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Associations




BB&C Management Services offers critical day to day support to the following Associations:

ACMO - Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario

ACMO is a professional association representing the interests of the condominium managers in Ontario. ACMO's mission is to enhance the quality performance of condominium property managers and management companies in Ontario. There are several non-voting categories of membership including associates who supply goods and services to the condominium community.
ACMO's programs and services include the publication of a quarterly magazine and newsletter, numerous social events and monthly luncheons. Education of condominium managers is a core service and ACMO administers its own certification designation the R.C.M. (Registered Condominium Manager). ACMO also offers self-policing of its members through a Code of Ethics and ACMO 2000 Certification for corporate members.

You may contact ACMO by:
E-mail: rcm@acmo.org
Web Site: www.acmo.org
Telephone: 905-826-6890 or 800-265-3263
Fax: 905-826-4873.

ACSESS - Association of Canadian Search, Employment & Staffing Services
ACSESS Is the single voice for the employment, recruitment and staffing services industry in Canada. It promotes Advancement & Growth of the Industry by providing services to, and communicating with, members of the employment, recruitment and staffing services industry. Primary objectives of ACSESS include coordinating educational programs; promoting best business practices, and representing its membership before governments and the general public. ACSESS offers a certification program and successful candidates are granted the professional designation CPC (Certified Personnel Consultant).

You may contact ACSESS by:
E-mail: info@acsess.org
Web Site: www.acsess.org
Telephone: 1-888-232-4962, (905) 826-6869
Fax: (905) 826-4873

CACH - Canadian Adult Congenital Heart Network
CACH is a registered charity founded in1991 to develop and strengthen an array of regional centres designed to meet the needs of adult congenital heart patients in Canada. The main purpose of CACH is to pool the knowledge and expertise of the congenital heart disease professionals in Canada and to create a community of individuals committed to their patients and to helping each other strengthen their skills and knowledge of the discipline. The main programs and services of CACH include the development of a national database, patient communication network, a newsletter and research projects.

You may contact CACH by:
Web Site: www.cachnet.org
Telephone: 905-826-6665
Fax: 905-826-4873

CAMA - Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association
The Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association • L'Association Canadienne d'Auto-distribution is the only association representing the interest of Vending Operators, Machine Manufacturers, and Product & Service Suppliers in Canada. CAMA annually hosts the only comprehensive Canadian trade show addressing the vending industry. The show rotates between Montreal and Toronto. The 2006 trade show will be held in Niagara Falls.

You may contact CAMA by:
E-mail: info@vending-cama.com
Web Site: www.vending-cama.com
Telephone: 905-826-7695 or 1-888-849-2262
Fax: 905-826-4873

CBMU - The Canadian Board of Marine Underwriters
CBMU was founded in 1917 to represent the goals and interests of the Canadian marine insurance industry with particular emphasis on trade policy, legislation, loss prevention and ship building maintenance. The key functions of CBMU are to procure and exchange relevant information amongst the membership, facilitate the exchange of views and ideas on marine insurance and promote the interests of its membership. The key programs and services of CBMU include a code of standards, participation in international forums through IUMI, liaison with government departments and agencies and other industry and professional associations. Detailed work programs are undertaken by several standing committees and a regular newsletter is published.

You may contact CBMU by:
E-mail: info@cbmu.com
Web Site: www.cbmu.com
Telephone: 905-826-4768
Fax: 905-826-4873

COP - The Coalition of Ontario Psychiatrists
The Coalition of Ontario Psychiatrists is a formal partnership of the Ontario Psychiatric Association and the Section on Psychiatry of the Ontario Medical Association. It is concerned with the provision of high quality mental health services for all Ontarians who need them. The Coalition of Ontario Psychiatrists represents the 1900 psychiatrists in Ontario.

You may contact COP by:
Telephone: 905-813-0105
Fax: 905-826-4873

NACCB – THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COMPUTER CONSULTING BUSINESSES CANADA
The National Association of Computer Consulting Businesses Canada (NACCB Canada) is a made-in-Canada association that provides education and awareness on public policy issues that impact the IT staffing industry in Canada. The NACCB Canada was created in November of 1999 to ensure that policymakers understand how the IT staffing industry operates and the contribution the industry makes to the Canadian economy.
Members meet regularly to discuss industry issues, establish positions on these issues and share best practices. These meetings provide industry leaders with an opportunity to candidly discuss matters of common interest in an open and engaging environment.

You may contact NACCB by:
Email: naccb@naccb.ca
Website: naccb.ca
Telephone: 905-826-6665
Fax: 905-826-4873

NACM - National Association of Condominium Managers
NACM was formed in 2008 to to act as an association of condominium management professionals for the purpose of educating and certifying specialists in condominium management in regions across Canada. the NACM Mission is: To advance opportunities for persons involved in condominium management through awarding professional designations, providing lifelong learning, maintaining a relevant resource centre, representing and promoting the condominium management industry and profession.

OPA – Ontario Psychiatric Association
The Ontario Psychiatric Association is the provincial voice of Ontario's Psychiatrists. The OPA primarily serves to:
Facilitate the exchange of scientific information
Promote the optimal level of professional development and practice
Advocate for the mentally ill and their families
Represent members to governments, universities, and other medical associations.
Promote the prevention of mental disorders in the province of Ontario

You may contact OPA by:
E-mail: opa@bellnet.ca
Web Site: www.eopa.ca
Telephone: 905-813-0105
Fax: 905-826-4873