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Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk


#CARST2020



Thank you for joining us for CARST2020 - ONLINE!

Watch for our monthly webinars.







We are thankful for our supporters:

Un gros merci à nos sponsors:


Special thanks to the organizing committee.  Merci au comité d'organisation:

                  


Virtual Program - programme virtuel: 

Message from our President:

It gives me great pleasure to welcome everyone to our 9th annual and first “Virtual” Conference of the Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these are unprecedented times, but by working together creatively, we will keep the important business of CARST moving along until we meet again next year in Victoria.

CARST continues to be a leader in raising public awareness and education on radon and advocating to reduce radon exposure in homes, schools and workplaces. Your association’s management team and board of directors had another busy and eventful year in 2019, representing CARST at many public events and trade association conferences. Last year’s Take Action on Radon Program was another successful campaign which resulted in significantly more residential radon testing across the country.

Our membership continues to grow, as does the number of C-NRPP certified professionals across Canada. Had the conference been held in Victoria as planned this year, we would have gathered together an excellent group of sponsors, exhibitors and attendees. Despite the postponement, I would like to thank them sincerely for their generous financial support, without which our annual conference would not be possible. I would also like to express special thanks to the members of this year’s organizing committee, who worked tirelessly to put together another excellent pre-conference education program and conference agenda, with an outstanding line-up of speakers. Hopefully, many of you will be able to participate in the Virtual Conference and AGM, which Pam and her team have done an excellent job organizing at such short notice.

Your membership fees and sponsorships received throughout the year are carefully invested toward raising public awareness and education, promoting radon action at the federal, provincial and municipal levels of government, and supporting a variety of radon stakeholder initiatives. We look forward to updating you on these initiatives during the Virtual Conference.

On behalf of all our members, I would like to thank our Executive Director Pam Warkentin and the Board of Directors for the countless hours they generously give throughout the year to enable CARST to fulfill its goal of preventing radon-induced lung cancer and saving lives. I would also like to take this opportunity to recognize one of our founding board members who is retiring at this year’s AGM after serving the maximum board term of 9 years: Rob Mahoney. Rob is one of Canada’s leading radon mitigators and will be sorely missed; we thank him for his invaluable contributions to making CARST what it is today.

On a personal note, I will also be stepping down from the board at this year’s AGM, having completed my maximum 9-year board term. It has been an honor and a pleasure to serve as your President for the past 4 years. I am proud and delighted to see our association transition into a movement of diverse stakeholders, working together across Canada to raise public awareness of radon and save lives. I look forward to seeing you all in Victoria next spring.

Cancer Changes Lives - So Can We!

Alan J Whitehead, President

2019/2020 Board of Director Bios:  le conseil d'administration 2019/20


Alan Whitehead, President

A founding member and current President of CARST, Alan Whitehead is also President and CEO of Radon Environmental Management Corp. and serves on the Coalition of International Radon Associations (COIRA).  Alan has over 30 years’ experience on executive boards and is passionate in making change happen.  Dedicated to the prevention of radon-induced lung cancer, he serves as a board member of Cancer Survivors Against Radon.


Scott Cryer, P. Geo. Vice-President

Scott Cryer is the National Practice Leader for radon at Pinchin Ltd. A professional Geoscientist (P. Geo.), Scott has over 25 years of experience dealing with environmental, health & safety issues. Scott is C-NRPP certified in both measurement and mitigation and provides consulting services to clients nationally regarding radon and hazardous materials issues.



Bill Rounds, Treasurer

Bill Rounds is President of Radonova, a global leader in radon measurement and alpha track technology.  Bill’s responsibilities include coordinating Radonova’s extensive international radon business and developing strategy to move the group forward. Based in the United States, Bill is an active member of CARST and AARST, and serves on the board of directors of the AARST Foundation.



Bruce Decker, CET, ROHT, BSSO

Bruce Decker is the Senior Indoor Environmental Specialist at BGIS with 24 years’ experience in the Environmental, Health & Safety and Building Science consulting industries.  Bruce is C-NRPP certified in measurement, mitigation and CRNCH and heads a national radon testing and mitigation team specializing in commercial buildings for corporate clients across Canada.  Bruce brings technical committee and Director experience to CARST from his involvement with CSA and EIA (EACO).


Mark Donohue, Eng.

Mark Donohue is Vice President of the Building Science Group at le Groupe Gesfor Poirier Pinchin Inc, and has over 23 years’ experience with environmental issues, building envelope science, and occupational health and safety concerns.  Mark is bilingual and is C-NRPP certified in both measurement and mitigation and has designed and implemented radon mitigation systems in schools and large commercial buildings throughout Quebec.


Colin Dumais, BSc.

After finding and mitigating radon in his family’s home, Colin Dumais founded RadonWest Ltd; offering radon testing and mitigation services and radon resistant construction design. Passionate about renewable energy and energy efficiency, Colin works to raise radon awareness and ensure that mitigation systems are designed efficiently and economically using enhanced diagnostic methods and procedures. Colin is a C-NRPP trainer; certified in both measurement and mitigation. 


Julie Girardeau

Julie Girardeau is the General Manager of Operations at AccuStar Canada and oversees the operations of the rental program at Airthings.  With extensive experience in banking, finance, and administration, Julie is located in Quebec City and is fluently bilingual.


Michael Halliwell, P.Eng.

Michael Halliwell is an Environmental Engineer at Thurber Engineering in Edmonton, Alberta.  Michael has extensive experience in soil and groundwater assessment and remediation, soil vapour and indoor air quality in addition to radon measurement.


Jeff LeBlanc

Jeff LeBlanc is a bilingual certified radon mitigation professional who runs both Cottage to Castle Home Inspections and Radon Repair in the greater Moncton area.  With past experience as a Realtor, Jeff is dedicated to increasing radon awareness in New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada and across the nation. 


Rob Mahoney

A founding member of CARST, Rob Mahoney has over 20 years’ experience working in commercial HVAC design and Indoor Air Quality management.  Rob has been working in radon remediation since 2007, when he participated in a Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) pilot project that has since become a Health Canada standard.  Rob is C-NRPP certified and is the sole proprietor of Radon Works.


Dr. Anne-Marie Nicol, MES PhD 

Anne-Marie Nicol holds a PhD in Epidemiology from UBC and a Master’s in Environmental Studies from York University. Currently, Anne-Marie is an Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Simon Fraser University in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Her areas of interest include human health risk assessment, environmental health, and knowledge translation.  Anne-Marie is the co-principal investigator of CAREX (CARcinogen EXposure) Canada (www.carexcanada.ca); a multi-institution team of researchers working together to study carcinogen exposure in Canada. At CAREX, Anne-Marie leads research on radon policy across Canada in various contexts. Recently, Anne-Marie initiated the Healthy Indoor Environments program at the BC Lung Association which is focused on improving policies that support better indoor air quality. Anne-Marie is also a core team member for the Take Action on Radon (TAOR) program.



Andrea Schinkel

Andrea has over 10 years experience in Facilities and Project Management for the Federal Government.  She is also co-owner of an electrical contracting company and is certified in both radon measurement and mitigation.

CARST/C-NRPP Staff - Personnel de l'ACSTR/PNCR-C

Pam Warkentin, Executive Director

A founding member of CARST and a C-NRPP certified measurement professional, Pam Warkentin is the Executive Director of both CARST and C-NRPP, and Project Manager of the Take Action on Radon (TAOR) Program.  Pam works closely with the CARST Board of Directors, the C-NRPP Policy Advisory Board, and all CARST committees.  She also coordinates with Health Canada and radon stakeholders across the country.


Erin Curry, Regional Director

A Mechanical Engineer who previously ran her own building inspection and radon measurement firm, Erin is Regional Director at CARST, and also serves as Project Lead for the Take Action on Radon (TAOR) Project.  Erin brings a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to be able to support our members.  Based near Montreal Quebec, Erin is the French-speaking contact for all CARST initiatives.


Oghenekome (Kome)  Michael,  C-NRPP Administrative Assistant

A recent Computer Engineering graduate, Kome joined the CARST/C-NRPP staff to manage certification exams and applications.  He has also taken on the challenge of implementing online procedures for C-NRPP certification processes; making them more accessible and efficient for our radon professionals.


Virtual Conference Presentations - les présentations virtuelles

The virtual conference is now over, however you can find recording for each session below.


View the recording here.

This webinar was recorded on: April 17, 2020


Virtual Vendor Cafe

Ecosense Introduces its Family of Radon Detection Products for Professional Use

and

Mitigating Radon in homes using the Fantech Hero HRV and Radostat


Duration: 1 hr

Eligible for 1 credit of Professional Development for C-NRPP Professionals

Vaut 1 crédit de formation continue (développement professionnel) pour les professionnels du PNCR-C.


Ecosense Introduces its Family of Radon Detection Products for Professional Use

Ecosense, Inc. (San Jose, CA) is introducing its professional and consumer RadonEye detection products for use by inspection and remediation professionals. Both post accurate data every 10 minutes.  The consumer model is priced such that several may be used in multiple locations prior to deploying the NRPP-certified Pro model for a timed inspection the best location.  The devices are set-up via BLE to either iOS or Android smartphones, with the Pro model also reporting by Wi-Fi to a server that assists report generation.  Our low cost, speed, and software capabilities enable faster and more complete inspection of homes and buildings.

Mitigating Radon in homes using the Fantech Hero HRV and Radostat

This presentation will show the effectiveness and energy savings of using the Hero HRV and Radostat to mitigate residential radon.  We will cover how to design and implement a residential radon mitigation using the Hero HRV and Radostat. It will also cover the energy savings created by using this method. Case studies will be presented.

Peter C. Foller holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley and at retirement had served as director of R&D for PPG Industries (then) chemical and optical business units.  He is presently involved in several San Francisco Bay Area start-ups and serves on the board of Ecosense.


David Innes is a bilingual senior sales executive with over 25 years experience building international businesses from the ground. He has successfully established and managed sales and customer service networks with a focus on profitability, resulting in rapid sales growth for new technology products in North America.

David has spent most of his career in construction and construction related industries. He is Director of Sales for Radon Environmental Management Corp. and a C-NRPP-certified professional in both the measurement and mitigation of radon. He provides the continuing education training for the CHBA-BC and BC Housing on an ongoing basis along with training for several other private organizations.




CARST Annual General Meeting/

ACSTR Assemblée générale annuelle

Présentation bilingue.

Duration: 2 hrs

Eligible for 2 credits of Radon Industry Participation for C-NRPP Professionals

Vaut 2 crédits de formation continue (participation à l'industrie du radon) pour les professionnels du PNCR-C.


This presentation was recorded on April 21, 2020

View recording here.



Duration: 2.5 hr

Eligible for 2.5 credit of Professional Development for C-NRPP Professionals


The Great Canadian Radon Map: Webinar

The BC Radon Data Repository: an initiative to support public health research and planning

Presenter: Jeffrey Trieu

Health Canada Mapping Work

Presenter: Colin Gutcher

Creating a national radon database for the U.S. in collaboration with states and national radon testing laboratories

Presenter: Michelle Monti

C-NRPP Mapping Progress

Presenter: Pam Warkentin

Discussion: Moving Forward

Additional Research Discussed:


The session was recorded.  Recording will be made available to those who registered.  

7 Signs of a Difficult House


Contact info@carst.ca if you would like to register for the recording.


Duration: 2h

Eligible for 2hs of C-NRPP Approved Continuing Education Course Credits

Registration Fee:

$25 CARST members

$40 non-Members



Wouldn’t it be great to have the benefit of hindsight after completing a difficult job that took way more time and effort than you had anticipated?  Join us for “7 Signs of a Difficult House” where we will talk about clues you can look for which may indicate a tricky mitigation.  If you know it’s a tricky job from your walk-through you can price it accordingly, set the customers expectations and have a “plan B” worked out in advance which is much better than losing money, undershooting customer expectations and having unexpected scope creep.  This should be a fun and interactive discussion so please share your “clues” in the after discussion!    


Colin Dumais, BSc.

After finding and mitigating radon in his family’s home, Colin Dumais founded RadonWest Ltd; offering radon testing and mitigation services and radon resistant construction design. Passionate about renewable energy and energy efficiency, Colin works to raise radon awareness and ensure that mitigation systems are designed efficiently and economically using enhanced diagnostic methods and procedures. Colin is a C-NRPP trainer; certified in both measurement and mitigation.


This webinar was recorded on 23 avril 2020.  It will be posted soon.


Présentation en français.

duration: 1h

Vaut 1 crédit de formation continue (développement professionnel) pour les professionnels du PNCR-C.


Comment s'adresser aux médias - Les bons outils

Présentatrices: Virginie Karagirwa and Victoria Pickering

Le radon est devenu un sujet plus présent dans les nouvelles. Et pour en parler, les médias choisissent souvent des professionnels dans le domaine, vous. Afin de maintenir ce statut et d’assurer que le radon continue d’être d’actualité, ce webinaire vous propose :

  • Une vue d’ensemble sur les médias aujourd’hui :
  • L’importance d’avoir une présence dans les médias;
  • Comment les médias et les journalistes fonctionnent;
  • Ce que les journalistes attendent de vous.
  • De vous outiller avec des connaissances et des astuces pour réussir vos entrevues avec les médias.   
  • Une période de temps où vous pourrez poser toutes vos questions au sujet des médias et du processus d’entrevue!

Le webinaire sera présenté par l’agence de relations publique Pickering Communications, spécialiste en relations de presse depuis plus de 20 ans.


This presentation was recorded in English on April 29 and in French on 30 avril 2020.  

Download the English recording here.

The french recording will be available shortly.

Duration: 1.5 hr

Eligible for 1 credit of Professional Development for C-NRPP Professionals



Radon and Real Estate in Canada/Radon et l’immobilier

 Radon, Real Estate and Short Term Testing 

Presenters: Pam Warkentin, Erin Curry and Jeff LeBlanc

Radon in Real Estate: Transforming BC's Indoor Environments

Presenters: Noah Quastel

Discussion: Radon and Real Estate in Canada


Title: Radon, Real Estate and Short Term Testing

Abstract: 18 months ago, CARST released a guideline on how to include radon testing in a real-estate transaction. In the ensuing year, CARST has gathered feedback from radon stakeholders on how the guideline is being used in the real world, and what changes would be helpful. Other new research has been made public this year that provides new data on the topic of short-term testing versus long-term testing, and it is interesting to interpret this new data through the lens of CARST's guideline.

Presenters: Pam Warkentin, CARST Executive Director, Erin Curry, CARST Regional Director and Jeff LeBlanc, Chair of CARST’s Real Estate Committee

Title: Radon in Real Estate: Transforming BC's Indoor Environments

Abstract: In 2019 we researched the role of radon in real estate in BC. We compared policy and legislation in European countries, American states, and Canadian provinces. We examined ethical principles and policy reasons for addressing radon in real estate and reviewed existing academic literature on the topic. We compared BC’s current radon practices to other places, and how, within BC, radon compares to other environmental contaminants in property. We conducted an online survey of BC realtors, and 7 workshops/webinars. This presentation will present our empirical findings and recommendations for policy action.

Presenter: Noah Quastel is the Director, Law and Policy, BC Lung Association. He has a PhD in human geography is a practicing lawyer and a specialist in radon law and policy.


Radon Olympics

Work at Home Edition

les Olympiques Radon 2020

travailler à domicile 


The Radon Olympics has been a time honored tradition at the CARST conferences.  We couldn't let a conference go by, even a virtual conference, without some fun exercise and camaraderie. 

Check out the videos and trivia below. 


CARST AGM - Board of Director Nominations - l'AGA de l'ACSTR Nominations au Conseil d'administration 

Voting has closed.

Results will be announced at our CARST's 2020 Online Annual General Meeting Les résultats seront présentés pendant l'assemblée générale annuelle de l'ACSTR.

Two Board of Directors are up for re-election and two board of director positions are becoming available as current board members are at the end of their terms.

Bruce Decker, CET, ROHT, BSSO

Bruce Decker is the Senior Indoor Environmental Specialist at BGIS with 24 years’ experience in the Environmental, Health & Safety and Building Science consulting industries.  Bruce is C-NRPP certified in measurement, mitigation and CRNCH and heads a national radon testing and mitigation team specializing in commercial buildings for corporate clients across Canada.  Bruce brings technical committee and Director experience to CARST from his involvement with CSA and EIA (EACO).

Bruce Decker est le spécialiste principal de l'environnement intérieur au BGIS. Il a 24 ans d'expérience dans les secteurs de l'environnement, de la santé et de la sécurité et de la consultance en sciences du bâtiment. Bruce est certifié PNCR-C en mesure, atténuation et CRNCH et dirige une équipe nationale de dépistage et d'atténuation du radon spécialisée dans les bâtiments commerciaux pour des clients d'entreprise dans tout le Canada. Bruce apporte à l'ACSTR son expérience de comité technique et de directeur, acquise dans le cadre de sa participation à la CSA et à l'EIA (EACO).


Mark Donohue, Eng.

Mark Donohue is Vice President of the Building Science Group at le Groupe Gesfor Poirier Pinchin Inc, and has over 23 years’ experience with environmental issues, building envelope science, and occupational health and safety concerns.  Mark is C-NRPP certified in both measurement and mitigation and has designed and implemented radon mitigation systems in schools and large commercial buildings throughout Quebec.

Mark Donohue est vice-président du groupe des sciences du bâtiment du Groupe Gesfor Poirier Pinchin Inc. et a plus de 23 ans d'expérience dans les domaines de l'environnement, de la science de l'enveloppe du bâtiment et des questions de santé et de sécurité au travail. Mark est certifié par le PNCR-C en matière de mesure et d'atténuation et a conçu et mis en œuvre des systèmes d'atténuation du radon dans des écoles et de grands bâtiments commerciaux dans tout le Québec.


Andrew Arshinoff

Andrew is the co-founder of RadonCare, a radon measurement and mitigation company based on scientific and engineered design. He is passionate about sharing his extensive knowledge of the science of radon and its implications to current and past building methods. Andrew is C-NRPP certified in both radon measurement and mitigation and highly involved in the Sheet Metal industry. He has extensive experience and knowledge within the construction industry and an advocate for continued development into code and practice improvements. Andrew offers residential, commercial, institutional and governmental mitigation and measurement services and technical consultations. He frequently offers presentations to industry professionals and actively engages in charitable public outreach to further radon gas awareness. 

Andrew est le co-fondateur de RadonCare, une entreprise de mesure et d'atténuation du radon basée sur une conception scientifique et technique. Il est passionné par le partage de sa connaissance approfondie de la science du radon et de ses implications sur les méthodes de construction actuelles et passées. Andrew est certifié par le PNCR-C pour la mesure et l'atténuation du radon et il est très impliqué dans l'industrie de la tôlerie. Il possède une expérience et des connaissances approfondies dans l'industrie de la construction et plaide en faveur d'un développement continu pour l'amélioration des codes et des pratiques. Andrew offre des services de mesure et d'atténuation résidentiels, commerciaux, institutionnels et gouvernementaux, ainsi que des consultations techniques. Il fait fréquemment des présentations aux professionnels de l'industrie et s'engage activement dans la sensibilisation du public au sujet du radon.

Marcel Brascoupe

Marcel is a registered general contractor certified with the Régie du bâtiment du Québec with an electrical and HVAC background. He is one of the founding members of the Canadian Association of Scientists and Technologists (CARST) and has sat on the board of directors from 2010 to 2019. He was a member of the work group that developed the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP) certification process for Canada in 2012.  He has co-authored or participated on several scientific papers on the subject of radon mitigation and was an active member of the work group that developed the CGSB/CAN 149.11 and CGSB/CAN 149.12 radon standards for Canada. He is presently on the task group reviewing the radon related articles for the upcoming National Building Code of Canada (NBC). He is bilingual and also a national trainer for the radon measurement, radon mitigation and new construction (CRUNCH) courses given throughout Canada.

Marcel est un entrepreneur général agréé par la Régie du bâtiment du Québec et possède une formation en électricité et en CVC. Il est l'un des membres fondateurs de l'Association canadienne des scientifiques et des technologues (ACSTR) et a siégé au conseil d'administration de 2010 à 2019. Il a été membre du groupe de travail qui a élaboré le processus de certification du Programme national canadien de compétence en matière de radon (PNCR-C) pour le Canada en 2012. Il a coécrit et a participé à plusieurs articles scientifiques sur le sujet de l'atténuation du radon et a été un membre actif du groupe de travail qui a élaboré les normes ONGC/CAN 149.11 et ONGC/CAN 149.12 sur le radon pour le Canada. Il fait actuellement partie du groupe de travail chargé d'examiner les articles relatifs au radon pour le prochain Code national du bâtiment du Canada (CNB). Il est bilingue et est également formateur national pour les cours sur la mesure du radon, l'atténuation du radon et les nouvelles constructions (CRUNCH) donnés dans tout le Canada.

David Innes

David is a bilingual senior sales executive with over 25 years experience building international businesses from the ground. He has successfully established and managed sales and customer service networks with a focus on profitability, resulting in rapid sales growth for new technology products in North America.  David has spent most of his career in construction and construction related industries. He is Director of Sales for Radon Environmental Management Corp. and a C-NRPP-certified professional in both the measurement and mitigation of radon. He provides the continuing education training for the CHBA-BC and BC Housing on an ongoing basis along with training for several other private organizations.  He spent three years on the Vancouver Curling Club Board of Directors and one year as Vice President of the Club, a non-profit. He was Chair of the Board at IDS Group Inc., a privately held company, for twelve years. He also held a seat on the Boards of privately held Laurentian Retailers Inc. for ten years and Coastal Retailers Inc. for ten years.

David est un haut dirigeant bilingue responsable des ventes qui a plus de 25 ans d'expérience dans la création d'entreprises internationales à partir de zéro. Il a établi et géré avec succès des réseaux de vente et de service à la clientèle en mettant l'accent sur la rentabilité, ce qui a entraîné une croissance rapide des ventes de nouveaux produits technologiques en Amérique du Nord. David a passé la plus grande partie de sa carrière dans le secteur de la construction et les secteurs connexes. Il est directeur des ventes de Radon Environmental Management Corp. et un professionnel certifié par le PNCR-C dans le domaine de la mesure et de l'atténuation du radon. Il assure la formation continue de la CHBA-BC et de BC Housing sur une base permanente, ainsi que la formation de plusieurs autres organisations privées. Il a passé trois ans au conseil d'administration du Vancouver Curling Club Board et un an en tant que vice-président du club, une organisation à but non lucratif. Il a été président du conseil d'administration d'IDS Group Inc, une société privée, pendant douze ans. Il a également siégé au conseil d'administration de la société privée Laurentian Retailers Inc. pendant dix ans et de Coastal Retailers Inc. pendant dix ans.

Bob Wood

Bob Wood was a Founding Member, past President, Secretary and Director of the CARST Board and owner of Mr. Radon®.  Bob has previously served as a chair and co-chair of many CARST and C-NRPP committees. In addition, he served as a member and a co-chair for the two CGSB standards developed for radon, in new homes and existing homes. Bob is a staunch believer that as a group of small businesses we need to put our time and effort into growing our industry as nobody is going to build it for us.  As radon awareness increases the public, municipalities and health units are in a symbiotic relationship. And our industry is growing, and our business is diversifying.  It didn’t happen overnight but now we must prepare for imminent growth. Bob likes to get things done and would like to represent CARST members again on the BOD. 

Bob Wood est un membre fondateur, ancien président, secrétaire et directeur du conseil d'administration de l'ACSTR et propriétaire de Mr. Radon®. Bob a précédemment été président et coprésident de nombreux comités de l'ACSTR et du PNCR-C. De plus, il a été membre et coprésident des deux normes de l'ONGC élaborées pour le radon, dans les nouvelles maisons et les maisons existantes. Bob croit fermement qu'en tant que groupe de petites entreprises, nous devons consacrer notre temps et nos efforts à la croissance de notre industrie, car personne ne va la construire pour nous. Alors que la sensibilisation au radon augmente, le public, les municipalités et les services de santé sont dans une relation symbiotique. Et notre industrie est en pleine croissance, et nos activités se diversifient. Cela ne s'est pas fait du jour au lendemain, mais nous devons maintenant nous préparer à une croissance imminente. Bob aime faire avancer les choses et aimerait représenter à nouveau les membres de l'ACSTR au sein du conseil d'administration.

CARST Insurance Information:

We are excited to announce that CARST and Toole Peet have developed an insurance package which provides our members with clear coverage at a reduced rate due to our group buying power. 

You can find additional information here/Vous trouverez des informations complémentaires ici

Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer que l'ACSTR et Toole Peet ont mis au point un régime d'assurance qui offre à nos membres une couverture claire à un taux réduit grâce à notre pouvoir d'achat collectif.


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