May 22, 2015


Business

Longtime biz guru moves on

Business Council of Manitoba's Carr exits for politics

Jim Carr is departing the CEO position of the Business Council of Manitoba- a position he has held for the last 15 years to seek the Liberal nominations for the federal riding of Winnipeg South Centre.

Jim Carr is departing the CEO position of the Business Council of Manitoba- a position he has held for the last 15 years to seek the Liberal nominations for the federal riding of Winnipeg South Centre.

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