Workshops & Events

Looking for a more tangible way to develop your skills and competencies? We offer up to 100 workshops and events throughout the academic year. Click on the links below for details!

Fall 2019 Opportunities

September

Sept. 4, 11 & 12 - Scholarship Information and Application Writing Sessions 
Sept. 12 - Voice and Speech Training Workshop
Sept. 18 - The Conversation Canada Information Session
Sept. 19 - GSU Monthly Mental Wellness Workshop: Time Management
Sept. 25 - Career & Graduate School Fair
Sept. 26 - Principled Decision Making: Who are you and what do you stand for?
Ongoing - Graduate Student Work Experience Program (GradSWEP)
Ongoing - Evening Thesis Writing Group
Ongoing - Entrepreneurship Training Program (ETP)
Ongoing - Career Exploration Group
Ongoing - The Commons' Augmented Program
Ongoing - Academic & Study Skills Support Workshops

October

Oct. 2 - Research Ethics and Research Ethics Board (REB) Review
Oct. 2 - Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Lunch & Learn: What do we mean when we say EDI?
Oct. 3 & 9 - Scholarship Information and Application Writing Sessions
Oct. 5 - Launch Forth: Student Leadership & Career Conference
Oct. 10. - Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) Information Session
Oct. 12 - Teaching Assistant Training Program (TATP)
Oct. 15 - Make Midterm Matter
Oct. 17 - Thinking About Research From Multiple Perspectives
Oct. 17 - Fund Your Start-Up Through Mitacs
Oct. 18 - Mitacs Time Management
Oct. 22 - Open Access and Scholarly Publishing
Oct. 25 - Making Entrepreneurship Accessible
Oct. 28 - Social Enterprise Information Session
Oct. 29 - Voice and Speech Training Workshop: Understanding Dialect and Accents
Oct. 30 - Academic Research and Writing Workshop
Oct. 31 - Self-Care in the Academy Workshop
Oct. 31 - Engaging Your Audience in Presentations
Ongoing - Nexus Centre Writing Bootcamps

November 

Nov. 6 - Peer Review and Scholarly Publishing
Nov. 6 - Intellectual Property (IP) 101
Nov. 7 - Work Your Career: How to Strategically Position Yourself for Career Success
Nov. 7 - Preparing Your Business for Financial Success
Nov. 13 - Lunch & Learn: School of Graduate Studies Diversity Dialogue Series
Nov. 14 - Four Things to Consider for Graduate Student Teaching
Nov. 19 - Research Ethics for Graduate Students: Background, Navigating the Ethics Process and Tips for Success
Nov. 20 - Mitacs Skills of Communication
Nov. 21 - Voice and Speech Training Workshop: Understanding Dialect and Accents
Nov. 21 - 3MT® at Memorial
Nov. 22 & 25 - Scholarship Information and Application Writing Sessions
Nov. 26 - Immigration and Entrepreneurship
Nov. 27 - What Every Academic Should Know About Research Impact

December 

Dec. 3 - Writing Professional Emails
Dec. 4 - Conference Papers Do’s and Don’ts
Dec. 11 - Communicating Effectively in a Professional Setting
Dec. 12 - Voice and Speech Training Workshop: Understanding Dialect and Accents


September

Voice and Speech Training Workshop
This practical workshop, offered by a voice coach, will help students to develop the speaking voice with special attention to the articulation of English sounds. This is an ideal session for graduate students wanting to improve their communication skills, particularly their presentation and teaching skills.
Date and Time: Thursday, September 12, 1-2 pm
Mode: On-campus
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Morris Hodder, Voice Coach
Registration

The Conversation Information Session
Graduate students are invited to learn about writing for The Conversation, an independent source of news analysis and commentary. With a global audience of more than 19 million monthly readers and a reach of 38 million through republication, The Conversation is a great way to tell the world about your research. Editor Scott White and Environment and Energy Editor Hannah Hoag will deliver a workshop on how to pitch story ideas and write for The Conversation.
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 18, 3 – 4:30 pm
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenters: Scott White, Editor & Hannah Hoag, Environment and Energy Editor, The Conversation
Registration

GSU Monthly Mental Wellness Workshop: Time Management
Join us for the academic year's first Monthly Mental Health Workshop Series. Learn how to manage your time and why doing so can improve your mental health. Talk and share your experiences openly and freely among your peers.
Date and Time: Thursday, September 19, 5 - 7 pm
Mode: On-campus
Location: GSU Boardroom, 2nd Floor, Feild Hall
Registration

Career & Graduate School Fair
This exciting event is open to ALL students and alumni, from every year and field of study. You will have the opportunity to network with over 100 potential employers and graduate schools as well as enter your name for a chance to win some awesome prizes!
Date and Time: Wednesday, September 25, 10 am – 4 pm
Location: Field House
Mode: On-campus 
Details

Principled Decision Making: Who are you and what do you stand for?
In this session, you will learn about and discuss various frameworks for making principled decisions in a professional setting, as well as engage in an individual values-setting exercise to help you identify and prioritize your motivators for success and leadership.
Date and Time: Thursday, September 26, 11 am - 12 pm NST
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Dr. Janna Rosales, Assistant Professor, Engineering
Registration

October

Research Ethics and Research Ethics Board (REB) Review
This session will introduce the Health Research Ethics Authority (HREA) and Health Research Ethics Board (HREB), provide information on a research ethics review, what research requires review, common mistakes that researchers make in the application process and hints on applying to the HREB.
Date and Time: Wednesday, October 2, 11 am - 12 pm NST
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Chandra Kavanagh, Ethics Officer, HREA
To be rescheduled to a later date

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Lunch & Learn: What do we mean when we say EDI?
Canada’s universities are committed to making their communities more open and inclusive. Memorial University’s School of Graduate Studies commitment to graduate students from diverse backgrounds and lived experiences extends across the lifecycle. In our inaugural EDI Talk, our panelists will discuss the importance and application of equity, diversity and inclusion in the areas of research and innovation, teaching and student service, human resources, and policy at MUN. 
Date and Time: Wednesday, October 2, 12 - 1:30 pm
St. John's Campus Location: Junior Common Room, R. Gushue Hall
Grenfell Campus Location: AS - 2011
Mode: On-campus or online
Moderator: Dr. Aimée Surprenant, Associate Vice-President (Academic) and Dean, Graduate Studies 
Registration

Launch Forth: Student Leadership & Career Conference
What is the connection between your academics and your hobbies/interests? How do you ensure you graduate with not only a degree, but work, volunteer, and leadership experience? What are the different skills that you can develop that will enhance your student experience, while developing your capacity to lead and thrive post-graduation?
Date and Time: Saturday, October 5, 9 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus
Details & Registration

Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) Information Session
The APAP is a federal recruitment program that offers recent graduates an unparalleled development opportunity in the federal public service. This program develops high potential individuals for policy roles in the Government of Canada by offering recent masters-level graduates the opportunity to establish a foundation of knowledge and experience in federal public administration.
Date and Time: Thursday, October 10, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Michael Kelly, Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) alumnus, Fisheries and Oceans Canada/Government of Canada
Details (English)/Détails (Français)
Registration

Teaching Assistant (TA) Training Program
SGS, in collaboration with CITL, TAUMUN, and the GSU, are offering a pan-university Teaching Assistant (TA) Training Program for graduate students on the St. John’s campus. The objective is to introduce new graduate students and future teaching assistants to the roles and responsibilities of the job, as well as the relevant policies for TAs. A certificate of completion will be provided. This program is for thesis-based students. Thesis-based Engineering students are not eligible. 
Date and Time: Saturday, October 12, 8:30 am - 4 pm
Location: Innovation Hall, IIC 2001, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus
Presenter: Dr. Leonard Lye, (Retired) Professor & Associate Dean, Graduate Studies, Engineering
Registration 

Make Midterm Matter
Since 2006, #MakeMidtermMatter has enabled thousands of students to become connected to their community and each other, working with community groups on and off campus. If you are a bit shy to meet people, or not sure how to volunteer, or if you want to have a different experience, or put your academic knowledge into deeper practice, this is a good activity for you.
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 15, 9 am - 4 pm
Mode: Off-campus
Location: Various
Details & Registration

Thinking About Research From Multiple Perspectives
Research across disciplines can be based in multiple methodologies. In this session we will discuss how graduate students can conduct quality research, regardless of discipline or methodology.
Date and Time: Thursday, October 17, 1 - 2 pm
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Beverly Fitzpatrick, Education and Assessment Specialist, Pharmacy
Registration

Fund Your Start-Up Through Mitacs
One of the biggest challenges entrepreneurs face is finding the money to get their idea started. Mitacs engages graduate students to build partnerships between academia, industry, and the world to create a more innovative Canada. The Mitacs Accelerate Entrepreneur program is designed to provide research and funding support to student entrepreneurs. Learn how you can receive a minimum of $10,000 for a 4 month project at this information session.
Date and Time: Thursday, October 17, 1:30 - 3 pm
Location: Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE), EN 3075, Engineering Building
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenters: Niraj Shukla, Team Lead and Libby Carew, Business Development Specialist, Mitacs
Registration

Mitacs Time Management
This energetic, intensive one-day course will sharpen your professional time management skills and optimize your working week. Building on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) best practices, methodologies, and productivity tactics, the course provides tools and techniques that can be applied to a partner industry project or employment-based role. Whether you’re handling dynamic timelines alone or within a team, you’ll be able to reach your project targets with the knowledge gained in this course.
Date and Time: Friday, October 18, 9 am - 5 pm
Mode: Off-campus
Location: O'Regan Ballroom, Fairfield St. John's, 199 Kenmount Road
Details 
Registration 

Open Access and Scholarly Publishing
This workshop will focus on the often misunderstood topic of Open Access and the place it occupies in the scholarly publishing landscape. Such topics as author rights, peer review, and publishing economics, among others, will be covered. A special emphasis will be placed on the relevant services currently being offered by MUN Libraries.
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 22, 11 am - 12 pm NST
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Dr. Patrick Gamsby, Scholarly Communications Librarian
Registration

Making Entrepreneurship Accessible
Part of making your business work is hiring the right people and keeping the right people. Creating an accessible environment within your business is important not only for people with disabilities, but for a wide variety of talented people with different needs. This presentation explains how important accessibility is for your business and how straightforward it can be.
Date and Time: Friday, October 25, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location: Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE), EN 3075, Engineering Building
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenters: Charlotte Dove, Student Learning Accessibility Advisor, Blundon Centre & Claire LeDrew, Career Advisor, Career Development
Registration

Social Enterprise Information Session
Come and learn about the Centre for Social Enterprise, and learn about the employment opportunities they help create for students at Memorial University. The Centre for Social Enterprise is a collaboration between the Faculty of Business Administration, the School of Social Work, and the School of Music. It acts as a catalyst to nurture social entrepreneurs, strengthen social enterprises and drive social innovation in Newfoundland and Labrador. The CSE works to connect students, faculty, community, and company leaders for networking, mentorship, and employment opportunities. It's a platform to support creative students from all disciplines to explore innovation and social entrepreneurship. Getting involved in Social Enterprise is not just for business students! We find students in arts-based programs bring unique and creative perspectives to our work experience programs.
Date and Time: Monday, October 28, 2 - 3 pm
Location: Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE), EN 3075, Engineering Building
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Hannah Gaultois, Social Enterprise Partner Relations, Centre for Social Enterprise
Registration

Voice and Speech Training Workshop: Understanding Dialect and Accents
This practical workshop, offered by a voice coach, explores the articulation of English speech sounds with some attention to the vocabulary, phrases and sayings that colour the Newfoundland and Labrador dialect. This is an ideal session for students wanting to improve their communication skills, particularly listening to and understanding spoken language.
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 29, 10-11 am
Mode: On-campus
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Morris Hodder, Voice Coach
Registration

Academic Research and Writing Workshop
This workshop will discuss literature reviews (finding the gap in the literature, the contribution, mapping an entire field), taking notes, being systematic about writing, planning the progress of a dissertation/thesis and ensuring that you are performing the right level of research for your graduate program! Lunch provided.
Date and Time: Wednesday, October 30, 11 am – 1 pm
Mode: Online only *On-campus attendance sold out*
Location: Genesis Centre Boardroom, IIC – 3001, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Presenter: Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega, Assistant Professor, Public Administration Division of the Center for Economic Teaching and Research (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, CIDE), Mexico
Registration

Self-Care in the Academy Workshop
This workshop will discuss self-care both as personal ethos/praxis, but also as an institutional reform. It will include: Planning realistically (including breaks in your work day and work weeks/months), Disclosure (and lack thereof) of the need for specific accommodations and an ethic of wellness. Refreshments provided.
Date: Thursday, October 31, 2-4 pm
Mode: On-campus 
Location: Bitters Pub & Restaurant, Feild Hall
Presenter: Presenter: Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega, Assistant Professor, Public Administration Division of the Center for Economic Teaching and Research (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, CIDE), Mexico
Registration

Engaging Your Audience in Presentations
Spend an hour with Christine to discuss preparing yourself for presentations, ensuring engagement with your presentations, and formulating and organizing your content. Resources for the point and click - the technical - for creating what you want on your screen will be provided.
Date and Time: Thursday, October 31, 1 – 2 pm
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Christine Molloy, Instructional Designer, Curriculum Development Specialist, & Instructor, Marine Institute
Registration

November

Peer Review and Scholarly Publishing
This presentation will take an in-depth look at the various types of peer review that scholars encounter when publishing journal articles. Graduate students who attend this workshop will leave with a better understanding of the scholarly publishing process.
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 6, 10 am - 11 am NST
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenter: Dr. Patrick Gamsby, Scholarly Communications Librarian
Registration

Intellectual Property (IP) 101
This session will provide an introduction to Intellectual Property (IP) and Memorial’s Technology, Transfer and Commercialization team. It will cover the basics of IP, delving into copyright, trade secrets, trademarks and patents which are all different methods of IP protection that are utilized at Memorial. Finally, the session reviews IP ownership, inventorship and the disclosure process. This overview will help attendees understand when to engage with the team, important IP considerations for students, and how we can help move ideas toward commercial opportunities.
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 6, 11 am - 12 pm NST
Mode: On-campus or online
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Presenters: Dr. Paula Mendonça and Kara Strickland, Intellectual Property Officers
Registration

Work Your Career: How to Strategically Position Yourself for Career Success
If you are a graduate student who has wondered how you begin preparing for your future career, this interactive session is for you! In this workshop, Loleen Berdahl will show you how to identify your current career competencies and networks, and to create an action plan to increase your career competitiveness. Current graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, graduate supervisors and graduate and department chairs should plan to attend.
Date and Time: Thursday, November 7, 12 – 2 pm
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Loleen Berdahl, Professor and Head of Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan
Registration

Preparing Your Business for Financial Success
Meet with business account managers from RBC to find out more about financing options for your start-up. This presentation and question session will help future entrepreneurs better understand how to plan for success and see what tools they have at their disposal through RBC.
Date and Time: Thursday, November 7, 2 - 3:30 pm
Location: Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE), EN 3075, Engineering Building
Mode: On-campus 
Presenters: Jennifer Trickett, Business Account Manager; Tracey Adams, Business Account Manager & Tian Liao, Financial Advisor 
Registration

Lunch & Learn: School of Graduate Studies Diversity Dialogue Series
The objective of this panel event is to engage graduate students, faculty and staff in a dialogue on importance and application of universal design in all areas of graduate studies. How can universal design framework help instructors to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people. The panelists will discuss how various universal design frameworks guide the development of flexible learning environments that can accommodate individual learning differences. The panel will also discuss the difference between access and inclusion.
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 13, 12 - 1:30 pm
Location: SN 2025, Science Building
Mode: On-campus or online
Moderator: Dr. Aimée Surprenant, Associate Vice-President (Academic) and Dean, Graduate Studies
Registration

Four Things to Consider for Graduate Student Teaching
This session discusses and explores specific areas to consider for graduate students in teaching. It focuses on four key lessons for graduate students to focus on to improve their classroom performance, demonstrate effective learning and become better teachers!
Date and Time: November 14, 1 – 2 pm
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Tom Cooper, Associate Professor, Business Administration
Registration

Research Ethics for Graduate Students: Background, Navigating the Ethics Process and Tips for Success
This session covers topics such as why we conduct ethics review, a brief History of Ethics Review in Canada, the TCPS2 Guidelines, the MUN Research Ethics Board (ICEHR), the components of an ethics review and helpful suggestions for successful student applications.
Note: this talk will not discuss the technical aspects of navigating the ICEHR website, the Researcher Portal or the ROMEO system
Date and Time: Tuesday, November 19, 1 - 2 pm
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Russell Adams, Professor of Psychology and Pediatrics, Faculties of Science and Medicine; Chair Interdisciplinary Committee on Ethics in Human Research
Registration

Mitacs Skills of Communication
This a full-day course featuring the tools and tips of better verbal communication. It will test your assumptions and mental models and for many it may be the first time you learn about the Ladder of Inference, the Johari Window and more. The goal is to make you more aware of the tools available to help you become a better communicator in both your work and personal lives. The mastery of these skills is a long-term process, but by simply becoming more conscious of the various communication styles, including your own, you can approach conversations differently and change conversational direction to achieve better outcomes.
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 20, 9 am - 5 pm
Location: Junior Common Room, R. Gushue Hall
Mode: On-campus
Details
Registration

Voice and Speech Training Workshop: Understanding Dialect and Accents
This practical workshop, offered by a voice coach, explores the articulation of English speech sounds with some attention to the vocabulary, phrases and sayings that colour the Newfoundland and Labrador dialect. This is an ideal session for students wanting to improve their communication skills, particularly listening to and understanding spoken language.
Date and Time: Thursday, November 21, 1-2 pm
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus
Presenter: Morris Hodder, Voice Coach
Registration 

3MT® at Memorial
Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed in 2008 by The University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia. Research students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance. 3MT is not an exercise in trivialising or 'dumbing-down' research, but challenges students to consolidate their ideas and research discoveries so they can be presented concisely to a non-specialist audience. Application deadline is November 12!
Date and Time: Thursday, November 21, 2 – 4 pm
Location: McCann Centre, ED 2030 B, Education Building
Mode: On-campus
Details and Apply

Immigration and Entrepreneurship
Come and learn about different immigration pathways available to international students and graduates of Newfoundland and Labrador. The presentation will focus on the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, with emphasis on the newly launched business immigration category of the PNP.
Date and Time: Tuesday, November 26, 12 - 1 pm
Location: Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE), EN 3075, Engineering Building
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Kamrul Islam, Manager of Labour Attraction, Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism
Registration

What Every Academic Should Know About Research Impact
Various metrics are being used for measuring research impact of individual researchers, research groups and institutions. This talk discusses commonly used metrics and databases so researchers are aware of them, know what they are intended for, their limitations and the alternatives that can be used to highlight one’s research impact. Metrics discussed will include journal impact factor, citation counts, h-index and other indices. The session will provide tips on increasing citations, publishing in Open Access journals, Google Scholar profiles and alternative methods of measuring impact.
Date and Time: Wednesday, November 27, 10 - 11 am
Location: IIC – 3001, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Leonard Lye, Professor Emeritus, Former Associate Dean (Graduate Studies), Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Registration 

December

Writing Professional Emails
Writing professional emails is an important skill to master. This webinar will outline the rules of proper etiquette, structure and style, and enable you to communicate your message to your recipient in a professional manner!
Date and Time: Tuesday, December 3, 1 - 1:45 pm NST
Mode: Online
Presenter: Julie Bowering, Career Development Coordinator, Graduate Studies
Registration

Conference Papers Do’s and Don’ts 
This session will discuss best practices for developing conference paper proposals and presenting these papers to academic audiences.
Date and Time: Wednesday, December 4, 11 am – 12 pm NST
Location: Arts & Administration Building, A - 1043
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Danine Farquharson, Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Registration 

Communicating Effectively in a Professional Setting
This talk will discuss ways to enhance one’s ability to communicate orally and in writing in a professional setting by addressing the 5 Ws of professional communication (Who, What, Why, When, Where,). Starting with Who needs to be a good communicator, through What effective communication entails, we will discuss Why effective communication is so important in today’s professional world, and When and Where one can learn the communication skills and competencies so valued by employers.
Date and Time: Wednesday, December 11, 11 am - 12 pm NST
Location: Arts & Administration Building, A - 1046
Mode: On-campus or online
Presenter: Dr. Cristina Fabretto, Per-Course Teaching-Term Appointee, Italian, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Registration

Voice and Speech Training Workshop: Understanding Dialect and Accents
This practical workshop, offered by a voice coach, explores the articulation of English speech sounds with some attention to the vocabulary, phrases and sayings that colour the Newfoundland and Labrador dialect. This is an ideal session for students wanting to improve their communication skills, particularly listening to and understanding spoken language.
Date and Time: Thursday, December 12, 3-4 pm
Location: Beatrice Watts Boardroom, IIC – 2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation
Mode: On-campus
Presenter: Morris Hodder, Voice Coach
Registration

Contact

Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE)

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000