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SCL. PMAC. APICS. CITT. CIFFA. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jim Bergeron Calgary Interfaith Food Bank Don Borsk (Past Chair) Metro Retail Supply Chain Solutions Darren Christle (Vice Chair) Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Raymond Dufour Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick

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Current issues

SCL

PMAC

APICS

CITT

CIFFA

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jim Bergeron

Calgary Interfaith Food Bank

Don Borsk (Past Chair)

Metro Retail Supply Chain Solutions

Darren Christle (Vice Chair)

Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation

Raymond Dufour

Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick

Brent Ellis

Wills Transfer Limited

John Gauvreau

Canadian Public Procurement Council

Dwayne Hihn (Chair)

Manitoulin Global Forwarding

Frances Humphreys

Wilfrid Laurier University

Flavia Iuston-Blair

Panalpina Inc.

Susan Krausz

Humber College

Steven Levson

Healthcare Supply Chain Network

Maria Lindenberg (Vice Chair)

Chevron U.S.A. Inc.

Jean Loitz

INMOTION management inc.

Linda Lucas

ELLE and Associates Inc.

David McCormick (Vice Chair)

Pivotal ACTION FORCE Industrial Staffing Solutions

Richard Moore

Halifax Employers Association

Hervé Pilon

Cégep André Laurendeau

Tracey Raimondo

Normandin Transit Inc.

Lesley Smith

Wal-Mart Canada Corp.

Pam Somers

APICS

Mission Statement

"The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council brings together partners in the sector to develop solutions to the human resource challenges faced by stakeholders. Recognizing the vital role of the supply chain to Canada's economy, the Council is committed to enhancing the sector's ability to attract and retain workers at all levels and across the full range of functions, and to advancing the skills of those workers."

  • Current Issues

  • New Board Elected – The Council elected a new Board of Directors at its AGM in Halifax last month. Under the Chairmanship of Dwayne Hihn, President of Manitoulin Global Forwarding, the Board now comprises 23 members. New to the Executive Committee is David McCormick, Managing Partner of Pivotal ACTION FORCE Industrial Staffing Solutions.

  • Collaboration as a Process – Supply chain stakeholders have been engaged in a Council-led process designed to harness the energy that can exist in a collaborative environment. The first of three sessions, held on May 31st, outlined a process designed to establish trust and credibility. Representative directors and the Executive Directors from most Pillar Associations, as well as representatives of other SC-related associations, were in attendance. Ask your association about the process! Are you a true collaborator?

  • Utilization of Council Products and Services – How can your firm save time and money by using National Occupational Standards? Can the National Accreditation Program help you ensure that you are accessing education and training programs that meet industry standards, and what is the return on investment? Can I hire someone first, and then apply for the Council’s Career Focus wage-subsidy program to get the $12,750 maximum? For details, call our office or contact Outreach Coordinator Lorraine Chambers, at [email protected]

  • What We Need From You

  • Focus groups will be held in the fall to review 13 new occupational standards. The sessions will take place in Toronto, and at locations across Canada via facilitated WebEx. See www.supplychaincanada.org/en/occupational-standards-II for details, and watch for dates of sessions near you.

For further information on any of the above, visit www.supplychaincanada.org, contact [email protected] or call 905-897-1100 / 1-866-616-3468


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