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TAC elects board

The Transportation Association of Canada has elected its 1999-2000 board of directors. Ed Stelmach, Alberta's minister of infrastructure, has been appointed chairman of the board. Blair Redline, presi...


The Transportation Association of Canada has elected its 1999-2000 board of directors. Ed Stelmach, Alberta’s minister of infrastructure, has been appointed chairman of the board. Blair Redline, president and chief executive officer of the B.C. Transportation Financing Authority, was elected TAC president. Jan Rush, deputy transporation minister for Ontario, and Bob Wade, mayor of Ancaster, Ont., were elected vice-presidents. Michael Gravel, a civil engineer, has been named executive director of TAC. He also became executive director of the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators. (CCMTA).


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