Our Next Meeting is Thursday October 17, 2013.
This meeting includes a Tour at CANMET followed by some information packed seminars and a Pub Night Buffet at Kelsey’s.
Location: CANMET, 183 Longwood Road South, Hamilton, ON L8P 0A5
Time: 2:30 pm Tour of Foundry to view a non-ferrous melting and casting.
3:30 pm Seminars
James Lively – HOW TO ELIMINATE THE GENERATION OF HAZARDOUS FURNACE EMISSIONS AND SPENT FOUNDRY SAND BY PROCESS MODIFICATION
Dr. Yemi Fasoyinu – FACTORS THAT INFLLUENCE HOT TEARING OF ALUMINUM ALLOY 206 POURED IN METAL MOLDS
Dr. Frank Czerwinski – MICROSTRUCTURE GENERATION OF MAGNESIUM ALLOYS DURING SEMISOLID PROCESSING
For a full description check out our “Events” Page
5:30 pm Pub Night at Kelsey’s
The cost is $20.00. We ask all members and guests for your assistance in placing your reservations no later than 4:00 pm on Tuesday, October 15th. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the names of the people attending
Our September Meeting had over 60 people in attendance.
Our Guest Speaker was Judith Andrew
The guest speaker of the evening was Judith Andrew who has been appointed to the Canada Employment Insurance Commission as the Commissioner for Employers, Human Resource and Skills Development.
Judith spoke on the recent changes made to the employment insurance Program, and touched on several topics that would help employers find skilled employees, and help workers have more of an opportunity for find employment.
There are five areas that have had changes made, to help with economic growth and meet challenges associated with both an aging population and growing international competition for skilled workers. These include Employment Supports and Skills Training, Hiring Canadians First, Working While on Claim, Variable Best Weeks.
To further explore the benefits for employers please visit http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/ei/acts/changes.shtml .
Our September Meeting was a joint meeting with CFA
The CFA was proud to distribute their Safety Awards
YOU ARE INVITED!
Scholarship Auction Night
Thursday, November 21st, 2013
Location: Waterfront Banque & Conference Centre
555 Bay Street North, Hamilton
Time: Reception/Cash Bar commences at 6:00 pm
Dinner commences at 6:30 pm
All proceeds go to the AFS Scholarship Foundation
Make your reservations TODAY!
Auction donations are welcome and can be made through any member of the Auction Committee or contact Crystal Burkholder at 905-544-2505, 905-529-7935 or email email@example.com
DINNER TICKET PRICES & RESERVATIONS
Dinner tickets are $40.00 per person. We ask all members and guests for your assistance in placing your dinner reservations no later than Monday, November 18th, 2013.
Contact Crystal Burkholdeer at 905-544-2505, 905-529-7935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Payment for auction items can only be made by cheque and or cash
YOUR ELECTRONIC INGATE
Note: As long as we have your correct email address you should get your copy of the Ingate. If you or if anyone you know who is a paid up member of the Ontario Chapter did not receive their issue of the Ingate please contact us at email@example.com
The Board of the AFS Ontario Chapter would like to thank all who have supported us in the past by their business card ads and hope you will continue with your support in the coming year. If you have not yet sent us your business card and would like to advertise in the Ingate (and also on our website) please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note the funds donated from advertising go towards scholarships for students interested in our industry. If you see errors or have changes to make with your ad, please contact us so we can correct it.
AFS ONTARIO CHAPTER LIBRARY
The AFS library has an excellent collection of the latest editions of our industries literature and foundry information. The AFS resource base is the most comprehensive collection of foundry information in the world. In addition to books; video and CD’s are also available. Remember, you get the best price available when you purchase or order through the chapter library.
We ask that you check your membership roster for errors. Please note that the information in the roster is detail we receive from AFS headquarters in Chicago. We can assist with any corrections by contacting our Membership Chairman, Vince Skinner and he will forward to the Chicago office. You can email Vince with your changes at email@example.com
AFS ONTARIO WEB SITE
We have a new look and new features on our web site. By checking our site you can keep abreast of what is happening with our chapter. It also allows you to quickly access our sponsors’ web sites. As always we are open to your suggestions for improvements both with our web site and the Ingate. You can send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
CMI Course Schedule
** For more information please visit www.afsinc.org and click on “Cast Metals Institute”. The Cast Metals Institute provides intensive, specialized education for metal casters by metal casters. Since its beginning in 1957, CMI has presented over 3,000 courses to 65,000 participants representing nearly 5,000 individual companies – dramatic evidence of the acceptance of CMI as a vital contributor in the continuing development of foundry personnel.