interdisciplinary work involving engineering, the life sciences and medicine.
    CMBES Secretariat,
    PO Box 51023,
    Orleans, ON, K1E 3W4
    Tel:(613) 837-8649
    Fax:(613) 837-6480
    cmbes@magma.ca


  • The Canadian Society for Bioengineering (CSBE)
    CSBE is the Canadian society for engineering in agricultural, food, environmental, and biological systems.
    CSBE/SCGAB,
    PO Box 23101
    RPO McGillivray,
    Winnipeg, MB, R3T 5S3
    Tel:(204) 233-1881
    Fax:(204) 231-8282
    bioeng@shaw.ca


  • The Chemical Institute of Canada
    The Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC) is a professional association of chemists (Canadian Society for Chemistry), chemical engineers (Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering) and chemical technologists (Canadian Society for Chemical Technology) who are employed in, or associated with industry, academia, government and other organizations across Canada and the world.
    The Chemical Institute of Canada,
    130 Slater Street, Suite 550,
    Ottawa, ON, K1P 6E2
    Tel:(613) 232-6252
    Fax:(613) 232-5862
    info@cheminst.ca


  • The Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC)
    A federation of technical societies, the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) is the leading proponent of continuing education and technical professional development in the Canadian engineering community. Their objective is to promote cooperation between the technical societies, collaborate with member societies, universities, other educational institutions and industry to make continuing education and professional opportunities available to engineers, and to assist the engineering licensing bodies and organizations in promoting a strong image of the engineering profession.
    The Engineering Institute of Canada,
    1295 Hwy 2 E,
    Kingston, ON, K7L 4V1
    Tel:(613) 547-5989
    Fax:(613) 547-0195
    jplant1@cogeco.ca


  • Institute of Power Engineers
    The Institute of Power Engineers is a professional organization made up of Power Engineers and individuals working in related fields. As a member, you will be kept up-to-date on the changes being proposed by the local governing bodies that affect the engineering profession. The Institute works in cooperation with the governing bodies, in which its goal is to guarantee standards and regulations for the safety of the general public, the benefit and safety of Power Engineers, the safe operation and maintenance of the physical plants of which the Institute is responsible for, and working in cooperation with education facilities and government in the development of courses in Power Engineering.
    The Institute of Power Engineers,
    P.O. Box 878,
    Burlington, ON, L7R 3Y7
    ipenat@nipe.ca


  • Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum
    Founded in 1898, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum is the leading technical society of professionals in the Canadian minerals, metals, materials and energy industries. With over 12,000 national members, CIM strives to be the association of choice for professionals in the minerals industries.
    CIM National Office (Montreal),
    Suite 855, 3400 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.,
    Montreal, QC H3Z 3B8
    Tel:(514) 939-2710
    Fax:(514) 939-2714
    cim@cim.org


  • University of Alberta, Mechanical Engineering
    Mechanical engineering covers a diverse range of engineering fields with five major areas of study: solid mechanics and dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanical design, and engineering management. Many courses in the undergraduate program include experimental laboratories to give students hands-on experience with current engineering and measurement equipment. Throughout the program, several courses are devoted to mechanical engineering design. Working on individual and group projects, students apply engineering principles to challenging design projects and develop communication skills through oral and written presentations as well as preparation of drawings for fabrication in the department's machine shop.
    University of Alberta,
    4-9 Mechanical Engineering Building,
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2G8
    Tel:(780) 492-3598



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