2 October 2009
CPIA posts net income, announces new board during general meeting
OTTAWA— CPIA closed fiscal 2008, ended on December 31, with net income of just over $9,000, compared to about $5,300 in 2007. It took in revenues of $400,000 In 2008. The news was reported during the association’s annual general meeting on September 30. Other business reported after the jump

CPIA announced the recipients of its awards for 2009. All awards will be handed out at a gala dinner on November 11, during this year’s annual conference, Strategy 09 – New Realities-New Opportunities, in Toronto. The winners are:

CPIA’s Distinguished Service Awards will go to Willem Sijpheer, director of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communications at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary; and Terry Pitchford, president of Paperlinx Canada Ltd. in Vaughan, Ont. 

Awards of merit will go to the following individuals:

Lorne Patterson, chief operating officer, Thunderbird Press, Richmond, BC (and Graphic Monthly Canada columnist)

Sean Murray, president & CEO, Advocate Printing and Publishing, Pictou, NS

Cathy Duley, Heidelberg Canada, Vancouver, BC

Serge Ouellette, Heidelberg, Montreal, QC

 The recipient of the Young Printer Award will be announced during the gala.

 CPIA announced it is in the preliminary stages of establishing a campaign to promote the value of print. It has begun discussions with The Printing Industry Sector Council and has reached out to other associations with a vested interest in promoting print.

 A by-law was approved to create three Director at Large positions to encourage liaison and discussions with areas without active provincial associations.

 A new board was elected comprising:

Chairman of the Board - Dean McElhinney, general manager of Unicom Graphics in Calgary Alberta

Secretary/Treasurer -  Jamie Barbieri, PDI Inc., Kirkland QC

Immediate Past Chair -  Louise Kralka, PDI Inc. Kirkland, QC

Chairman, Government Affairs Committee -  Alexander (Sandy) Stephens, Informco,

Scarborough, ON

Director at Large -  Curwin Friesen, Friesens Corporation, Altona, MB

CPIA closed fiscal 2008, ended on December 31, with net income of just over $9,000, compared to about $5,300 in 2007. It took in revenues of $400,000 In 2008. The news was reported during the association’s annual general meeting on September 30. Other business reported after the jump

CPIA announced the recipients of its awards for 2009. All awards will be handed out at a gala dinner on November 11, during this year’s annual conference, Strategy 09 – New Realities-New Opportunities, in Toronto. The winners are:

CPIA’s Distinguished Service Awards will go to Willem Sijpheer, director of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communications at Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary; and Terry Pitchford, president of Paperlinx Canada Ltd. in

Vaughan, Ont.  

Awards of merit will go to the following individuals:

Lorne Patterson, chief operating officer, Thunderbird Press, Richmond, BC (and Graphic Monthly Canada columnist)

Sean Murray, president & CEO, Advocate Printing and Publishing, Pictou, NS

Cathy Duley, Heidelberg Canada, Vancouver, BC

Serge Ouellette, Heidelberg, Montreal, QC

 

The recipient of the Young Printer Award will be announced during the gala.

 

CPIA announced it is in the preliminary stages of establishing a campaign to promote the value of print. It has begun discussions with The Printing Industry Sector Council and has reached out to other associations with a vested interest in promoting print.

 

A by-law was approved to create three Director at Large positions to encourage liaison and discussions with areas without active provincial associations.

 

A new board was elected comprising:

Chairman of the Board - Dean McElhinney, general manager of Unicom Graphics in Calgary Alberta

Secretary/Treasurer -  Jamie Barbieri, PDI Inc., Kirkland QC

Immediate Past Chair -  Louise Kralka, PDI Inc. Kirkland, QC

Chairman, Government Affairs Committee -  Alexander (Sandy) Stephens, Informco,

Scarborough, ON

Director at Large -  Curwin Friesen, Friesens Corporation, Altona, MB 

 

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