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22nd Annual Ron Morrision Golf Scholarship Classic

Published by Terry Adamo

August 17, 2017

Join CME and your peers at our 23rd Annual Golf Scholarship Classic for a day in the sun and support CME's Annual Scholarship Fund.  

Some of the proceeds go towards awarding scholarships to CME members and their immediate family who are pursuing a post-secondary education in skilled trades, health, and safety, or export and trade. 


Wednesday, August 17, 2017

, NEW!!!  8:00 am to 10:00 am - Invitation to participate in a Roundtable on: Fair Workplaces Better Jobs Act (Bill 148)

CME would like to invite you to Join CME's President & CEO, Dennis Darby at an upcoming breakfast roundtable on August 17th, prior to the start of CME’s 23rd Annual Ron Morrison Golf Classic. Please consider attending whether you are golfing or not. Also joining us will be CME Board Chair, Rhonda Barnet.

The discussion will start with an update on the new legislation that will increase the minimum wage and will make major changes to employment standards in Ontario (Bill 148) as well Electricity & Cap & Trade. We would like to hear from you as well, as to your concerns on these topics. 

The session will run from 8:30 am to 10:00 am at the Royal Ontario Golf Club- 6378 Trafalgar Rd, Hornby, ON L0P 1E0. There is no charge to attend just the roundtable.

Please rsvp to separately from your golf registration.

Golf Schedule

10:00 Registration

11:00 BBQ Lunch

Noon - Shotgun Start



Royal Ontario Golf Club

6378 Trafalgar Road, Hornby, ON (Trafalgar & Britannia)



Early bird pricing (until July 31, 2016):

CME member: $299 + HST per golfer ($329 after July 31, 2017)

Non-member: $349 + HST per golfer ($369 after July 31, 2017)

Dinner only: $99 + HST per person

Register: Click here to register now


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CME’s Annual  Ron Morrison Scholarship Fund now taking applications!

The purpose of the scholarship fund is to increase the awareness of one of Canadian

Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) Ontario’s key priority issues: Canada’s growing skills

shortages. By providing scholarships to CME members, their children and immediate

family pursuing post-secondary education in skilled trades, manufacturing health and safety, or export and

trade, CME hopes to foster stronger support and incentive for skilled individuals in Canada.

$1,000 scholarship will be awarded to the individual who meets the scholarship criteria.

Open to CME/EAC Members and their immediate family.

For more information and to apply for the scholarship click here.


To view the promotional flyer, click here.


Additional Information

Location: Royal Ontario Golf Club
Time: 10am to 7pm
Cost: See above

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