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Steven Z. Raber

a partner with Fillmore Riley LLP, was recently appointed a member of the IP Neutrals of Canada. He is the only Winnipeg-based appointed member of the national body. Established in 2010 by a group of leading Canadian Intellectual Property practitioners, IP Neutrals of Canada provides a roster of highly qualified Approved Neutrals to assist in the resolution of Canadian IP disputes.


ft3 Architecture Landscape Interior Design

is pleased to announce Chantal Alary, BEnvD, MLArch, MALA, SALA, CSLA, LEED AP, has been admitted to partnership in the firm. Heading up the ft3 landscape architecture team, Alary brings more than a decade of diverse experience, including the Carol Shields Memorial Labyrinth in Winnipeg and the RCMP National Training Academy Dormitories in Regina, combining artistry and sustainability to create meaningful, exceptional natural environments.

Roger Belton and Kasey Boisselle

are pleased to introduce the newest addition to their team, Tanya Welsh, Client Service Manager at Belton Boisselle Benefits & Pensions. Welsh joins Belton Boisselle Ltd. with many years of experience in the group benefits field, which includes a recent role as customer relationship manager with a major national insurer. Belton Boisselle Ltd. is excited to have Tanya working with their new and existing group benefits and pension clients to enhance their service experience with the firm and their plan providers.

Zantek Information Technology Inc.

welcomes Patrick Hood as manager of Business Application Services. Hood oversees all aspects of SAP Business One implementations and support and manages a team of highly-skilled consultants that serves Western Canada.

Blueprint Global Partners

welcomes Allan Jacks as VP, National Business Development. Jacks has 35 years experience in financial services and will build a national distribution network for investment products to financial professionals.


Apprenticeship Manitoba

held its annual awards of distinction, where top nominees were recognized for their involvement in apprenticeship training in Manitoba. In the areas of best employers, journeypersons and instructors, the winners are: Grant Kurian of Grant Kurian Trucking Ltd. (employer of the year -- internationally experienced tradespersons); Carl Hutman of Get-About Auto Repairs (employer of the Year -- urban); John Schubert of McCaine Electric Ltd. (employer of the year -- corporate); Gabby Desrosiers (journeyperson of the year -- rural); Morley Rollins of Westside Plumbing & Heating (employer of the year -- rural); Wayne Johnson (instructor of the year); Ronald Gretschman (journeyperson of the year -- urban)


Women's Committee of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

Table officers for 2012-2013: Margaret Harvie, treasurer; Sylvia Cassie, vice-president; Shirley Loewen, president; Lesia Peet, past president; Evelyn Davidson, secretary.

The Entrepreneurs Organization, Manitoba Chapter

has announced their board of directors for 2012-13: Scott Shippam, chair; Wade Miller, past chair; Ben Sparrow, treasurer; Grant Arklie, Greg Libbrecht, Laura Lomow, Brian Lowes and Darren Peters.

Advocis Winnipeg

has elected its new board of directors for 2013: Michael Silver, president; Emily Burt, treasurer; Les Wiens, vice treasurer; Jason Bonneteau, past president and advocacy chair. Chairs: Cherie Krentz and Kevin Harold, Jeff Gerwing, David Thompson, Cynthia Duncan, James Kirk, James Crouch, Brett Henderson, Rob Eby, Blair Smith and Shaun Goolcharan, members at large.

Clubhouse of Winnipeg Inc.

has announced its board of directors for 2012 and 2013: Michael J. Mercury, Q.C., chairman, Maryvonne Alarie, John Buhler, Dr. Victor Corroll, Marty Dolin, Tom Gavronski, Brian Janzen, C.A., Maria Mercury, Chris Mott, The Hon. Edward Schreyer, Dr. James Skinner, Eleanor Webb, Dorothy Weldon, Pat Zaborniak. Mark Elie, executive director.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition November 12, 2012 B5

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