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OTTAWA, Ont. -- The federal Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, announced the appointment of Ste...


OTTAWA, Ont. — The federal Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, announced the appointment of Stephen Campbell of Rothesay, N.B. to the board of directors of the Saint John Port Authority for a term of three years.

Campbell has been the committee chairman for the Saint John Board of Trade, and has served as vice-chairman and director of the Saint John Port Authority and as director of New Brunswick Power Corporation. From 1988 to 1991, he served as Deputy Mayor of the Town of Quispamsis.

Mr. Campbell has previously served as vice-chairman of this port authority for four years, said Transport Minister Lawrence Cannon. I am pleased that he has agreed to once again lend his financial expertise to the board of directors of the Saint John Port Authority.

Campbell holds a bachelor of business administration and a masters of science. He is a fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute, a Canadian investment manager and a personal financial planner.

Campbell currently serves as vice-president of Royal Bank Financial Group, a position he has held since 1995. He was also regional vice-president and branch manager with Midland Walwyn Capital from 1990 to 1995, and from 1982 to 1990 he served as vice-president of Scotia Bond Company.

The Port of Saint John handles about 27 million tonnes of cargo annually. Its facilities handle all kinds of ships, including bulk carriers, roll-on/roll-off vessels, forest products carriers, container ships, tankers and conventional cargo vessels.


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