Upcoming Bed Bug Symposium for Landlords in Alberta

by | Jun 6, 2011 | Rental Property Management Tips

Experts Help You Stay Out of the Newspaper — and the Courtroom

Bed bug infestations are increasingly showing up in hotels, apartments, dormitories, shelters, homes, public transportation—and virtually any concentrated public area.

Because of the increased urgency of the issue, the Canadian Pest Management Association along with the Pest Management Association of Alberta, the Edmonton Apartment Association and the Calgary Residential Rental Association, have put together an educational program designed to help you deal with this difficult issue.

From identifying bed bugs to inspection techniques to public affairs issues and the legal ramifications, we have gathered nationally-recognized experts on the bed bug issue to provide management tips, both preventative and corrective, to help you make informed decisions and stay out of the newspaper—and the courtroom.

The symposium will take place on June 16 in Calgary, and will be repeated on June 17 in Edmonton.

For registration information, contact the Edmonton Apartment Association, or follow this link:  http://www.eaa.ab.ca/upload/documents/NPMA_Bed%20Bug%20Alberta_brochure_v07.pdf.


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