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Management Information Session for Community Support Services
To: Ontario First Nations (w/ Community Support Services)
From: Chiefs of Ontario Health Coordination Unit
Re: Management Information Session for Community Support Services
This memorandum is to serve as notice that the Chiefs of Ontario will be hosting a Management Information Session (MIS) for First Nations in Ontario that have Community Support Services. There will be two sessions, one in the northern region and one in the southern region at the following locations:
Vahalla Inn, Thunder Bay, ON – March 12, 13, 2008
1 Valhalla Inn Road,
Thunder Bay, ON
Telephone #: 1-800-964-1121
Courtyard Marriot, Toronto, ON – March 18, 19, 2008
475 Yonge Street,
Telephone #: 1-800-847-5075Chiefs of Ontario will reimburse for one participant per First Nation at Chiefs of Ontario rates. Please ensure that the participant is the person responsible for reporting on this form within your community.
We will be responsible for booking accommodations for all participants. To register, please contact Marla Monague, Health Administrative Support via email at firstname.lastname@example.org on or before February 29. 2008. There will not be any registration forms to fill out, but please ensure that when contacting Marla to include what region (northern or southern) and First Nation you are from, and telephone and fax numbers. Once registration has been confirmed, participants will be added to the rooming list for accommodations.
*Please note: If a participant cannot make the session after they have registered, it is the participant’s responsibility to contact the hotel to cancel their reservation as Chiefs of Ontario will be charged for any unoccupied rooms that are on our list. Unfortunately, Chiefs of Ontario cannot cover these types of costs and the charges will be reverted back to the participant’s First Nation for reimbursement.
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