Mast Newsletter - September 2017

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  1. MAST

    MAST MAST Information Website Affiliate

    Sep 6, 2017
    Ontario Canada
    12 September 2017​


    Our next meeting will be our Annual General Meeting and will be held, WEDNESDAY, September 13th at the Armour Heights Community Centre, 2140 Avenue Road (corner of Avenue Rd and Wilson Ave), Toronto M5M 4M7. The meeting runs 7:30 -9:30 pm.

    Meeting agenda:
    General Meeting/Round Table Open Discussion
    Open discussion – Members are encouraged to ask the group questions
    There will be a photo show and tell, bring the best neglected tank photo. Bring a picture of your “summer” tank to contribute to the round table, just for fun. I hope that you all got things running smoothly over the summer, or are you one who neglects during the busy summer months and maintains during the winter?

    FYI: Betty will not be attending this meeting as of this time. She is focusing on recovery and hopes to be sitting with all of you soon

    Upcoming meetings and tentative agendas:
    October - Family/Friends - How to set up a tank.
    November - Coral Cutting
    December - Pizza/Webinar
    January - Build a controller
    February - Open Meeting
    March - Fred's Tank Presentation
    April - Auction
    May - Coral Cutting


    23 Sep -
    Annual Brantford Frag Fest
    Time: 12pm - 4 pm
    Dunsdon Legion
    9 Tolhouse Rd, Brantford, Ontario
    N3R 4Z4


    Hawai'i Supreme Court Orders Halt of Commercial Aquarium Fishery - September 6, 2017, 3:33 PM HST
    "Today, the Hawai‘i Supreme Court unanimously sided with citizens and conservation groups who have been fighting to protect the State’s coral reefs from the aquarium industry’s collection and sale of reef fish and other wildlife."



    MAST Canada has severed ties with Aquatic Kingdom Inc recently due to their recent legal case.

    Ontario company ordered to pay $25,000 for the illegal import of coral

    "On August 25, 2017, Aquatic Kingdom Inc. was ordered to pay, in the Ontario Court of Justice, a combined total penalty of $25,000 for violations relating to the illegal importation of corals under the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act ($15,000) and the Customs Act ($10,000). The total penalty will be directed to the Environmental Damages Fund."



    Aquatic Log
    Big Show Frags
    Brantford Coral Show
    Bulk Reef Supply
    Canada Corals
    Coral Reef Shop
    Fauna Canada
    Frag Cave
    GTA Reef
    J & L Aquatics
    Jelly Fish Aquarium
    JT Custom Acrylics
    Krackens Cove
    London Frag Fest
    Ontario Reef
    Red Sea
    Reef Addiction
    Reef Supplies
    Sustainable Marine Canada​

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