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Sail Canada welcomes a new Chair

by Sail Canada 19 Oct 11:57 PDT 18 October 2019

The AGM took place Friday evening at the Holiday Inn, downtown Montreal. The meeting highlighted the main strategic goals, accomplishments, and planned initiatives moving forward. Sail Canada said goodbye to longstanding Chair, Todd Irving, after serving on the board since 2003. Todd has devoted countless hours to Sail Canada's - overseeing our training programming, branding, and overall leadership. Thank you for everything!

The Sail Canada membership elected two Directors at Large and a Chair.

It is with great pleasure that Sail Canada announces Hugh McGugan as the Chair while welcoming Barbara Pike and John O'Dwyer to the Board for a three-year term.

Sail Canada would like to extend many thanks to departing Board member, Janet MacMillan who has shown much dedication and commitment to the board over the years. Janet has been an immense asset to the organization, always willing to provide expertise and support. Her knowledge within the field of Communications & Public Relations has helped the organization a tremendous amount. We were lucky to have you!

A big thank you to our sponsors and everyone that joined us!

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