OTTAWA, Oct. 8, 2013 /CNW/ - The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of
Transport, today announced the appointment of Ms. Danika Keeley as a
director of the Belledune Port Authority for a three-year term.
"I am pleased that Ms. Keeley has agreed to serve on the board of the
Belledune Port Authority," said Minister Raitt. "Her extensive
knowledge and experience in business planning, financial management,
human resources and marketing will be great assets to the authority."
For the past fourteen years, as Representative and Franchise Developer
at Dixie Lee (Maritimes) Ltd, in Campbellton, NB, she has provided
support for franchisees, including training, supervising, developing
marketing plans and negotiating national supply contracts. Prior to
this, Ms. Keeley was Complaints Administrator at ABTCO (Louisiana
Pacific), in East River, NS, where she assessed product complaints,
performed field inspections and coordinated quality control
Ms. Keeley graduated with a bachelor of arts from Saint Thomas
University, Fredericton, NB, and studied Business and Human Resources
at St. Mary's University in Halifax, NS. Among various board positions
Ms. Keeley has held, she was president of the Campbellton Regional
Chamber of Commerce and was a board member of the New Brunswick Chamber
of Commerce and of Enterprise Restigouche.
The Belledune Port Authority is the Canada Port Authority (CPA)
established to manage the Port of Belledune under the Canada Marine Act. Eighteen CPAs now make up Canada's national port system. The CPAs are
non-share capital corporations incorporated under the Canada Marine Act that are of strategic significance to Canada's trade. Their effective
operation contributes to Canada's global competitiveness.
SOURCE: Transport Canada
For further information:
Senior Communications Advisor
Office of the Honourable Lisa Raitt
Minister of Transport, Ottawa
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