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16598 Mr. Scott Stevenson (RRMC 1988) discussed the sustainable development of military infrastructure stemming from the Canada First Defence Strategy on 11/25/2010 at the Centre for Environment Seminar, University of Toronto School of Public Policy and Governance. Stevenson is the Assistant Deputy Minister (Infrastructure and Environment), Department of National Defence. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Military and Strategic Studies from Royal Roads Military College.

Scott Stevenson was appointed Assistant Deputy Minister (Infrastructure and Environment) in July 2008, a post he assumed on an acting basis in September 2007. He was named Defence Champion for Persons with Disabilities in October 2009, and is the 2010 ADM Champion for the Real Property Institute of Canada.

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]11511 Mr. Michael Kennedy (RRMC 1977) facilitates a variety of Executive & Professional Development (EPD) courses at Saint Mary`s University in Halifax and with Think Business Strategy in Dartmouth, N.S. Michael has a BSc in Physics, Royal Roads Military College.

Michael is an accomplished leader, educator, facilitator and speaker, who demonstrated superb leadership skills for 31 years with the Canadian Air Force. Command positions include CO 404 Training Squadron, CO CF Leadership Academy, Senior Program Manager for Flight Safety and second in command of the Maritime Warfare Centre. He is a Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest level awarded by Toastmasters International(c). He has held leadership roles, won many speech contests and enjoys mentoring/coaching new and experienced speakers. Source

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16542 Colonel Philip F. Garbutt, OMM, CD (RRMC RMC 1988) presented `The State of the Canadian Industry – Prognosis For the Coming Year` at the 2010 Forum of the Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council. Colonel Garbutt has a Bachelors Degree in Physics and Computer Science and a Masters Degree in Defence Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada and is a member of the 58th List of the Order of Military Merit. In June 2010, Colonel Garbutt was promoted to his present rank and posted to Winnipeg as Director A4 Maintenance, the senior advisor to the Commander 1 Canadian Air Division on Maintenance Operations. Source

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11863 LCol (Ret`d) Morris W. Brause, CD2 (RRMC RMC 1978) was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Commissionaires Windsor Regional Office on 1st February 2010. Morris joined the Canadian Forces in 1974 and attended Royal Roads Military College in Victoria for his first two years of University and then finished his degree in Honours History at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. Additionally, Morris has completed part of his MBA program through RMC.

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16642 Colonel Stephen M Cadden (CMR 1989) and is currently the Chief of Staff of Joint Task Force Central/Land Forces Central Area in Toronto.

He joined the Canadian Armed Forces in 1984, and attended the College Militaire Royal de Saint Jean, where he graduated in 1989 with a bachelors degree in Military and Strategic Studies. Colonel Cadden has earned a Masters of Defence Studies degree and a Master of Arts degree in Military Security and Defence Policy, both from the Royal Military  College of Canada.

In 1992, he was lucky enough to marry Ms Jennifer Lawton from Montreal. In 1997 their son Mitchell was born, coinciding with a surge in the stock price of the Lego company. Colonel Cadden has completed the National Security Programme at CFC in Toronto.

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9852 Colonel (Ret’d) William G.S. (Bill) Sutherland, CD (RRMC RMC 1973). In 2009, Bill Sutherland was appointed Chairman of the National Board of Directors. He is a highly accomplished individual with over 40 years of leadership and executive experience—as a Canadian Forces veteran with a record of military excellence, an award-winning senior public servant and a proven executive leader.

Bill retired from his military career in 1997 after serving as Base Commander of the Edmonton Garrison—which had grown under his command to become one of the four largest army bases in Canada. He was also instrumental in raising the profile of the military community in Edmonton and the Alberta Capital Region through significant outreach and relationship-building initiatives. More

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