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Canadian Snowbird Association / Association canadienne des  snowbirds

Canadian Snowbird Association / Association canadienne des « snowbirds »

180 Lesmill Rd.
Toronto, ON M3B 2T5

COMMITMENT, SERVICE AND ADVOCACY FOR TRAVELLERS
The Canadian Snowbird Association is a national not-for-profit 70,000-member advocacy organization dedicated to actively defending and improving the rights and privileges of travelling Canadians.

ENGAGEMENT, SERVICE ET PROMOTION DES DROITS POUR VOYAGEURS
L'Association canadienne des « snowbirds » est un organisme national de revendication à but non lucratif dont le mandat est de défendre et d'améliorer les droits et privilèges des voyageurs canadiens.

Website: www.snowbirds.org
Phone (English): (416) 391-9000
Toll free: 1-800-265-3200
Tél (Français): (416) 391-9090
Sans frais: 1-800-265-5132
FAX/Téléc: (416) 441-7007

Michael MacKenzie, Executive Director
Phone: (416) 441-7005
E-mail: michael.mackenzie@snowbirds.org

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