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The Movement Centre of Manitoba
is pleased to announce its 2019 board of directors: chairman Tim Steadman of Assante Wealth Management; treasurer Crystal Johnson of BDO Canada; secretary Michael DeLuca of RBC, and Movement Centre executive director Olivia Doerksen. Directors: Jackie Britton of Manitoba Hydro; Gary Coopland; Nancy Gregory of Media 1 Productions; Rick Kuffel of RTDS Technologies; Dr. Nigel MacDonald; and Mac Murray of Avenue 4 Communications.
The Manitoba Wall & Ceilings Association
is pleased to announce its 2019 board of directors: Kyle Kippen, president; Drew Sych, vice-president; Ken Sleva, treasurer; Brian Bailley, corporate secretary; Daryl Readman, immediate past president. Directors: Brad Gauthier; Dave Carvalho; Chris Precourt; Mike Dudych; Greg Davenport; Roger Parker; Josh Kennedy; and administrator Gervin Greasley of Leecom Management. MWCA represents the commercial, industrial and institutional wall and ceiling sectors of the Manitoba construction industry.
La chorale des Intrépides
is pleased to announce its newly elected board of directors: president Michelle Bourgeois; vice-president Joycelyn Fournier-Gawryluk; treasurer Robin Wiens; secretary Monique Desrosiers; and council members Suzanne Cormier and Christelle Waldie.
The Project Management Institute,
announced its board of directors for the 2019-2020 term; president, Christa Ferreira, PMP; vice-president operations, Michael Hanna, PEng, PMP; vice-president member services, Leanne Edwards, PMP; governance director, Juan Saldivar, PEng, PMP; finance director, Jeff Grevstad, PMP; IT director, Rafiq Lakhani, PMP; monthly events director, Karen Cormier, PMP; networking events director, Peter Owoade, PMP; professional development director, Jackson Bruno, PMP. PMI Manitoba congratulates all current and newly elected officers, and thanks outgoing officers for their service to the chapter: Debra Wutke, six years of service; Kevin Stewart, two years of service and Brent Dixon, one year of service.
Canadian Public Works Association (CPWA)
national board of directors has elected Steven Blayney of Winnipeg to serve as CPWA president for a term of one year. Since 1986, CPWA has become "the voice of public works in Canada," representing nearly 3,000 members across Canada. As president, Blayney will represent CPWA and its members on national public works and infrastructure issues with the federal government in Ottawa and will work collaboratively with other stakeholder groups on issues of national concern. Blayney was an estimator and project manager with Maple Leaf Construction for 35 years before retiring in 2012. He has served on the APWA/CPWA Manitoba Chapter board of directors for more than 12 years and as the chapter’s president in 2011 and 2014.
is pleased to welcome Brad Kramble, president and chief operating officer of Winnipeg’s Salisbury House, as its new chairman of the board for 2019-20. Kramble first joined the Restaurants Canada board in 2013. He is one of 31 board members from across Canada. Restaurants Canada represents more than 30,000 food-service businesses — including restaurants, bars, caterers, institutions and suppliers. Canada’s restaurant industry is an $89-billion industry that directly employs 1.2 million Canadians.
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