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Cecilia Turner

has joined Republic Architecture Inc.'s office in Winnipeg to lead their interior design department. Equipped with extensive experience in corporate and institutional interiors, she currently sits as vice-president of the Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba. Turner attended Concordia University in Montreal, the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and is a graduate of the Brera Academy in Milan, Italy.

 

COMPANIES

Recruiting firm Mercer Bradley

is moving to a new location at 110-340 Waterfront Dr. Thanks to all of our clients and candidates who have trusted us with their accounting roles and careers.

 

Pankratz Engineering

is pleased to announce the continuation of services after the passing of Arthur J. Pankratz P.Eng. Doug Krokosz P.Eng, Bonnie Pankratz & Team, will continue operations and look forward to continuing to serve our clients.

 

Facilitated Solutions

is proud to announce its newest team member, Shannon Gander. Gander brings her dynamic background to the FS team, including certification in mediation, 20 years of counselling experience and clinical training in corporate health and wellness from the University of Western Australia. She works with couples, families, small and large teams and private, public and community sectors. Her experience also includes work with amateur and high-performance athletes and coaches.

 

AWARDS

The Manitoba School Library Association

gave out awards to an outstanding teacher-librarian, school administrators, and an assistant superintendent. The recipients of the MSLA Awards for 2014 are: the MSLA Distinguished Service Award to Neill Johnson, assistant superintendent of schools, Louis Riel Division; the MSLA Administrator Award for Distinguished Service to two principals, Kim Midford of Sister MacNamara School and Leslie Wurtak of Chancellor School; the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award to Jeff Anderson of Tec Voc High School.

 

Marg Rempel and Ed Tyrchniewicz

received Certificates of Merit from the faculty of agricultural and food sciences at the University of Manitoba in recognition of their leadership with agricultural organizations and outstanding service to the community. Rempel, who together with her son manages a sow farrow-to-finish enterprise and farms 1,600 acres of cropland near Ste. Anne, has served with Keystone Agricultural Producers, the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, 4-H and the Manitoba Pork Council. Tyrchniewicz, a senior scholar in agricultural economics and agribusiness at the University of Manitoba, has had a long career in Canada and abroad in education and policy advising and currently teaches the U of M's internationally educated agrologists program.

 

The Honorable Charles Huband LLB (Manitoba)

has been awarded the prestigious University of Manitoba's Board of Governors' Distinguished Service Award. Huband has served his province as a law school lecturer for more than 40 years, while establishing a career as a lawyer, politician and distinguished jurist writing more than 2,000 decisions from the bench. Retiring in 2007, he returned to private practice with Taylor McCaffrey LLP.

 

BOARDS

The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies -- Manitoba

is pleased to announce its 2014-15 board of directors and executive officers: president Cameron Dyck, P.Eng. -- Stantec Consulting Ltd.; past president Steve Reaburn, P.Eng. -- MCW/AGE Consulting Professional Engineers; president-elect Alana Gauthier, P.Eng. -- WSP; vice-president Allyson Desgroseilliers, P.Eng. -- AMEC Environment & Infrastructure; secretary-treasurer Mike Houvardas, P.Eng. -- Tower Engineering Group and Association of Consulting Engineering Companies-Canada director, Todd Smith, P. Eng. -- AECOM. Directors: Ken Drysdale, P.Eng. -- Accutech Engineering Inc.; Rick Martin, P. Eng. -- KGS Group; Ralph Kurth, P.Eng. -- Teshmont Consultants LP; Jeff Rempel, P.Eng. -- SNC-Lavalin Inc.; James Blatz, P.Eng. -- Trek Geotechnical Inc; Richard Tebinka, P.Eng. -- MMM Group Limited; Lin Watt, EIT, Dillon Consulting Limited; and Brent Wall, P.Eng. -- Accutech Engineering Inc. Shirley Tillett Associates Inc. has been reappointed as association manager with Shirley Tillett as executive director.

 

The Dream Room Project

is pleased to announce its 2014-15 board of directors: Wanda Luna, president; Shawn Berard, administrative assistant, chairman (Crea8ive Supplies & Services); Kim Berard, secretary (DASCH Inc.); Paul Pitura, media director, chairman (CBC); Ryan Unrau, financial administrator, treasurer/chairman of finance committee, (Investors Group); Andrea Smith-Fernandez, program officer, chairwoman.

 

The Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Manitoba

is proud to announce its first elected board of directors: Jackie Gruber (University of Manitoba), Tristan Johnston (Resolution Skills Centre), Sandy Koop Harder (Facilitated Solutions), Tripat Pachu (Province of Manitoba), Georgina Rheaume, Jennifer Schulz (faculty of law, University of Mantioba), Eric Stutzman (Achieve Training Centre).

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 16, 2014 B9

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