Meeting new faces

Meeting new faces

Please forward this error screen to 31. Please forward this error screen to 31. Greetings from the Meeting new faces’s Annual Spring Meeting Education Advisory Committee!

As the new Chair of the Committee, I have big shoes to fill and high expectations coming on the heels of ASM150, our most successful meeting to date. With record breaking attendance, a plethora of fantastic speakers and a highly successful 150th anniversary bash, ASM150 set a new bar for future meetings, not only at the ODA, but for all dental conferences. ASM18 will mark the beginning of a new RCDSO Quality Assurance Cycle for most of us. As always, ASM is the single largest venue where you can earn your continuing education credits all under one roof.

We continue to pride ourselves in offering a broad and diverse range of renowned speakers and topics for dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants and office staff. There will be lectures, workshops and our amazing exhibits floor showcasing the latest products and services from more than 300 companies. W have The Man in Motion himself, Rick Hansen. The celebrated Paralympic athlete and global advocate for people with disabilities will share his views on creating a world that is accessible and inclusive for all. In addition we will be have Jim Carroll, one of the world’s leading futurists on trends and innovation, to help you start preparing for tomorrow, today. Make plans to meet friends, colleagues and classmates during the cocktail hours on the exhibits floor at the end of Thursday and Friday.

Enjoy the wonderful delights that Toronto offers with world class restaurants, sporting events, theatre and of course, the nightlife! You will find the ASM is a great way to spend a few days learning and enhancing your work and social lives and we sincerely look forward to welcoming you at ASM18. The Texarkana Gazette is the premier source for local news and sports in Texarkana and the surrounding Arklatex areas. Boston celebrates boisterous 117th St.

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Police have discovered the dismembered remains of three men, whose deaths investigators link to a suspected serial killer already charged with two murders. The fresh charges related to the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, 58, Soroush Marmudi, 50, and Dean Lisowick, 47. Kayhan was reported missing since October 2012, while Marmudi was reported missing in August 2015 and Lisowick was never reported missing. The charges come after forensic investigators said they found the dismembered skeletal remains of at least three men in large planters sitting in the back yard of a home in the quiet Toronto neighborhood of Leaside.

Majeed Kayhan, 58 – Kayhan disappeared in 2012 from Toronto’s Church-Wellesley Village area. He was one of the missing men identified in the Project Houston investigation – a probe in to the sudden vanishing three men from Toronto’s gay district. Lisowick did not have a fixed address and lived in Toronto’s shelter system. He was never reported missing and authorities think he was killed between May of 2016 and July of 2017.

Majeed Kayhan, 58, Soroush Marmudi, 50, and Dean Lisowick, 47. Esen was last heard from in March 2017 and lived in Toronto’s Church-Wellesley village area. A Turkish native, the government in Ankara has been informed. Police suspect he had a sexual relationship with both men. The formal identification of the remains is pending DNA testing. The city of Toronto has never seen anything like this,’ Toronto Homicide Detective Sergeant Hank Idsinga said at a press conference on Monday. It is unprecedented and draining.

He’s an alleged serial killer and he’s taken some steps to cover his tracks. We have seized quite a few planters from around the city and we will continue to do that,’ said Idsinga. There are at least two sites that we do want to excavate where people might be buried. It encompasses more than the gay community. It encompasses the City of Toronto,’ Idsinga said. One of the newly identified victims, Kayhan, was the subject of a previous probe into the disappearances of three middle-aged Muslim immigrants from the Gay Village area between 2010 and 2012. The fate of the other two men has yet to be determined.