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Minister Garneau announces various appointments in the transportation sector

By BCShippingNews 25 July 2018
Minister Garneau announces various appointments in the transportation sector
Highly qualified individuals reflecting diversity and gender parity to ensure good governance...

The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, has announced the following appointments. The appointees come from diverse backgrounds, with experience in a number of fields, and are active members of their communities. They bring a wide array of knowledge to the transportation portfolio.

Canadian Transportation Agency:

  • Heather Smith (appointed as Member; term of 4 years)
  • Mary Tobin Oates (appointed as Member; term of 4 years)

Canadian Air Transport Security Authority:

  • Patricia Kennedy (reappointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Hamilton Port Authority:

  • Beverly Anne Waldes (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)
  • Meghan Davis (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Nanaimo Port Authority:

  • Robbin Sinclaire (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Port Alberni Port Authority:

  • Dennis Jonsson (reappointed as Director; term of 2 years)
  • Allan Haggard (reappointed as Director; term of 2 years)
  • Jeffrey Cook (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Quebec Port Authority:

  • Marie-Soleil Tremblay (reappointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Toronto Port Authority:

  • Hellen Siwanowicz (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)
  • Donald McIntyre (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Trois-Rivières Port Authority:

  • Pierre Ducharme (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)
  • Véronique Néron (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority:

  • Michael Corrigan (appointed as Director; term of 3 years)

Windsor Port Authority:

  • Thomas Porter (reappointed as Director; term of 3 years)
  • Thomas O'Brien (appointed as Director; term of 2 years)
  • Karen Plunkett (appointed as Director; term of 2 years)

In making these appointments recommendations, ministers strive to reflect Canada's diversity and gender parity. 

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"I am pleased to announce that these highly qualified Canadians have agreed to serve in the transportation sector. Their appointments will ensure continued good governance."

The Honourable Marc Garneau,
Minister of Transport