The APS National Executive Committee has elected the President of the Montreal Local Branch Stéphane Désautels to become the new National President of the Association, succeeding Mario Poudrier, who will officially retire from the CBC at the end November. This nomination takes effect as of the third day of November 2019 until the end of Mario’s mandate, which expires in a year.

The nomination was adopted unanimously by the members of the National Executive as the result of a proposal submitted by David MacFarlane, Regional Director for Western Canada and seconded by Nathan Farr President of the Toronto Local Branch.

The meeting of the Executive Committee was held the day after the National Council in conformity with the Association’s By-Laws providing the obligation to hold a session during the annual meeting of APS Delegates.

Stéphane thus becomes the fourth president of APS succeeding in order Réal Jean from Québec City, Stephen Moore from Toronto and Mario Poudrier from Montreal.



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