New Brunswick Certified Watercourse Alteration Professionals

Public list of people certified to work in and around watercourses in New Brunswick
FirstLastOrganizationAddressEmailPhone/ Téléphoner
ShaneAdair Sussex, NBshane78adair@hotmail.com506-434-5997
GaelenAndersonDepartment of National DefenseFredericton, NBGaelen.Anderson@forces.gc.ca
LucasBartonYSC Forest Products Marketing BoardFredericton, NBlucas.barton@yscnb.ca506-230-6110
NicholasBridgesJ.D. Irving Ltd.Lakeville Corner, NBbridges.nicholas@jdirving.com506-327-5130
HollyCampbellDepartment of National DefenseFredericton, NBholly.campbell@forces.gc.ca506-260-8162
JesseCoburnClay Hill Equipment Inc.Harvey Station, NBjesse.g.coburn@gmail.com506-262-1730
RémiCouturierAcadian TimberSt-Basile, NBrcouturier@acadiantimber.com506-740-0224
DanyDoucetMaritime wind Tech Inc.Laplante, NBdany.doucet@maritimewindtech.com506-547-0473
LaurieDunhamDunham's Contracting Prince William, NBdunhamscontractting@outlook.com506-363-2108
SheldonEasonDepartment of National DefenseRusagonis, NBsheldoneason@hotmail.com506-292-8319
Billie JoeFowlerTabusintac Watershed AssociationTabusintac, NBTabusintacwatershed@hotmail.com506-778-0378
ScottGrantS Grant Construction Inc.Tide Head, NBsgrant.construction.inc@gmail.com506-440-7948
MaggieGrayJ.D. Irving Ltd.Lower Kingclear, NBgray.maggie2@jdirving.com506-326-9666
KyleHoltS & W Goodine Construction LtdPenniac, NBholt_13@msn.com506-440-8123
CynthiaHowlandWCCATV#58Mayfield, NBcynthia.howland@outlook.com506-321-2375
RyanKennyKenny's TruckingBathurst, NBryankenny26@yahoo.ca506-548-9991
KevinLaplante(THC/TPC) Mont CarletonSaint-Quentin, NB506-235-0794
LoganLeanAcadian TimberPlaster Rock, NBllean@acadiantimber.com506-356-4494
MiriamLebeauGespe'gewaq Mi'gmaq Resource CouncilListuguj, QCmlebeau@gmrc.ca418-788-3017
AlexLeBlancJ.D. Irving, LimitedNoonan, NBleblanc.alex@jdirving.com506-654-7290
AlexanderMacLeodEJ Cunningham LtdPenobsquis, NBejcltd@nb.aibn.com506-433-3394
HarryMartinDelway Enterprises Ltd.Miramichi, NBharry@delway.ca506-627-6494
TannerMcFarlaneMcFarlane Heavy Equipment & ConstructionWaterford, NBtanner.mcfarlane@hotmail.ca506-435-0062
JoshMcKinneyMazerolle Settlement, NBjosh.mckinney@avg.adityabirla.com506-789-3447
GaryMcLauglinEmera NBQuispamsis, NBgary.mclaughlin@emera.com506-349-8928
Nicolas MoreauDepartment of National DefenseNew Maryland, NBmr.nicolas.moreau@hotmail.com581-999-9885
MarkMorrellJ.D. Irving LtdErb Settlement, NBmorrell.mark@jdirving.com506-435-3154
RobertMorriceDepartment of National DefenceOromocto, NBrkmorrice@yahoo.ca506-292-9440
LitaO' HalloranPassamaquoddy Recognition Group Inc. / Peskotomuhkati NationBayside, NBlita.ohalloran@qonaskamkuk.com705-305-2071
Andrew O'DonnellD&C Recreation LTDErb Settlement, NBderrick71h@hotmail.ca 506-567-9737
Mike PatersonJ.D. Irving Ltd.Coles Island, NBpaterson.michael@jdirving.com506-435-4142
JarrettPaulPassamaquoddy Recognition Group Inc. / Peskotomuhkati NationSt. Stephen, NBjarret.paul@qonaskamkuk.com
JustinRandallHard Smith Enterprises Inc.Riverview, NBdirtrider1982@hotmail.ca506-426-9643
GregoryRickardPassamaquoddy Recognition Group Inc. / Peskotomuhkati NationSt. Stephen, NBgregrickard7@gmail.com905-617-1226
DaneRiemenschneiderJ.D. Irving Ltd.Douglas, NBriemenschneider.dane@jdirving.com506-391-9002
BenjaminRobbinsLone Pine Wildlife ServicesHaneytown, NBa.robbin544@yahoo.ca506-654-7711
AnthonyRousselG. A. Roussel Enterprise Inc.Edmundtson, NBanthony.rousselrdc@gmail.com506-740-4335
ChrisSmallGateway OperationsHampton, NBcsmall@gatewayops.ca506-832-6222
AlainSmithDELG Regional Office (Bathurst)Bathurst, NBAlain.Smith@gnb.ca
GordonSmithSackville, NBsackster99@hotmail.com506-962-8931
JamesStewartDepartment of National DefenseBurton, NBjames.stewart3@forces.gc.ca506-471-7875
CharlesTheriaultParc Mont-CarletonSaint-Quentin, NBcharlytherio@me.com506-235-8098
JaysonTofflemireJ.D. Irving Ltd.Pollett River, NBjaysontofflemire@hotmail.com902-225-3084
MarkTuckerJ.D. Irving Ltd.Pennfield, NBtucker.mark@jdirving.com506-754-5128
JohnWilliamsonJ.D. Irving Ltd.Douglas, NBwilliamson.john@jdirving.com506-476-1776

If you would like to be included on this list, please send your information to ce@mcft.ca.

New Brunswick Watercourse Alteration Certification Information & Downloads

New Brunswick Watercourse Alteration Certification Information & Downloads

Downloadable content for the New Brunswick Watercourse Alteration Certification Program

Item

Revision Date

Link

Complete Manual June 2022 Complete Manual
Table of Contents June 2022 Table of Contents
Module 1 – Introduction June 2022 Module 1
Module 2 – WAWA Permits for Certified Installers June 2022 Module 2
Module 3 – Impacts of Watercourse Alterations June 2022 Module 3
Module 4 – Planning Watercourse Alterations June 2022 Module 4
Module 5 – Surveying and designing watercourse crossings June 2022 Module 5
Module 6 – Culvert Installation June 2022 Module 6
Module 7 – Installation of an Open-Bottom Culvert and Bridge Construction June 2022 Module 7
Module 8 – Maintenance of Roads and Watercourse Crossings June 2022 Module 8
Module 9 – Erosion and Bank Protection June 2022 Module 9
Module 10 – Timber Harvesting June 2022 Module 10
Module 11 – Water Intake Structures June 2022 Module 11
Module 12 – General Requirements for all Watercourse Alterations June 2022 Module 12
Module 13 – Glossary of Terms June 2022 Module 13
Module 14 – References June 2022 Module 14
Appendices June 2022 Appendices

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Recruitment & Admissions

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Located in Fredericton the college was started in 1946 as a cooperative effort between the Maritime Provinces and wood using sectors of those provinces. Evolving over time, the college has seen the focus on wood products integrated with all aspects of forestry including, Wildlife, Fire Management, GPS/GIS, Silviculture, Urban Forest, and many more courses designed to complete a Forest Technologists education.

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Want to become a Proctor at MCFT?
The Maritime College of Forest Technology is looking to fill 2 residence proctor positions at the Fredericton Campus for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year! Proctors are an important part of residence life at MCFT!
As a proctor, you will be a leader in MCFT’s residence community, creating a supportive and administering a positive, safe, and healthy environment for students living in residence.
Proctors are responsible for the following:
-To ensure safety in residence and at all residence related functions.
-To provide mentorship & support to students in residence.
-To support residence floor activities and communicate with residence students on a weekly basis.
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Want to become a Proctor at MCFT? 
The Maritime College of Forest Technology is looking to fill 2 residence proctor positions at the Fredericton Campus for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year!  Proctors are an important part of residence life at MCFT!
As a proctor, you will be a leader in MCFT’s residence community, creating a supportive and administering a positive, safe, and healthy environment for students living in residence.
Proctors are responsible for the following:
-To ensure safety in residence and at all residence related functions.
-To provide mentorship & support to students in residence.
-To support residence floor activities and communicate with residence students on a weekly basis.
-To be on duty a full week at a time and report to the Residence Manager.
If you are interested in becoming a proctor or would like more information, please contact Sarah at sweatherby@mcft.ca

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We have 5 remaining spots available in our 3-day Chainsaw Safety and Maintenance workshop, May 24-26.
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Price: $495 +HST
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Location: 1350 Regent Street, Fredericton, NB
Price: $495 +HST
Email ce@mcft.ca for more details and to register.

Attention EDUCATORS of the Maritime Provinces. After a long COVID hiatus the Forests Worth Knowing: Atlantic Teachers' Tour (ATT) is once again recruiting participants for this year's tour. The ATT is recognized as one of the best summer professional development opportunities for educators in the region, exposing participants to the extent, vitality, and importance of the region’s forests and the people, industries, and communities who depend upon them. In collaboration with forest product companies, academic organizations, governments, land owners, conservation groups and many, many others, the tour offers educators a guided in-person tour of the forest industry, involving site visits, facility tours, and opportunities for one-on-one interactions with industry professionals. What other PD opportunities offer to take you right into the woods, production mills, labs, facilities, plantations, woodlots, and watersheds to watch the machines work, speak directly to forestry professionals, and learn about forest management by witnessing it first-hand? This is your chance to get outside, ask your questions, and learn how you can incorporate forestry and natural resource management principles into your class curriculum.

For more information visit teacherstour.com/
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Attention EDUCATORS of the Maritime Provinces. After a long COVID hiatus the Forests Worth Knowing: Atlantic Teachers Tour (ATT) is once again recruiting participants for this years tour. The ATT is recognized as one of the best summer professional development opportunities for educators in the region, exposing participants to the extent, vitality, and importance of the region’s forests and the people, industries, and communities who depend upon them. In collaboration with forest product companies, academic organizations, governments, land owners, conservation groups and many, many others, the tour offers educators a guided in-person tour of the forest industry, involving site visits, facility tours, and opportunities for one-on-one interactions with industry professionals. What other PD opportunities offer to take you right into the woods, production mills, labs, facilities, plantations, woodlots, and watersheds to watch the machines work, speak directly to forestry professionals, and learn about forest management by witnessing it first-hand? This is your chance to get outside, ask your questions, and learn how you can incorporate forestry and natural resource management principles into your class curriculum.

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Wetland Professionals & Consultants Public List

Maritime College of Forest Technology is pleased to host a list of Wetland Professionals/Consultants who offer services in New Brunswick.  Wetland Professionals/Consultants are invited to provide their name and contact information to be added to the Wetland Identification and Delineation List and/or the Wetland Functional Assessment List.

As per the Protocol for Wetland Delineation in New Brunswick, a Wetland Professional/Consultant who can conduct Wetland Identification and Delineations in the province is a person having a combination of:

  • Training in wetland identification and delineation based on the Northcentral and Northeast Regional Supplement of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wetlands Delineation Manual (1987) or an equivalent pending review from the Source and Surface Water Management Branch, Department of Environment and Local Government
  • Education and/or demonstrated experience in wetland hydrology, soils, botany and/or related sciences

As per the Wetland Ecosystem Services Protocol – Atlantic Canada, a Wetland Professional/Consultant who can conduct Wetland Functional Assessments in the province is a person having a combination of:

  • Completed 2-day WESP-AC training course or an equivalent pending review from the Source and Surface Water Management Branch, Department of Environment and Local Government; and
  • Education and/or demonstrated experience in wetland delineation, restoration, hydrology, wetland soils, and botany

Le Collège de technologie forestière des maritimes est heureux d’héberger une liste de professionnels/consultants en terres humides qui offrent des services au Nouveau-Brunswick. Les professionnels/consultants en terres humides sont invités à fournir leur nom et leurs coordonnées à être ajouté à la liste d’identification et de délimitation des terres humides et/ou à la liste d’évaluation des fonctions des terres humides.

D’après le Protocole de délimitation des terres humides au Nouveau-Brunswick, le professionnel/consultant des terres humides qui peut effectuer l’identification et la délimitation des terres humides dans la province est une personne ayant une combinaison de:

  • formation à l’identification et à la délimitation des terres humides basée sur le supplément régional du manuel de délimitation des terres humides de l’U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (1987) ou un équivalent qui rencontre les exigences de la Direction de gestion des eaux de source et de surface
  • éducation et/ou une expérience démontrée en hydrologie des terres humides, sols, botanique et/ou sciences connexes

D’après le Protocole sur les services écosystémiques des terres humides pour le Canada atlantique, le professionnel/consultant des terres humides qui peut effectuer une évaluation des fonctions des terres humides dans la province est une personne ayant une combinaison de:

  • formation de deux jours sur le WESP-AC ou un équivalent qui rencontre les exigences de la Direction de gestion des eaux de source et de surface
  • éducation et/ou une expérience démontrée en délimitation, en restauration, en hydrologie, en sols et en botanique des terres humides

For additional information regarding the Protocol for Wetland Delineation in New Brunswick and Wetland Ecosystem Services Protocol – Atlantic Canada, please contact the Department of Environment and Local Government: Source and Surface Water Management Branch P. O. Box 6000 Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1 Canada Tel: 506-457-4850 Fax: 506-453-6862 Email: wawa@gnb.ca.

Pour plus d’information à propos du Protocole de délimitation des terres humides au Nouveau-Brunswick ou le Protocole sur les services écosystémiques des terres humides pour le Canada atlantique, s.v.p., contacter le Ministère de l’Environnement et des Gouvernements locaux: Direction de la gestion des eaux de source et de surface P. O. Box 6000 Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1 Canada Teléphone: 506-457-4850 Fax: 506-453-6862 Adresse courriel : wawa@gnb.ca

WETLAND PROFESSIONALS/CONSULTANTS PROFESSIONNELS / CONSULTANTS EN MILIEU HUMIDE

FirstLastEducationOrganizationAddressProvEmailURLWetland Identification & Delineations Designation/ Professionnel identification & délimitation des terres humidesWetland Functional Assessments Designation/ Professionnel d’évaluation des fonctions des terres humidesTitle/ TitrePhone 1/ Téléphoner 1Phone 2/ Téléphoner 2 
MatthewAlexanderPh.D, P.Geo.,EPFundy EngineeringNBmatt.alexander@fundyeng.comwww.fundyeng.comSenior Environmental Scientist(506) 674-9422(506) 636-1806
GarrettBellC.E.TWood Environment & Infrastructure SolutionsFrederictonNBgarrett.bell@wood.comwww.woodplc.comEnvironmental Technologist (506) 238-1358
LeonardoBritoForest EngineerUniversity of New BrunswickFrederictonNBbritoforestry@gmail.comMaster of Forestry Student(506) 897-2257
HollyCampbellDepartment of National DefenceOromoctoNBHolly.campbell@forces.gc.caEnvironmental Technologist(506) 260-7783
Adam CollinsViridis Design Studio Ltd. MonctonNBacollins@viridisdesign.caTechnologist(506) 387-7992(506) 962-0115
Chris CollinsViridis Design Studio Ltd. MonctonNBccollins@viridisdesign.caSenior Technologist(506) 387-7992(506) 961-2645
BrittanyCormierPetitcodiac Watershed AssociationDieppeNBbranneco@gmail.com(506) 875-9942
BlakeCreamerBA, MLArch.Glenn Group Landscape Architects and Park PlannersFrederictonNBbcreamer@glenngroup.cawww.glenngroup.caLandscape Designer / ALPALA Affiliate Member(506) 455-2473
MichaelCrowellB.Sc. Biology, M.Sc. Plant EcologyStantec Consulting Ltd.NSmichael.crowell@stantec.comwww.stantec.comSenior Terrestrial Ecologist(902) 483-7495
Jean-YvesDaiglePhD. Consultant en terres humides indépendant/Freelance Wetland consultantShippaganNBjydaigle@nb.sympatico.caanciennement Directeur, Centre de recherche et de développement de la tourbe (CRDT) et Directeur, Volet tourbe et tourbières, Institut de recherche sur les zones côtières (IRZC)./formerly General Manager, Peat Research and Development Centre (PRDC) and Director, Peat and Peatlands Department, Coastal Zones Research Institute (CZRI).(506) 336-4502
MattDarrahSussexNBmattdarrah2@gmail.comConsultant(506) 435-3898
AngusDoaneSTRUM ConsultingBedfordNSadoane@strum.comJunior Environmental Professional(902) 835-5560(902) 221-5715
KirstenEllis (she/her)MScCBWES Inc.NSkirsten.ellis@cbwes.comCoastal Adaptation Specialist(902) 440-2097
DarleneElwardPetitcodiac Watershed AssociationMonctonNBdarlene.elward@petitcodiacwatershed.org(506) 524-7470
JohnEwaskoJ. D. Irving, LimitedEstey's BridgeNBewasko.john@jdirving.com / john.ewasko@outlook.comField Forester(506) 754-1675(506) 261-0837
Billie JoeFowlerTabusintac Watershed AssociationTabisntacNBtabusintacwatershed@hotmail.comEnvironmental Technology / Executive Director(506) 778-0378
HélèneGautreau-DaigleBSc. Consultant en terres humides indépendant/Freelance Wetland consultantShippaganNBhelenegd@nbnet.nb.caanciennement Technicienne de laboratoire et de terrain et botaniste (CRDT) et (IRZC)/formerly lab and field technician and botanist, PRDC and CZRI.(506) 336-4502
StewartGibsonGEMTEC Ltd.FrederictonNBstewart.gibson@GEMTEC.caBiologist(506) 429-9690
JohnGilbertB.Sc. Forestry and WildlifeJ. D. Irving, LimitedNBGilbert.John@jdirving.comwww.jdirving.com(506) 459-7916
SamuelGildinerHalifaxNSgildiner@gmail.com(615) 315-1897
JasenGoldingRPFUniversity of New BrunswickFrederictonNBjgolding@unb.caProfessor Forestry & Environmental Management(506) 461-1671
JenniferHacheyB. Sc, GEMTEC Consulting Engineers and Scientists LimitedSaint JohnNBjennifer.hachey@gemtec.caEnvironmental Biologist 506.657.0200 x2506.476.6176
JulieHendersonMSc.FFrederictonNBjhenderson@mcft.ca(506) 447-1115
KellyHoneymanJ.D. IrvingNBhoneyman.kelly@jdirving.com(506) 636-1982(506) 832-7582
DerrickMitchellBoreal EnvironmentalNBderrick@borealenvironmental.comwww.borealenvironmental.comB.Sc.F., R.P.F. (506) 651-1346
TheoPopmaOverdale Environmental Inc.NBtpopma@nb.sympatico.cawww.overdale.netMSc.(506) 227-7605
RyanPowerMScBoreal EnvironmentalSaint JohnNBryan@borealenvironmental.comwww.borealenvironmental.comBiologist(506) 608-6968
CodyPytlakBA, PG(ER)WSPMonctonNBcody.pytlak@wsp.comwww.wsp.comEcologist(613) 690-1240(506) 871-0709
AdamSchamperGEMTECSt. John'sNLadam.schamper@gemtec.ca(709) 746-9676
ClaraThaysenHilcon Ltd. FrederictonNBclara.thaysen@gmail.comEnvironmental Coordinator(506) 454-4455(647) 456-3358
DakotaTomahBSc.ENR Honours in Wetland Plant Ecology, In year 2 of MSc.ENR Ethnobotany of Wetland PlantsWolastoqey Nation in New BrunswickWoodstock First NationNBDakota.Tomah@wolastoqey.caEnvironmental Monitor(506) 461-9558
StephanieWhiteB.Sc. Biology and Environmental Science, M.Sc. BiologyStantec Consulting Ltd.NBstephanie.white@stantec.comwww.stantec.comP. Biol, EP, Environmental Scientist(506) 230-1439
KelseyWilsonPetitcodiac Watershed AssociationMonctonNBexecutivedirector@petitcodiacwatershed.orgExecutive Director(506) 470-8916

 

 updated July 8th, 2021

 

Outdoor Council of Canada Instructor Bios

Outdoor Council of Canada Instructor Bios

Instructors

Ian Smith

 

Ian is a lifelong outdoor educator, recently retired from Parks New Brunswick where his responsibilities entailed managing education, outreach and community building at the provincial level. 

He has a degree in Physical Education from UNB. 

His eclectic background includes outdoor programming with “at-risk youth”, young offenders, first nation youth and students from kindergarten to University. 

Ian is a founding member and facilitator with Great Minds Think Outside, training Teachers in Outdoor Education. 

He is an Outward Bound Canada Instructor, Outdoor Council of Canada Trainer and Paddle Canada Instructor. 

He is also a proud Grandfather of three.

 


Beth Johnston

For close to 40 years Beth has been guiding young and old into the wilderness with Outward Bound Canada and for the last 10 years has been guiding for walking tours, travel writers and film crews in her own and much loved  province of New Brunswick.

She is an Outdoor Council of Canada trainer for new instructors and teaches the Field Leader hiking, canoeing and winter sessions.

 Her outdoor passions include canoe tripping, white water canoeing, hiking, cross country skiing, exploring new trails and areas of local interest and gardening!

Her passion in her work, and in her play, is to make any outdoor adventure a safe, educational and fun adventure for all!

 


Rob Neish 

 

Coming Soon

Helicopter Safety Training

Helicopter Safety Training

Helicopter Safety Training

Introduction

The Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT), through a partnership with Canadian Helicopters, can prepare, produce, and provide a custom heli training course for your organization.

Competency-Based Hands-on Training

MCFT follows it long tradition of providing hands-on training where each trainee demonstrates knowledge of subject matter taught by a qualified instructor. Upon successful completion the trainee will be awarded a certificate of accomplishment.

 

Class Size

A class size may not to exceed  twelve (12) trainees per pilot and ground-crew instructor. This is to maintain a safe training environment and maximize the efficiency of the learning environment.

Duration

The course is based on a one day training session provided  at a location within reach of the Fredericton airport so as to maximize the daylight training hours. The actual training session usually begins between 0830 and 0900 and should be completed between 1600 and 1700 and allow for a lunch break (may not be a full hour).

A typical training day

  1. General orientation to helicopters and in particular, the helicopter being utilized that day.
  2. Full pilot/passenger briefing of the helicopter including all safety features and points, hazard areas, working and moving parts of the helicopter, dos and don’ts, rules to follow and pilot/passenger communications.
  3. Static boarding and deplaning process and practice for each trainee.
  4. Discussions of needs, parameters, etc of both helispots and helipads in case of quick short notice requirements.
  5. Hover exit / entry briefing.
  6. Static hover exit / entry process and practice for each trainee.
  7. Actual flying time – boarding, safety, onboard communication, hover exit (each trainee).
  8. Debriefing of practical hover exit / entry exercises.
  9. Static discussions, demonstrations and loading cargo internally.
  10. Static discussions, demonstrations, preparation and building of external cargo loads for nets, slings and straps for both short line and long ling slinging.
  11. Helicopter marshalling and communication signals for short line slinging. Discussions, demonstrations and static practice.
  12. Actual flying time – marshalling for load hook up, load placement, load release with short line.
  13. Debriefing of practical short line exercises.
  14. Helicopter marshalling and communication signals for long line slinging. Discussions, demonstrations and static practice.
  15. Actual flying time – marshalling for load hook up, load placement, load release with long line.
  16. Debriefing of practical long line exercises.
  17. Discussions and practical demonstration of Bambi Bucket use (time permitting and customer desire).
  18. Debriefing, discussions, questions of the training cycle of the day.

 

Due Diligence

As a leader within your organization, you are ultimately responsible for the safety of anyone working under your supervision. With this training, MCFT can certify that your subordinates have been properly trained and demonstrated their training to us by doing the tasks properly.

Get a price quote today

If you would like to receive a proposal on this service please contact us today.

Email us at ce@mcft.ca or call (506) 458-0649.

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