Manitoba Movers

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Manitoba Movers


PEOPLE

Mary Jane Hiebert

manager at Canada One Travel in Steinbach was voted by her peers to lead the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies as the chairwoman of the national board of directors. Hiebert has been an active member of the association since 1994, and joined the ACTA Manitoba Regional Council in 2006. In 2010, she was selected to represent the Manitoba Council on ACTA's national board, serving in many capacities leading up to her most recent appointment.

Russell D. Dufault

a lawyer at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP, was recently acclaimed to the position of secretary-treasurer for the Canadian Bar Association's entertainment, media and communications law section.

Fikret Berkes

a distinguished professor in the University of Manitoba's Natural Resources Institute, is the recipient of the 2015 Elinor Ostrom Award on Collective Governance of Common Resources. Berkes receives this prestigious award because he established the notion that social and ecological systems should be regarded as linked adaptive systems, and he developed the idea that traditional ecological knowledge is a cumulative body of knowledge, practice and belief, connecting world views, knowledge, and commons institutions.

Aaron Newnham

has been named managing partner for the Marketing Department Worldwide, the first advertising and marketing consultancy business in the United States to establish a network of local offices dedicated to providing creative and affordable marketing solutions for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Newnham will manage the first Canadian office with more openings planned later in 2015. He has 15 years of sales and marketing experience in the media, tourism and retail industries. Before launching the Marketing Department in Winnipeg, Aaron spent five years as a director of advertising sales at the Winnipeg Free Press.

Stephen Borys

Winnipeg Art Gallery director and CEO, was announced the 2015 Leader of the Year at the annual Winnipeg Tourism Awards of Distinction, hosted by Tourism Winnipeg. Tourism Winnipeg's Leader of the Year award honours a person who demonstrates leadership and motivation for a team to work together to achieve beyond their capabilities through inspiration, energy, and intelligence, while contributing to growing Winnipeg's tourism industry.

COMPANIES

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

has announced the admission of Peter S. Toni to the partnership. Toni's practice is focused in the areas of corporate and commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, corporate reorganizations, real estate and development and finance matters.

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

has again been recognized by Lexpert, the business magazine for lawyers. The following 13 lawyers have been recognized as leaders in their respective areas: Richard H.G. Adams (property development), Robert J.M. Adkins (aboriginal law, property development), Donald G. Douglas (insolvency and financial restructuring), Robin M. Kersey (employment law and labour relations), Jeffrey Kowall (mining), Gordon A. McKinnon (litigation -- commercial insurance, personal injury), E. William Olson, Q.C. (litigation -- corporate commercial), Chrys Pappas, Q.C. (property development), Sacha R. Paul (aboriginal law), William Percy (aboriginal law), James A. Ripley (banking and financial institutions, corporate commercial and property development), John D. Stefaniuk (environmental and property development) and Gregory J. Tallon (corporate commercial, corporate finance and securities, corporate mid-market and property and development).

The Winnipeg Humane Society

is pleased to welcome its new CEO, Javier Schwersensky. Schwersensky joins the WHS with more than 15 years of experience in executive positions, in both for-profit and non-profit organizations. For eight years, Schwersensky served as director of marketing, sales and programs at the Manitoba Museum, where he was instrumental in several award-winning campaigns. …

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