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Posted: 04/4/2013 7:44 AM | Comments: 0
Chuck Davidson is the new Manitoba Chambers of Commerce president and CEO. He replaces Graham Starmer who will retire after 18 years at the chamber.
Davidson has spent the past decade as vice-president of the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce where he directed policy research and lobbying activities as well as coordinated all communications to the business community and general public.
He has represented Manitoba on the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Canada and has taken part on various national policy committees with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. He’s the current president of Waverley Heights Community Centre.
He will be installed at the chamber’s annual general meeting May 3-5 in Onanole.
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