AMCO’s 33rd Annual Convention and Trade Show
Sept. 30 – Oct. 3, 2018
In partnership with:
Please note that the schedule is subject to change.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30
|Golf Tournament||Kenora Golf and Country Club||1:00 - 6:00 pm|
|Welcome Dinner||Clarion Lakeside Inn||7:00 - 9:00 pm|
MONDAY OCTOBER 1
|Registration||Clarion Lakeside Inn Lobby||8:30 am - 9:00 am|
|Morning Sessions||Rosewood Ballroom||9:00 am - 11:30 am|
|Vendor Introductions||Rosewood Ballroom||11:30 am- 12:00 pm|
|Lunch||Oakwood Terrace/ Cascade Ballroom||12:00 pm - 1:00 pm|
|Afternoon Sessions||Rosewood Ballroom||1:00- 3:00 pm|
|Trade Show||Clarion Lakeside Inn Main Floor||3:00 pm - 4:30 pm|
|Dinner||Lake of the Woods Brew Co.||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
TUESDAY OCTOBER 2
|Airport Tour||Kenora Airport||8:30 am - 10:30 am|
|Morning Sessions||Rosewood Ballroom||10:30 am - 12:00 pm|
|Lunch||Oakwood Terrace||12:00 pm - 1:00 pm|
|Afternoon Sessions||Rosewood Ballroom||1:00 pm - 2:30 pm|
|Trade Show||Clarion Inn Lakeside Main Floor||2:30 pm - 4:30 pm|
|Banquet Dinner||Seven Generations Education Centre||6:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3
|Morning Sessions||Rosewood Ballroom||9:00 am - 10:30 am|
|Annual General Meeting||Rosewood Ballroom||10:30 am - 11:30 am|
View the current draft of the Convention at a Glance
Convention Speakers will continue to be announced as they are confirmed.
|CASOP||Ray Gelinas, NAV Canada||9:15 am||Oct. 1|
|International Diversion Procedures||TBD, CBSA||9:45 am||Oct. 1|
|Operating Provincial Airports||TBD, Manitoba Infrastructure||10:45 am||Oct. 1|
|Leading and Motivating Your Staff||Jenna Wilcox, BBTCA||11:15 am||Oct. 1|
|SMS||James Lindsey, WASCO||1:15 pm||Oct. 1|
|Airport Consultation||Rob Beynon, |
|2:00 pm||Oct. 1|
|Emerging Technologies||Ty Shattuck, Team Eagle||11:15 am||Oct. 2|
|Air Carrier Needs Panel||Trevor Gavinchuk, Bearskin Airlines|
Michael Rodyniuk, Wasaya Airlines
Shawn Roy, Calm Air
|2:00 pm||Oct. 2|
|Community Outreach: |
Pembroke Case Study
|Jennifer Layman, |
Pembroke & Area Airport
|2:00 pm||Oct. 2|
|NAV Canada LOS Update||TBD, NAV Canada||8:30 am||Oct. 3|
|TALPA/GRF Update||Dave St. Germain, NAV Canada||8:50 am||Oct. 3|
|Transport Canada Update||TBD, Transport Canada||9:20 am||Oct. 3|
|ACAP Program Update||Warren Walrond, Transport Canada||9:50 am||Oct. 3|
Forestry, tourism and mining are the three largest sectors of the Kenora economy. The population balloons in the spring and summer to almost double the normal population when summer residents move in. The Lake of the Woods and numerous smaller lakes situated all around Kenora are the major draw for cottagers who summer here. Many are from the neighbouring province of Manitoba and the state of Minnesota.
Kenora, a site of natural attractions, is home to visitors from all over the world year round. In the summer months visitors flock to the area to experience many different activities including swimming, biking, fishing, hiking, and boating. Kenora’s tourist industry is also active during the winter months as visitors come not only to observe its natural beauty but also to partake in ice fishing, snowboarding, skiing (both downhill and cross country) and snowmobiling.
The town of Rat Portage was amalgamated with the towns of Keewatin and Norman in 1905 to form the present-day City of Kenora. Kenora currently has a population of 15,096 people and is served by the Kenora Airport. The Kenora Airport Authority looks forward to welcoming you in October, 2018!
Clarion Lakeside Inn and Conference Centre
Accommodations have been booked at the Clarion Lakeside Inn and Conference Centre located at 470 First Ave. South in Kenora. Please call 807-468-5521 and ask for the Airport Management Council of Ontario Group Block before August 13.
Clarion Inn Lakeside and Conference Centre is one of the most comfortable and conveniently located Kenora hotels overlooking Lake of the Woods. Whether you are travelling to Canada on business or for pleasure, booking a room with us will guarantee a pleasant and memorable stay.
Kenora Golf and Country Club
Situated minutes from downtown Kenora on the shore of beautiful Lake of the Woods, the Kenora Golf & Country Club boasts a challenging 18 hole course accessible by land and water. There is an abundance of wildlife on the course and whether it is a deer, bear or fox sighting, it will add to the total golf experience.
The course offers a challenging 18 holes. The terrain throughout the course varies from level to hilly. Mature trees outline the fairways and water comes into play on 7 holes.
The layout plays to a par 72 with a 126 slope rating from the back. Three sets of tees offer distances from 5206 to 6333 yards providing a challenge for all skill levels. Shots must be played accurately, since the changes in elevation require the player to make proper club selection.
June 29th, 2013 marked the opening of Kenora’s first brewery in 59 years. Local, fresh, handcrafted beer has returned. Proud of Kenora’s brewing heritage, Lake of the Woods Brewing Company uses the same simple ingredients used by the brewers of the past: fresh, Canadian Shield water, malted barley, yeast and hops. They are now hoping to expand their current operations and branch out into Manitoba and Minnesota.
The annual trade show is one of the main events at Convention. With vendors from companies who serve the airport industry, you are sure to make lasting connections to obtain the services you need. You can visit with representatives from a variety of companies and once registration is open those who will be a part of the Trade Show will be listed below.
|1. Pear Canada||11. McAsphalt Industries Ltd.|
|2. Wille North America||12. Cornell Construction|
|3. United Rotary Brush||13. Arconas|
|4. Team Eagle||14. Ground Force Training|
|5. RPM Tech Inc.||15. Tradewind Scientific|
|6. Gincor Truck & Trailer Werx||16. J.A. Larue Inc.|
|7. Aviation Ground Fueling Technologies||17. Octant Aviation|
|8. Winnipeg Airport Services Corp.||18. Colvoy Equipment|
|9. Marathon Equipment||19. Falcon Environmental Services|
|10. Explorer Solutions||20. DST Consulting Engineers Inc.|
Trade Show exhibits will definitely sell out quickly this year. With only 20 booths available it is essential to get your spot early! Please note that this year’s booths will only be 8′ deep.