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Update on the COVID-19 coronavirus situation and its impact on CPBI events

CPBI regards it membership’s health and well being as a top priority. As a result of this, all in-person events taking place in March and April are postponed. Each Region is actively working on re-scheduling these events and will keep you informed through the web site Regional pages, and by email.

Over the course of the next 2 weeks, we will be assessing whether in-person May and June events can take place.

Rest assured that CPBI Regions will work with registered participants, offering a maximum level of flexibility on payments and refunds.

As the situation is evolving rapidly, we invite you to check the status of CPBI events via the respective regional sections of our website: www.cpbi-icra.ca

We are keeping a watchful eye on the situation, as public health and participant well-being are important to us.

Thank you for your trust in CPBI, and stay healthy!


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