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Jenifer Bartman

is now a resource speaker with TEC Canada, a member-based community of over 900 chief executives, entrepreneurs and business owners across Canada. Resource speakers fill a pivotal role in the TEC process; to inform, educate, and inspire business leaders. TEC is affiliated with U.S.-based Vistage International, the world's premier leadership-development company, whose 16,000 member companies generate $300 billion in revenue annually and employ approximately 1.8 million people worldwide.



Six of Taylor McCaffrey LLP's lawyers

have been recognized by the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory in their practice areas: David R.M. Jackson (insolvency & corporate commercial litigation); Jamie Alyce Jurczak (occupational health & safety), Fred R. Klein (property development), Sharon E. Kravetsky (family), A. David Marshall (property development), Grant Mitchell, Q.C. (management-side employment, labour, and workplace human rights).



Walter Kulyk

president /creative director of Traffic Advertising Inc. has received a Summit International Creative Award. With more than 5,000 submissions from 24 countries, Traffic Advertising received a Silver Award for public service television for We Be Brushin for the Manitoba Dental Association. Earlier in the year, they also won both a Visionary Award and a Leader Award in the Summit Emerging Media Award competition in the Health/Fitness category for its 60-second PSA and two minute music video We Be Brushin. Traffic Advertising also won the 2014 Signature Award for Best Original Sound Design for the same campaign. The Signature Awards, presented annually by the Advertising Association of Winnipeg, showcases the best advertising, marketing and design produced in Manitoba and judged by an international panel of industry peers.

Tara Maltman-Just RPh ABAAHP FAARFM

founder & executive clinician of Vitality Integrative Medicine, has been awarded the prestigious National Innovation Award for Achievement in Patient Care by the Canadian Pharmacists Association.



The Army Cadet League of Canada

Manitoba branch is pleased to announce its executive for 2014-15: president, Patrick (Paddy) Douglass; past president, Alexander (Sandy) Will; vice-president, Allan Wise; treasurer, Rod Klinck; secretary, Linda Wall; national vice-president (Mb), Ken McCuaig (2014), VP corporate affairs, Carolyn Rickey, VP community and public relations, Linda Wall, VP corps, sponsor relations, Marc Gautron, VP membership, Shelley Finnen. Directors, Pedro Corriea, Don Berry, Rick Felstead, Allannah Will and Darlene Beck.

The Manitoba Medical Service Foundation

announced its 2014/15 board of directors: Dr. Lindsay Du Val, chairwoman; Dr. Peter Cattini, vice-chairman; Dr. Greg Hammond, executive director and treasurer; Dr. John Wade, assistant executive director; Dr. Susan McClement, secretary; Kerry Bittner, member-at-large; Mark Gray, member-at-large; Mike Mager, citizen-at-large; Dr. Glen Bergeron; Dr. Patrick Choy; Dr. William H. Christie; Neil Fast; Dr. Henry Friesen; Dr. R. Daniel Gietz; Dr. Jerry Gray; Canon J. A. Harwood-Jones; Dr. Kent HayGlass; Dr. Gerald Y. Minuk; Linda Newton; Aidan O'Brien; Dr. Christine Peschken; Dr. Grant Pierce; Dr. Brian Postl; Dr. Allan Ronald; Dr. Estelle Simons; Dr. Robert Walker; Gordon Webster; The Hon. W. Scott Wright; Dr. Klaus Wrogemann; Andrew Yorke.

The Assinboia Chamber of Commerce

has announced its 2014-15 executive and board of directors: chairman, Marcel Tetrault (manager-RBC, Royal Bank of Canada (Portage & Collegiate), 1st vice-president: Warren Thompson (Stantec), past chair: Del Halliday (Del Halliday-CMA), treasurer: Gerry Glatz (Teledisc Systems Ltd.), secretary: Raunora Westcott (National Leasing), ex-officio member: Jim Forestell (Charleswood Rotary Club). Executive director: Ernie Nairn.

Directors: Chris Daman (Winnipeg Hyundai), Tim Feduniw (Economic Development Winnipeg), Ian Leatt (Pegasus Publications), Bruce MacKay (Holiday Inn Airport West), Pierre Morier (Morier Benefits), Jay V. W. Pasemko (Winnipeg Airports Authority), and Tracy Wilkie (Ramada Viscount Gort Hotel).

Manitoba ASCD

would like to announce the 2014-15 board of directors: Brad Burns, principal, âcole Van Walleghem School, Pembina Trails School Division, past president/ executive director; Jayesh Maniar, EAL Consultant, Winnipeg School Division, co-executive director; Brenda Augusta, early-years consultant, River-East Transcona School Division, president; Michele Polinuk, assistant superintendent, Lord Selkirk School Division, president elect; Andrea Loepp, vice-principal of Victor H.L. Wyatt School, Louis Riel School Division, treasurer; Jacqueline Neufeld, Grade 1 teacher at Sargent Park School, Winnipeg School Division, secretary. Members: Larry Budzinski, consultant for planning in education, Manitoba education, Warren Nickerson, program support, Interlake School Division, Bradley Hampson, assistant superintendent, technology, Frontier School Division, Donna Smith, co-ordinator, Manitoba education, Susan Schmidt, assistant superintendent, student services, Pembina Trails School Division, Gary Babiuk, faculty of education, University of Manitoba, and Lorraine de Monyé, vice-principal, Linden Christian School.

The Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre

has elected its board of directors for the coming year: Ian Stewart, president; Judy Robertson, vice-president; Nicole Groner, treasurer; Shannon Senavitch, secretary; Dan Diawol, past president.


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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 2, 2014 B7

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