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Hockey Canada's 2009 Annual General Meeting Concludes N Vancouver, BC; Ken Corbett Elected Chairman of The Board
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May 17, 2009
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VANCOUVER, B.C. – Hockey Canada’s 2009 Annual General Meeting, which was attended by over 250 delegates from across Canada, concluded on Sunday.

Hockey Canada’s AGM brings together representation from each of the 13 Hockey Canada Branches who make up the Hockey Canada board of directors, in additional to Hockey Canada’s Officers, life members, representation from each of Hockey Canada’s councils: female, junior, minor, senior and hockey development, and representation from partner organizations.

HOCKEY CANADA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Chairman of the Board:

Ken Corbett, Ottawa, Ont.

Executive Vice-Chair:

Michael Bruni, Calgary, Alta.

Officers:

Claude Allain, Gatineau, Que.

Jim Hornell, Swift Current, Sask.

Terry Ledingham, Bon Accord, Alta,

Ed Pupich, Schumacher, Ont.

Marcel Redekop, Herbert, Sask.

Past Chair:

René Marcil, St-Louis-de-France, Que.

Chair, Female Council:

Dave Peterson, Calgary, Alta.

Chair, Minor Council:

John Clements, New Glasgow, PEI

Chair, Junior Council:

Karen Phibbs, London, Ont.

Chair, Senior Council:

Dean Filane, Thunder Bay, Ont.

Chair, Hockey Development:

Barry Reynard, Dawson Creek, B.C

Referee-in-Chief:

Vernon Doyle, Charlottetown, PEI

Representative, CHL:

Gilles Courteau

Representative, CIS:

Shelley Coolidge

Representative, IIHF:

Murray Costello

Representative, NHLPA:

Glenn Healy

Representative, NHL:

Colin Campbell

Male athlete representative:

Gord Sherven

Female athlete representative:

Hayley Wickenheiser

Each of Hockey Canada’s 13 member branches is also represented on the Board of Directors, by its president.


For more information:

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
fdupont@hockeycanada.ca

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