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Members give positive reports at CAPM meeting


June 18, 2014
By Ground Water Canada

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June 19, 2014, Guelph, Ont. – Members of the Canadian Association of
Pump Manufacturers discussed goals, long-range plans and the new
statistics reporting method at their annual meeting on June 17.

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David O'Neil, investment counsellor with Kerr Financial Advisors, presented a report on the Canadian economic outlook for
2014 and beyond at the CAPM annual meeting.

June 19, 2014, Guelph, Ont. – Members of the Canadian Association of
Pump Manufacturers discussed goals, long-range plans and the new
statistics reporting method at their annual meeting on June 17.

Mitch Tetrault from Franklin Electric chaired the meeting, which was held at
the Springfield Golf & Country Club, and led the 20-plus members through a business agenda that included approval of minutes
and financials, discussion of the association goals, a report on the three-year long-range plans for the association, and an update on the
new statistics reporting method, which seems to be working well.

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After the business portion of the meeting, Kevin Wong of the Canadian
Water Quality Association gave an update on codes including a
report on Ontario Bill 91 (Recycling of products) and NSF 61 (Ontario
building code for tanks), and presented an update on the Ontario College
of Trades and how it applies to the pump installers.

David O'Neil, investment counsellor with Kerr Financial Advisors, then
presented the membership a report on the Canadian economic outlook for
the balance of 2014 and beyond.

After lunch, members took to the links for a round of golf to complete
the day.


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