CPS-ECP ANNOUNCES MEMBERS OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR 2014-2015

CPS ECP Directors

During the last week of October the CPS-ECP held their annual AGM in Quebec City, QC.  The event was held at the gorgeous Chateau Laurier and was well attended.  Participants enjoyed a fun and productive few days in the heart of Old Quebec.  The Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons have now announced their list of members of the Board of Directors as well as the Executive Committee for the 2014-2015 year.  Please see details below…

DIRECTORS OF THE CORPORATION (in alphabetical order by last name)

David Agnew – Toronto, ON – Toronto Power and Sail Squadron, York West District

Bill Allan, SN – Kitchener, ON – Kitchener-Waterloo Power and Sail Squadron, 

Niagara District

Elizabeth Appleton, AP – North Bay, ON – North Bay Power and Sail Squadron,

Voyageur District

Charles Beall – Toronto, ON – Toronto Power and Sail Squadron, York West District

Richard Bee, AP – Newmarket, ON – Newmarket Power and Sail Squadron,

York West District 

Jim Brown, S – Campbellville, ON – Burlington Power and Sail Squadron, 

Niagara District

Yves Dauphinais – Saint John, NB – Kennebecasis Power and Sail Squadron,

Atlantic District

Charlie Ellins, JN – Orillia, ON – Orillia Power and Sail Squadron, 

Georgian Trent District

Joseph Gatfield, JN – Windsor, ON – Windsor Power and Sail Squadron,

Western Ontario District

Nancy Gibson, P – Vancouver, BC – Capilano Power and Sail Squadron,

Pacific Mainland District

Don Griffin, AP – North Vancouver, BC – Capilano Power and Sail Squadron,

Pacific Mainland District

Linda Hamilton, AP – Orleans, ON – Ottawa Power and Sail Squadron, 

Rideau District

Jacques Hebert, SN – Saint-Lambert, QC – L’Escadrille Nautique des Écluses 

District Cartier 

Cathie Johnstone – Manotick, ON – Ottawa Power and Sail Squadron, Rideau District

Simo Korpisto, JN – Coldstream, BC – Vernon Power and Sail Squadron, 

Western Canada Inland District

Jean-Robert Lavergne, AP – Laterriere, QC – Nautique Saguenay Lac-St-Jean,

District Estuaire St-Laurent

Claude Martin, JN – Montréal, QC – L’Escadrille Nautique des Écluses, 

District Cartier 

David Peebles, P – Langley, BC – Langley Power and Sail Squadron, 

Pacific Mainland District

Robert Pepin, AP – Repentigny, QC – Escadrille Nautique Lanaudière

District Cartier 

Sarah-Jane Raine, S – Halifax, NS – Halifax Power and Sail Squadron, 

Atlantic District

Carolyn Reid, SN – Toronto, ON – Frenchman’s Bay Power and Sail Squadron

York East District

Douglas Stewart, AP – Vernon, BC – Vernon Power and Sail Squadron

Western Canada Inland District

Michael Smith, P – Amherstburg, ON – Windsor Power and Sail Squadron

Western Ontario District

Attila Soti, AP – Maple, ON – Richmond Hill Power and Sail Squadron,

York West District

 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Joseph Gatfield, JN – Chief Commander – cc@cps-ecp.org

Robert Pepin, AP – National Executive Officer – nxo@cps-ecp.org

Don Griffin, AP – National Educational Officer – neo@cps-ecp.org

Jim Brown, S – National Administrative Office – nao@cps-ecp.org

Douglas Stewart, AP – National Financial Officer – nfo@cps-ecp.org

Cathie Johnstone – National Secretary – ns@cps-ecp.org

Charles Beall – National Law Officer – nlo@cps-ecp.org

Richard Bee, AP – Past Chief Commander – pcc@cps-ecp.org

– Nominating Committee Chair – nomcom@cps-ecp.org

 

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