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Dr. Madhav Sinha, P.Eng.

president of the Canadian Society for Quality, has been selected for a second term as chairman of a jury panel judging the highly coveted leadership excellence award given to business executives in the Arab world who drive regional development efforts, placing emphasis on quality and the need for continuous improvement. E-TQM Institute in Dubai is administrator of this award. Sinha is a professional engineer and recognized authority in the field of total quality management who served as a founding committee member for the Canada Award for Business Excellence in Quality and was appointed to the first board of examiners.

Paul Beauregard

formerly MTS Allstream's chief administrative officer and corporate secretary, is now the chief corporate and strategy officer and corporate secretary. In his new role, Beauregard will continue to be responsible for the oversight of all legal and human resource matters and co-ordinating and supporting the company's board of directors, and will now also be responsible for the strategy, corporate development, regulatory, privacy, corporate security, corporate communications and community investment functions of the company.

 

COMPANIES

Coffee News

Winnipeg partners, Corinne Zacharias and Alastair Gillespie, welcome Arlette Bateman to Coffee News Winnipeg. Bateman brings a wealth of knowledge and sales experience and will join Alastair and Terry Gray on the sales team.

The partners of Fillmore Riley LLP

congratulate Doug E. Fawcett, Andrew P. Loewen and Sven T. Hombach on their admission to partnership. Fawcett practises mainly in the areas of corporate, commercial, banking and financial services law. After earning his LL.B. from the University of Manitoba, he received his call to the Alberta Bar in 2008 and practised law in Calgary at a national firm. Fawcett joined Fillmore Riley in 2009 and was called to the Manitoba Bar the same year. Loewen practises civil litigation primarily in the areas of insurance, construction, insolvency, as well as general civil litigation. After earning his LL.B. from the University of Manitoba in 2005, he articled at Fillmore Riley before receiving his call to the Manitoba Bar in 2006, and continued on as an associate. Hombach practises regulatory and administrative law, civil litigation, environmental law and municipal law, with experience in energy and utility matters. Prior to obtaining his J.D. from the University of Toronto, he obtained a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in civil and environmental engineering. He practised in Toronto for several years before joining Fillmore Riley in 2010 and being called to the Manitoba Bar the same year.

 

BOARDS

Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association

has elected its 2014 board of directors: Menno Peters, president; Laurie Socha, vice-president; Kay Garrity, treasurer; Laura Devlin, secretary; directors: James Friesen (Winkler), Dawn Sands (Thompson), Debbie Brown (Brandon), Lawrence Poirier, Karl Falk, Joanne Schmidt and Sterling Herntier.

The West End Business Improvement Zone

is pleased to announce its board of directors for 2014: Jeremy Epp, executive chair; George Ingram, vice-chair; Rennie Zegalski, past chair; Carla Anjos, treasurer-secretary. Directors: Carla Deluca, Emerito Guevarra, Gerry Harms, John Hunsberger, Fred Morden, Dr. Gord Partridge, Dieter Scheffer, Manny Singh, Gary Stevenson. City of Winnipeg appointments: Martin Pasieczka, Coun. Harvey Smith. Committee chairs: Ingram, street enhancement; Partridge, communications/marketing; Stevenson, safety.

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

has elected its 2013-14 board of directors: president, Dr. Brent Schacter; vice-president, Uri Kraut; Dr. Bonnie Cham, immediate past president. Directors: Ruth Ashrafi, Amy Karlinsky, Joel Lazer, Howard Morry, Anita Neville, Hart Pollack, Stuart Pudavick, Syd Thompson, and Lorne Weiss. The board also includes Sisterhood president Louise Raber, senior Rabbi Alan Green and executive director Ian Staniloff.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 6, 2014 B5

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