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The National Screen Institute -- Canada

is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelly Tyler to the manager of programs and development position. Tyler will manage the NSI Features First and NSI Totally Television programs. She comes to NSI from Frantic Films. "We're so happy that Shelly is joining the NSI. She brings extensive knowledge of the film and television industry on a national level, great connections and enthusiasm for Canadian productions," said NSI's director of programming, Melissa Kajpust.

 

Canadian Speakers' Boutique, ARLANGroup Inc.

is thrilled to announce Brian Cuban has joined their roster of exceptional speakers. The author of the bestselling book, Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder, chronicles his first-hand experiences living with and recovering from eating disorders, drug addiction and body dysmorphic disorder. President Alana Langelotz believes the addition of Cuban will provide further expertise and diversity to our health and wellness topics.

 

Community Living Manitoba

has engaged Mikuska Group for strategic action planning and as mentors to build a sustainable fund-development program. CLM is a provincial network working with families, organizations and governments to support the empowerment of people with intellectual disabilities and their families in all aspects of their lives.

 

Snoman Inc.

is pleased to announce the appointment of Yvonne Rideout of Winnipeg as their new executive director. Rideout has more than 20 years of experience in managing not-for-profit organizations in the agricultural industry, most recently as general manager of Keystone Agricultural Producers.

 

Bison Fire Protection

is proud to announce their success in receiving COR certification through the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba. Maurice Guimond took complete ownership of the process for certification and worked closely with the staff at 1 Life Workplace Safety and Health to create a process that would be easy for the rest of the staff to adhere to and would remain sustainable for many years.

 

Knowledge Bureau

a Winnipeg-based national educational institute and financial publisher, is pleased to announce the publication of the new financial literacy book Financial Fotographs: How to Talk to Your Family About Money, by Kevin Gebert. Financial Fotographs prompts families to tell financial stories, to learn from experience and take control of brighter financial futures as a result.

 

AWARDS

The Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Public Relations Society

is pleased to announce Jason Syvixay, managing director of the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, is the recipient of the 2014 Manitoba Communicator of the Year Award. Syvixay will be presented the MCOY Award at a special luncheon on April 17, 2014, at the Fort Garry Hotel. For additional details, go to: www.cprs.mb.ca


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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 24, 2014 B5

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