Charity Fundraiser: “Light the Lunch”
Over the years at the AMTS, we have raised money for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This has been a great charity to raise funds for and does so many terrific things for so many people. However, the AMTS Committee has decided to change things up for this year and give to a different charity. (read more)
Theme Night - Ron James
Consistently hailed by critics from coast to coast, ...‘explosively funny’/Chronicle Herald)...‘the funniest man in Canada’/Victoria Times Colonist), award-winning comedian RON JAMES has been selling out theatres from ‘The Rock’ to ‘Lotus Land’ for 15 years, with his marathon, side-splitting, kinetically-charged performances. Marshalling a comedian’s eye for satire and a writer’s ear for language, Ron takes his audience on a two hour, non-stop roller coaster ride, cutting a wide swath through contemporary culture with a razor sharp wit, uncompromising standards and a unique, poetically honed delivery. (read more)
Tuesday Muskoka Night 2017
Join us in Huntsville at the Deerhurst Resort - Registration Required(read more)
Exhibitors More than 30 technical sessions relating to the Building Industry are offered to OBOA members at this event, supporting almost 2000 Ontario building officials. By delivering training and certification, promoting uniform code application, working with industry partners, providing a voice to policymakers, and advancing the profession.
Space Includes:(One) 8’x 10’(except as noted) exhibit space area. (One) 6’ or 8’ skirted tableand access to one standard electrical outlet. (One)company staff exhibitor pass which includes continental breakfast, Mon.Lunch, Tues.Lunch, coffee breaks, Mon.Theme Night, admittance to all technical sessions and a Delegate bag.Exhibitor Space is limited so book early!
Registered Exhibitors (read more)
ICE BREAKER! We will be meeting in the Arthur Lismer Room to have a meet and greet, hand out your companion bag, go over the activities of the week, and answer all your questions. (read more)
Golf - Deerhurst Highlands
From the first elevated tee overlooking Fairy Lake the par-72 course takes full advantage of the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield. It’s a bit like stepping into a Group of Seven painting. Bold granite outcroppings and dramatic terrain shifts are epitomized on the tenth signature hole with a sheer granite rock face in play along the length of the fairway.
Lunch Included(read more)
Develop your business network: Interact and network with other companies that connect and influence the industry. Acknowledgement throughout activities you are sponsoring, signage on location, conference edition promotion in the official publication of the Association and listed on the Conference area of the website. See website for a complete list of sponsors
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Various organizations can offer to host an AMTS, an OBOA Chapter and/or a city, town, county, regional municipality, any other associated group of building officials.
The Committee may be made up of a number of any categories such as Entertainment, Golf, Sponsorship, Technical, Companion, Transportation or Charity and the representation of the Host Committee is through its Chair. This years Host Committee has a detailed and exciting program lined up for this event. (read more)
Technical Sessions - 2017
Life on the Shield
We will be seeing the colors of Muskoka on a hiking trail through beautiful Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve, so bring you’re hiking shoes - We will be enjoying delicious meals at some of the classic dinning venues that Muskoka has to offer - A shopping day and self-guided art tour of Downtown Huntsville is sure to peak your interest - The Cranberry... (read more)
AMTS Hotel - Reservations
1235 Deerhurst Drive
Canada P1H 2E8
Reservations: 1-800-461-4393 (read more)
Anyone attending the AMTS that participates in Conference events must register. The AMTS Offers the unique opportunity to gain exposure, show support and build relationships with public sector representatives, both elected officials and Chief Building Officials, from across Ontario. (read more)