AMTA appoints new interim leader

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CALGARY, Alta. — The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) today announced a reorganization that sees it part ways with executive director Don Wilson.

Wilson was appointed to that position in December 2010, and before that, spent more than 32 years working within the Alberta Transportation Driver Programs and Licensing Standards divisions of government.

“Effective immediately Richard Warnock will serve as interim executive director,” the AMTA announced. “Don Wilson, who served in that capacity previously, has decided to pursue other business opportunities. On behalf of the Board we wish him well in his future activities and thank him for his years of service to the organization.”

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