Visit STRONE and Itech Environmental at the 2018 ONPHA Conference and Trade Show October 26

2018 ONPHA Conference and Trade Show

Our STRONE and Itech Environmental team is looking forward to networking with members of the Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association at the 2018 ONPHA Conference and Trade Show on Friday, October 26 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto.

Stop by Booth 602 to visit with Neil Blinco, Rena Trajkovski, and Rob Symons. Learn about STRONE and Itech’s Complete Emergency Solution, including Fire, Water, and Storm Damage Restoration, Asbestos and Mould Abatement, Spill Response, Demolition, and other Environmental Services.

2018 ONPHA Conference and Trade Show

This is the 30th anniversary of the ONPHA Conference and Trade Show. This year’s conference focuses on looking forward, thinking strategically and being proactive. In the 2018 program, attendees will find professional development sessions covering key issues and hot topics in our sector today. Topics include: development and redevelopment, friendly amalgamations, community partnerships, change management, fire safety, aging in place, working with tenant populations and more.

ONPHA’s trade show is a one-stop shop for all the supplies and services that association members need. Hosting 80 exhibitors, members have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with vendors and discover the latest innovations to help with property management, maintenance and administrative needs.

Not attending the entire conference? Sign up for a complimentary pass to access the Trade Show floor from 1-2:30 p.m. To register, email


ONPHA is committed to the development of a strong and vital non-profit housing sector. Through its research and advocacy, professional development, and member support activities, ONPHA offers members the tools they need to develop and deliver high-quality affordable housing.

Non-profit housing providers make an important difference in the lives of Ontarians. ONPHA’s 740 member organizations operate more than 163,000 non‐profit housing units in over 220 communities in Ontario. Together, its members house more than 400,000 people. That’s nearly twice the combined populations of Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and the Yukon.

To learn more about ONPHA, please visit

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