Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Canada

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  Executive, Regional Directors and Other Positions
 

The Executive, Regional Directors and Toller Talk editor are elected for a two-year term.
The following members will serve for 2017 and 2018.

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President
Helene Mousseau
  pres @toller.ca

 

Secretary
Amanda Bongers
  info @toller.ca

Vice-President
Linda Hixson
  v-pres @toller.ca
  Treasurer
Stephanie Halse
  treasurer @toller.ca
    Membership & Breeder Directory
Colin Davies
  membership @toller.ca
  Regional Directors represent the members in their region and act as a contact for organizing regional events as well as helping to promote Club activities in their area.
 
Atlantic
Pam Dunn
  atlantic-director @toller.ca

  Prairies
Toby McSween (Acting)
  prairies-director @toller.ca

Ontario
Laurie Gleiser
  ontairo-director @toller.ca
  British Columbia
Jane Wright
  bc-director @toller.ca
Quebec
Vacant
  info @toller.ca
  Yukon and NW Territories
Joanne Organ
  yukonnwt-director @toller.ca
  Non-Executive positions are also important to the operation of the club:
 

Toller Health Committee:
Chair:
Jamie Klein
  toller-health @toller.ca

Members:
Jannine Kowalchuk
  bc-director @toller.ca


 

Toller Talk (Newsletter) Editor
Krista Prokiw
  tollertalk @toller.ca

 
Epilepsy Committee
Ruth Peacock
 

Website Administrator
Debbie Unger
  admin @toller.ca

 

 
Rescue Coordinator
Karen Machin
  rescue @toller.ca
 

Club Historian
Mary-Ellen Kelm
  kelm @sfu.ca

 
  Elected positions with the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Canada are available to members in good standing who are residents of Canada and who have held membership for at least one year.
To learn more about the club, read the Constitution, Bylaws and the Code of Ethics.
     
Updated:
March 2, 2017