The annual Northern Area Eastern conference presents papers on various methods of corrosion control, featuring unique educational presentations, forums, and new technologies on the exhibit hall floor. This will be your opportunity to learn about local corrosion issues from experienced local experts.
350 Dalhousie Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Single/Double $189.00 CDN
Triple/Quad $209.00 CDN
Make your room reservation by calling (800) 341-2210 and using group name NACE Northern Area Eastern Conference or book direct with the link below:Book Your Room
Deadline to book your room is September 20, 2019
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*prices subject to change
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267 Dalhousie Street, #202, Ottawa
Tel : (613) 562-3325
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