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POGG Canada » 2014 » September
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Sep 14

The Case for A National DNA Bank

 First Breakfast Meeting of the New Season

Where: The Carlingwood Restaurant, Carlingwood Shopping Centre

Cost: Members $15 Guests $20

Program:
8:15: Registration
8:35: Welcome by Cheryl Carboni
8:45: Breakfast

Speaker: Bruce Ricketts, PI, Historian Researcher

Topic: If they find Jimmy Hoffa, or your loved one, how would they know? The case for a National DNA Data Bank.

Bruce Ricketts is a high tech entrepreneur based in Ottawa. He has worked in all parts of Canada, lived in four provinces and traveled to most of the world. He is a licensed PI and respected historian researcher and author. Many of his investigations and discoveries are chronicled as part of his popular “Mysteries of Canada” website. Mysteries of Canada began in 1998 as a project to help Canadians to better understand the history, geography, myths and legends of their own country. The site attracts visitors from across Canada and the rest of the world. Bruce is a board member of Canadians for Accountability and a member of POGG.