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The board of International Development Enterprises Canada

is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Pratt as executive director. Pratt brings a solid background of both fundraising and leadership experience to iDE. Prior to his appointment, he served as executive director of Regina Palliative Care. His experience also includes two years as executive director of Shelter Nova Scotia and three years as director of advancement for Nova Scotia Community College.

 

Art Martin

principal and practice leader at Stantec, has been elected to the College of Fellows of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. His convocation and investiture will occur and the RAIC Festival of Architecture in June 2013 in Halifax, N.S. Fellowship is bestowed upon members by their peers as recognition of the recipient's pursuit of excellence and personal contributions to the profession of architecture.

 

COMPANIES

Arctic Glacier Holdings, Inc.

a leading provider of packaged ice, announced that Dave Johnson has joined the company as vice-president, sales. Johnson has over 23 years of sales-leadership experience with a deep understanding and a track record of success with direct-store delivery businesses as well as warehouse distribution and broker management.

 

AWARDS

Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba

2012 Award Winners -- CAIB Highest Mark -- George E Wilson Award, Ryan Cooke, Cook & Cooke Insurance

2012 Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba/MPI FOI

Highest Mark Award Diana Krueger, Leatherdale Insurance.

 

Bothwell Cheese

was presented with the Community Partner Award for their ongoing support of the Manitoba Chapter, Osteoporosis Canada for over eight years. President and CEO Ivan Balenovic received the award on behalf of the corporation.

 

BOARDS

The Manitoba Council of International Training in Communication/Powertalk

has elected its officers for 2013-14: president, Kay Shewfelt Boyd, Maple Leaf Communicators; vice-president, Eda LeBreton, Maple Leaf Communicators; vice-president, Susan George, Speech Masters Communicators; secretary, Mary Bueckert, Maple Leaf Communicators; Ayoka Musa, Nellie McClung Communicators. Speech contest winner for 2013 is Marilyn Robinson of Maple Leaf Communicators.

 

Insurance Brokers Association of Manitoba

elected its board members at the annual general meeting: Lori King -- IBAM president, Turnbull Whitaker Insurance; Curtis Wyatt -- IBAM chairman and past president, Wyatt Dowling Insurance; Keith Jordan -- IBAM president-elect, HUB International Horizon Insurance; Russell Wasnie -- IBAM vice-president, One Insurance; David Schioler -- IBAM chief executive officer. Directors: Greg Barrows -- Cameron Agencies; Tara Chammartin -- La Salle Insurance; Douglas J. Fast -- MIG Insurance Group; Ryan Garriock -- Garriock Insurance; John McDonald -- BSI Insurance; T.J. McRedmond -- Crossroads Insurance; Darren Peters -- Oldfield Kirby Esau; Mario Reimer -- Lakeview Insurance.


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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 6, 2013 B5

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