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Brian Burn has been playing professionally for more than 30 years, touring Canada and the USA. Jamie Mahn made his debut performance at the age of 4 and spent his youth playing piano, sax, flute, trumpet and bass in various bands.
Brian and Jamie joined forces in 2013 and formed Burn ‘N’ Mahn. Each year they perform around 150 from Vancouver Island to Ontario, as well as playing cruise ships in the Mediterranean. Burn ‘N’ Mahn The evolution of the Dueling Piano Show is a live, interactive, all request musical extravaganza show unique from all others.
They perform songs from every style of music from any decade. All the way from the 1920’s, to current top 40 hits. Their show uses ten different instruments; piano, saxophone, trumpet, flute, recorder, tin whistle, harmonica, accordion, guitar and mandolin. Interested what their show will be like? Check out the Burn ‘N’ Mahn video below:
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Q Lake Lodge
With a chain of three scenic lakes – Quesnel, Manigotagan and Happy – you’ll have plenty of water to enjoy and explore. Q Lake Lodge is the only lodge located on this chain of lakes. This system is unique in that it offers World-Class fishing you would expect to find at a northern fly-in lake. Q Lake Lodge is road accessible and continues to offer exceptional fishing for trophy walleye, monster smallmouth bass, northern pike and perch.
Q Lake Lodge is nestled in the northwest corner of Quesnel Lake, just inside Nopiming Provincial Park, approximately 3 hours north of Winnipeg.
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Fairmont Southampton. Conference rate and room block link will be available once the registration opens (September 24). Subscribe to conference updates to hear when more information becomes available. CCA conference website
Saturday March 23, 2019
Sunday March 24, 2019
March 25 – 28, 2019
Thursday March 28, 2019
Conference fees this year remain un-changed from the last two years.
Member conference fees – $595 early bird and $645 after the early bird date of Oct 11/18
Non-Member conference fees $795 early bird and $845 after the early bird date.
Accompanying Guests registration is $320 early bird and $350 after the early bird date.
Course registration is $65.
Early bird fees must be received prior to the Oct 11/18 date or the fees will revert to the higher post early bird rates.
This year the local arrangements committee has arranged for RCMP museum and training facilities tour just after lunch on SATURDAY, Nov 10/18. You MUST sign up for this tour at the registration desk – there is limited space and is on a first come, first served basis. There is no cost for the RCMP tour.
There is also a technical tour of the Regina By-pass being offered on Sunday morning. There is a nominal $15 fee and you must register as part of the conference registration process. Note this technical tour is at the same time as the course so you will only want to register for one!
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