Alberta’s Science and Research Authority has some new faces.
Cabinet recently appointed six Albertans representing science, business and industry to the provincial government advisory board.
The three new Calgary members are Pete Desai, Peter Garrett and Frank Stanford; also appointed were Dennis Erker of Edmonton, Neal Oberg of Forestburg and Bill Hunter of Boyle. As well, Howard Tennant of Lethbridge has been named associate chair of board operations of ASRA.
Cal-Can International, Ltd. has appointed Paul C. Woo as president and CEO and Sandy Chow Lam as executive vice-president for corporate development.
Woo joined Cal-Can from a Texas grocery wholesaler where he was the chairman of the board. Lam joined Cal-Can from a Calgary trading company where she was the president.
Headquartered in Calgary with facilities in the U.S., Mexico, Hong Kong and China, Cal-Can offers offshore contract and shelter manufacturing in cosmetic and body-care products.
True North Water Corporation has made changes at the top. The Calgary-based firm (TNW-CDNX) has announced Vincent Magnan has stepped down as president and CEO, but will remain as a director.
Roy Lewis takes on the duties of president and CEO, while John McLeod will serve as president of Frank's Beverage Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of True North.
True North manufactures, markets and distributes bottled water products through Frank’s Beverage Corp., which produces a variety of bottled water products for the Canadian and United States beverage markets.
Mark Smith has resigned as interim president and CEO of Daybreak Energy Corporation.
The company announced Smith has stepped down “in support of Daybreak’s continuing reorganization activities and its change of focus to western Canada. Smith will continue as vice-president of exploration.
Bill Matheson has been appointed president, CEO and director.