Three new members appointed to Halifax Port Authority Board of Directors
May 18, 2017, Halifax, Nova Scotia – Three new Port User directors have been appointed to the Halifax Port Authority Board of Directors. Carole-Ann Miller has been appointed to a term of three years; David Cameron has been appointed to a term of two years; and Anne Soucie has been appointed to a term of two years.
Carole-Ann Miller serves as President of Cansa Inc., formerly Maple Trade Finance Inc. She is also a member of the Advisory Board for Sobey School of Business. David Cameron practices law with Burchells LLP and serves as President of the Canadian Bar Association’s Nova Scotia branch. Anne Soucie is a former chair of the Atlantic Pilotage Authority Board of Directors.
“The three new appointees bring with them considerable experience from a wide range of backgrounds,” said Hector Jacques, O.C., Chair, Halifax Port Authority Board of Directors. “I would also like to thank outgoing directors Ted Larsen and Lantz Siteman for their hard work and dedication to the Halifax Port Authority Board of Directors.”
In addition to Mr. Jacques, the new board members join Vice Chair Tom Hayes and Director Jim Spatz.
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