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April 29, 2022  

Canadian Propane Association appoints CEO

The Canadian Propane Association (CPA) Board of Directors announced

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February 16, 2022  

Longview Aviation Capital announces consolidation of companies under De Havilland Aircraft of Canada and appoints CEO

Longview Aviation Capital has announced that De Havilland Aircraft

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January 3, 2022  

Shurtape Technologies announces CEO of business’ full group of companies

Shurtape Technologies, LLC, announced Vuk Trivanovic, CEO of the

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November 22, 2021  

Seeq appointed new CEO and announced changes to Board of Directors

Seeq Corporation announced the appointment of former chief operating

News Automotive leadership position
November 19, 2021  

Accelerate appoints new President and CEO

Accelerate, Canada’s zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) supply chain alliance, announced

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October 25, 2021  

Brian Rainboth appointed SYSPRO Americas CEO

SYSPRO, provider of industry-built enterprise resource planning (ERP) software,

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September 15, 2021  

The world’s most-optimistic CEOs are in Canada: KPMG’s Global CEO Outlook

According to KPMG’s latest Global CEO Outlook report, despite the

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September 15, 2021  

The WestJet Group appoints interim President and CEO

The WestJet Group announced that Harry Taylor will assume the interim

News Manufacturing General leadership position
August 25, 2021  

Sunnen promotes Chris Miltenberger to CEO

Sunnen Products Company announced the promotion of F. Christopher

News Aerospace General leadership position
July 28, 2021  

Saxon Aerospace appoints CEO of U.S. operations

Saxon Aerospace has appointed Paul Sahatdjian as CEO of Saxon

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January 14, 2020  

New Boeing CEO inherits crisis created under his predecessor

Will oversee legal strategy related to dozens of lawsuits by families of people who died in 737 Max crashes.

News Food & Beverage General
November 5, 2019  

Second McDonald’s executive out after CEO fired

CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired for violating company policy by having a consensual relationship with an employee.

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February 15, 2019  

Hydro One threatened with action if it doesn’t cut proposed CEO pay

Board submitted a framework that would pay the next CEO up to $2,775,000.

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February 5, 2019  

Ousted Namaste CEO threatens legal action to set record straight

Company concluded there were breaches of fiduciary duty by Dollinger, its largest shareholder.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
November 12, 2018  

Bombardier CEO’s absence from special meeting defended after 5,000 layoffs

Bellemare has avoided interviews since word of the job cuts last week alongside Q3 results.

News Manufacturing General
July 31, 2018  

Corporate climb: Stalled progress for women in Canadian C suites

Top-earning women still paid less than men, numbers in top roles have shrunk compared to five years ago.

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April 5, 2018  

Cenovus Energy hires Husky Energy executive as its next chief

Energy executive replaces Ivor Ruste who is set to retire on April 30.

News Energy Manufacturing General
April 3, 2018  

Toshiba CEO promises turnaround in 5 years, beefed up ethics

Company will withdraw from all overseas nuclear operations as energy business moves toward renewables.

News Automotive Manufacturing General
January 15, 2018  

Fiat Chrysler’s Marchionne says new CEO will be named this year

Candidates include Canadian Reid Bigland, former FCA Canada president and CEO.

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December 4, 2017  

Embrace disruption: It’s an opportunity for growth

Prepare for a vastly different business future by setting the right strategic priorities.

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February 16, 2017  

CEOs are confident about growth, but concerned about protectionism

Canadian CEOs are optimistic for 2017, but many agree it’s going to be tougher to compete amidst growing protectionism.