TCT Directors Bruce Croxon and Cameron Clark in the news

March 9, 2011 | 0 comments

TCT Director Bruce CroxonFrom the Boardroom to the Dragon’s Den: TCT Director Bruce Croxon of Toronto, ON will be joining the cast of the popular CBC program at the start of season six, this September. Bruce is one of the original founders and past CEO of Lavalife Corp.  Since 2006, Bruce has been active as an investor and advisor to a number of small to mid-sized businesses and has a particular interest in early-stage companies.

Trans Canada Trail President and CEO Deborah Apps said, “We are very fortunate to have Bruce as a member of the Trans Canada Trail Board. He has been invaluable as we continue to develop Vision 2017, and the bold endeavour to connect the Trail in honour of Canada’s 150th Anniversary. We congratulate Bruce on this exciting new opportunity; we know he has great insight and his advice will be helpful to those who enter ‘the Den’. We all look forward to watching and cheering him on.”

Bruce joined the Trans Canada Trail Board in 2007.

Read the full media release.

Cameron Clark joins KWG Advisory Panel: Former Ontario Deputy Minister of Northern Development and Mines, Cameron Clark brings 32 years of public policy experience to his new role as advisor to KWG Resources Inc.

TCT Director Cameron Clark

The Thunder Bay resident is a busy volunteer, consultant and a Trans Canada Trail Director since 2006. “Cam’s knowledge of trail building and project management are invaluable assets to TCT as we move forward with Vision 2017. KWG is fortunate to have Cam working with them, and I know they will benefit greatly from his expertise and commitment,” said Trans Canada Trail President and CEO Deborah Apps.

Read the full media release.

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