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Professional Seminars

Each month, clients are welcome to join us for a variety of compelling Seminars that can help you gain a better understanding of the multiple facets of the financial world as well as in other non-financial topics. We bring in established accredited professionals in a professional and impartial environment and allow you the ability to ask questions. Topics range from tax planning and retirement planning, to travel options and seasonal gardening. The topics and speakers are selected based on where your interests lie, and we are always open to suggestion
We offer different types of seminars

We routinely organize several seminars throughout the year with leading experts in the financial industry.

Tax Planning

Insurance Planning

Pension Planning

Other Seminars

Upcoming Events:

19th Annual Children’s Christmas Party

19th Annual Children's Christmas Party
19th Annual Children's Christmas Party
19th Annual Children's Christmas Party

We are thrilled to be able to bring back our Children’s Christmas Party event! This year’s event will be hosted at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. We will have fun events like ice cream making demonstrations and a pyrotechno show along with free admission to the museum. Of course, Santa will be there, so please be sure to bring a wrapped gift for Santa to give to your little ones. We hope to see you there!


Please send your RSVP by Friday, December 2nd to Feda Shureih by calling 613-728-0101 ext. 221 or by email to fshureih@mandevillepc.com or by signing up below.


Your host,

Duane Francis

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