Canada Lands Company confirms reappointment of Mark Laroche
11 Jan, 2012, 10:35 ET
TORONTO, Jan. 11, 2012 /CNW/ - Grant B. Walsh, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Canada Lands Company Limited, is pleased to confirm the reappointment of Mark B. Laroche as President and CEO for a second five-year term commencing in July 2012.
Under Mr. Laroche's leadership, Canada Lands Company has transformed itself into a high performing organization with a focus on efficiency and sustainability. His first term was marked by unprecedented success and progress in a challenging business environment and included such significant initiatives as the new EdgeWalk attraction at the CN Tower, the construction of a world-class aquarium in Toronto by Ripley Entertainment, the launch of the Pleasantville development in St. John's, the acquisition of the Pointe-du-Moulin pier and its Silo No. 5 on Montreal's waterfront, the final phase of the successful Currie Barracks development in Calgary, and the Village at Griesbach, an award-winning residential project in Edmonton.
Canada Lands Company Limited is a self-financing federal Crown corporation that, through its subsidiary, optimizes the financial and community value obtained from surplus properties which are no longer required by the Government of Canada. CLC is also the proud owner and operator of the CN Tower in Toronto. Visit clc.ca and cntower.ca to learn more.
Image with caption: "Mark Laroche, President and CEO, Canada Lands Company. (CNW Group/Canada Lands Company)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20120111_C3274_PHOTO_EN_8823.jpg
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