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OGRA Course Information Informative Webinars

July 3, 2020

OGRA Conference 2021

OGRA is the oldest road association in Ontario and as the leader in municipal affairs, infrastructure, training and education, advocacy, and asset management, we take pride in our annual February conference held in downtown Toronto. OGRA conferences offers cutting edge ideas, technical seminars and networking opportunities for both those in the public and private sectors. 

We would like you to know that as a result of the fast-changing world we now live in we are actively working on our 2021 conference. We will more than likely be turning our 2021 into a hybrid event and we are currently working on the details. 

Please make sure to save these dates so you  won’t miss out: February 21-24, 2021 

Please stay tuned for more communications about our conference in the coming months ahead. As always, follow our social channels on TwitterLinkedin and Facebook for the most up-to-date information.


OGRA’s Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

When it comes to all things COVID-19, OGRA monitors and relies on the expertise and advice of Ontario’s medical professionals.

OGRA is dedicated to providing a healthy and safe environment for all of our students and instructors. For those attending our courses, we will provide you with regular updates. Please check the OGRA Course Information tab above for course information and postponements.

You will find the same information on the OGRA website and social media channels.

If you are attending a course, OGRA recommends that you follow medical guidelines and tips for staying healthy. This means that if you’re registered for a course and feel unwell, please stay home. 

For more information on how to protect yourself and others, please visit the Ontario Ministry of Health at  https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus#section-8 .


The Ontario Good Roads Association would like to thank all of our healthcare workers for their incredible efforts and sacrifice during Covid-19.