A large fast-food company has made several additions to its senior management team.
Priszm Canadian Income Fund (TSX: QSR.UN) has hired Jeffrey O'Neill as president and chief operating officer, Jean Trudel as vice-president of Quebec operations and Aly Nensi as operations director for special projects in Ontario.
O'Neill was most recently with Pepsi in the United States. Trudel has more than 20 years of experience in the fast-food industry, the last four as the sales director for Burger King in Quebec. Nensi was most recently operations manager for special projects for McDonald's Restaurants of Canada.
Priszm Canadian Income Fund, with headquarters in Vaughan, has a 60.2-per-cent interest in KIT LP, which owns and operates 481 quick-service restaurants in seven provinces across Canada.
How To Web TV Inc. (TSXV:HOW) will be recruiting for a chief financial officer following the resignation of Bala Iyer.
How To Web TV's principal media site broadcasts a library of how-to videos over the Internet in the categories of home improvement, health and video games. Its head office is in Toronto.
Ontario Power Generation has appointed Jim Hankinson as president and CEO. Hankinson, who has been a board member of OPG since December 2003, was previously president and chief executive officer of New Brunswick Power Corp. from 1996 to 2002.
He replaces Richard Dicerni, who was acting president and CEO.
Two officers have left Canadian-based resource company Gabriel Resources Ltd.
The company said that chief financial officer Paul Martin has accepted a position as the CFO of a junior mineral resource company, while corporate development vice-president Simon Lawrence is taking a sabbatical prior to pursuing new opportunities in the mineral sector.
Gabriel (TSX:GBU), of Toronto, is engaged in the exploration and development of mineral properties in Romania.
Gennum Corp. (TSX: GND) has launched a search for a new vice-president of finance and administration to replace Peter Bloch, whom the company said is leaving to pursue another career opportunity.
Gennum makes integrated circuits, electrical components and sub-systems for the video and audio markets, and is a new provider to the data communications market.
It has offices in Burlington and Ottawa and subsidiaries in Japan and the U.K.
Public relations firm Hill & Knowlton Canada has hired Don Sancton as senior vice-president and national practice leader of its health and pharmaceutical practice. He will work from Montreal.
Sancton was previously director of corporate affairs at Pfizer Canada Inc.
Hill & Knowlton offers a broad spectrum of communications services as well as financial and investor relations.
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