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Krystyn Clouston

has been appointed area sales manager, mobile sales with CIBC. In her new role she will be focused on attracting and retaining a mortgage adviser team across Manitoba and northern Ontario. Clouston has more than 15 years of sales and management experience in the financial services industry and an extensive background in residential lending.

Courtney Klassen

of Winnipeg has been appointed web and graphic designer in the resource and public engagement department at Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Before coming to the Foodgrains Bank, Klassen worked for four years at Golden West Broadcasting as a graphic designer. She is in her final year of studies in the International Development Studies program at Menno Simons College and the University of Winnipeg. Since September, she has been under contract to the Foodgrains Bank to provide web and graphic design services.

Digvir Jayas

the University of Manitoba's vice-president (research and international) and distinguished professor, has been appointed to the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. Collectively, NSERC members represent the academic research and private-sector communities in the natural sciences and engineering. Jayas' appointment is for three years.

 

Dorothy Dobbie

president of Pegasus Publications Inc., is happy to welcome Brenlee Coates to the editorial team. Coates was arts/culture editor for the award-winning Sandbox Magazine, as well as a writer for Cottage Life and the Spectator Tribune. She will be the primary editor of Smart Tab -- a monthly tabloid publication dedicated to providing local employment and lifestyle content that inspires young people to stay, work and innovate in Manitoba.

 

Carol Vercaigne

has been appointed to the position of vice-president, group benefits consulting at Hub International Strata Benefits Consulting (Hub Strata). Vercaigne joined Hub STRATA in 2003 and is responsible for serving clients in strategically designing and managing innovative, cost-effective benefit programs.

 

COMPANIES

Imperial Properties,

a leading condominium property-management firm serving Winnipeg and the surrounding areas, has announced president and CEO Adrian Schulz has received the professional associate accreditation from the Canadian Condominium Institute. To receive the accreditation, Schulz was required to submit an application with the Manitoba chapter, successfully complete a written exam and pledge to continually meet CCI's code of ethics.

 

Oxygen Technical Services

is pleased to announcement Jeremy Simcoe has been promoted to director of technical operations. In this role, he will be responsible for managing technical initiatives to ensure exceptionally high levels of efficiency and service, for both internal and external clients.

 

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

have been listed in the 2014 edition of the Best Lawyers in Canada by Best Lawyers. The following 21 TDS lawyers have been named to the 2014 edition of the Best Lawyers in Canada: Richard H.G. Adams (real estate law), Robert J.M. Adkins (aboriginal law and real estate law), Donald G. Douglas (insolvency and financial restructuring), Adrian B. Frost (labour and employment law), A. Blair Graham, Q.C. (alternative dispute resolution), Jeff Hirsch (administrative and public law), Robin M. Kersey (labour and employment law and alternative dispute resolution), Keith D. LaBossiere (labour and employment law), Jan Lederman (leveraged buyouts and private equity law, and mergers and acquisitions law), Kenneth S. Maclean (alternative dispute resolution and labour and employment law), Barry N. MacTavish (securities law), Gordon A. McKinnon (insurance law), Albina P. Moran (real estate law), E. William Olson, Q.C. (alternative dispute resolution, bet-the-company litigation, construction law, corporate and commercial litigation, insurance law and labour and employment law), Chrys Pappas, Q.C. (banking law, corporate law and real estate law), Sacha R. Paul (aboriginal law), William G. Percy (aboriginal law), Jeffrey D. Pniowsky (tax law), James A. Ripley (banking law), P. Michael Sinclair, Q.C. (corporate law and securities law), John D. Stefaniuk (environmental law and natural resources law).

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 27, 2014 B5

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