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  • 4738 Mr Louis J Tremblay (CMR RMC 1960) is currently president of L.J. Tremblay & Associates Limited, a firm of mechanical and electrical consulting engineers in Cornwall, Ontario. He is also director of VIA Rail Canada Inc., director of Cordel Developments Corporation Limited and director of Capital Cornwall Developments Inc.  He  received his Masters in Business Administration from Queen’s University in 1965. He has held many positions including production manager for Ontario Steel Products Limited and principal at the Cornwall Campus of St. Lawrence College.

  • 6543 Mr Ronald AS Jackson (RMC 1965) joined Sussex Circle in Ottawa as a principal in 2000 and became a partner in 2001. Sussex Circle provides advice on strategy, policy, organization and finance to senior clients in government, business and the voluntary sector. He graduated from the Royal Military College in 1965 with a degree in Chemical Engineering. He began his career in the Canadian Forces with the Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment at Cold Lake, Alberta. Leaving the Canadian Forces in 1968, he joined Genesco Incorporated at its head office in Nashville, Tennessee, followed by a posting to the company’s Canadian operation in Kitchener, Ontario. He joined the Public Service in 1972 and assumed increasing responsibility in Statistics Canada and Transport Canada. In 1984, he was appointed the Executive Director of Transport Canada’s Program Control Board. He occupied this position until 1988, when he assumed the responsibilities of Assistant Deputy Minister, Review. In 1991, was appointed to the position of Assistant Deputy Minister, Finance and Administration. In 1992 he joined the Privy Council Office in the position of Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet (Senior Personnel Management). In 1995, he returned to Transport Canada, as Assistant Deputy Minister, Aviation. With the privatization of the air navigation system in 1996, Mr. Jackson took up the duties of Assistant Deputy Minister, Safety and Security. He continued in this role until he retired from the Public Service in 2000.

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  • 6939 Mr Donald (Don) D. Spruston (RMC 1966) has been Director General of the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) since 1999, which is responsible for representing the business aviation community worldwide. He held numerous positions in the field of aviation, including managing partner of Canadian Aviation Safety Associates. He spent 6 ½ years as Director General of Civil Aviation in Canada. He was Director General of Aircraft Services where he managed a flight department of over 90 aircraft. He was the Regional Director of Air Navigation in Transport Canada’s Pacific Region. He holds a Bachelor of Sciences degree from the Royal Military College of Canada. He has an Airline Transport Pilot Licence and has flown in various roles, such as worldwide cargo operations and VIP transport flying, filling various roles such as lead aircraft commander, operations officer and training officer. He has written numerous articles on aviation safety and has won awards such as the Transport Canada Safety Award, Canadian Owners and Pilots President Award and the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute C.D. Howe Award. more…
  • 7330 Major (Ret’d) Roger C Ayotte (RRMC RMC 1967) has been Program Manager 705 (Airline Operational Standards) at Transport Canada since 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Physics (first class honours) from Royal Military College, 1967. From 1969 – 1973 he was an operational pilot on CF-1O1 aircraft at CFB . From 1973 – 1975 he served as operational pilot on Lightning aircraft with the RAF in Europe. From 1975 – 1976, he attended Canadian Forces Aerospace Systems Course. From 1976 – 1979 he worked as an engineer at NDHQ working on flight instrumentation and autopilot projects. From 1979 – 1983, he was a Flight Commander and instructor on CF-5 aircraft at CFB Cold Lake. From 1983 – 1986 he was a staff officer in the Air Operations Directorate at NDHQ. From 1986 – 1998 he worked as Civil Aviation Inspector (CAI) at the CASB/TSB as a Flight Recorder Specialist (CAI-03) initially and then as the Superintendent Operations (CAI-04) and finally as the Chief Operations Air (CAI-05). From 1998- 2000 he was Civil Aviation Inspector at Transport Canada in Airline Operational Standards. Since 1967, he has accumulated a total of approximately 6 000 hours on military and civilian aircraft of the following types: Chipmunk, Tutor, T-33, CF-101, Lightning, CF-5, DC-3, Queen Air, King Air, Citation and B737. He has approximately 5 000 hours as pilot-in-command. more…
  • 7477 Captain (Ret’d) Marcel JY Martineau (CMR RMC 1968) is the Director – Airline Operations & Operational Efficiency of Applied Aeronautical Systems Inc. (AASI) in Montreal. He received a B.Eng.in mechanical engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada. He flew as an airline pilot from 1973 until his retirement at the end of 2004, retiring with the position of Captain on the Airbus 330/340. For the last five years, he was Manager, Flight Operations Fuel Programs and Dispatch Coordinator for a major airline, focused on improving the operational efficiency of the airline. more…
  • 7619 Captain (Ret’d) Mark JM Duncan (CMR RMC 1968) is Regional Director General: Pacific Region, Transport Canada. He is responsible for federal regulatory functions of the Air, Marine and Surface modes of transportation in British Columbia. From 1987 to 1995, he was responsible for the operation of 26 airports in BC and the transfer of these airports to local entities. Mr. Duncan was born in Victoria and grew up in the Interior of BC. He attended Military College and flew for 6 years with the Canadian Armed Forces. With a degree in mechanical engineering from the Royal Military College, he also has a Masters in Public Administration from Carleton. He joined Transport Canada Services and Security Branch in Ottawa in 1975 and was Deputy Airport General Manager for Toronto’s Lester B. Pearson Airport International Airport and Project Manager for the proposal call stages of the private sector financed third terminal project in Toronto. He is on the Simon Fraser Co-op Student Advisory Council and is involved in the Vancouver Board of Trade and numerous transportation organizations. more…
  • 7924 Mr Robert J Bradshaw (CMR RMC 1969) is the founder, Chairman and CEO of Contor Industries Limited and its affiliated companies in Toronto. Robert graduated from the College Militaire Royal de Saint-Jean in 1967 and the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, in Engineering in 1969. Contor Industries was formed for the purpose of acquiring mature manufacturing companies requiring significant turn-around activities. Contor companies and their products range from nuclear and aerospace to hydro electric; gold mining; food processing; aircraft leasing and waste disposal. The companies employ 2,100 people. Mr. Bradshaw is on the Board of Social Capital Partners and several publicly-traded companies. more…
  • 8408 Mr Michael B Darch (RMC 1970) is the Executive Director of Ottawa Global Marketing. The Global Marketing group at OCRI is responsible for the attraction of investment, companies and people to the Ottawa region, the branding and marketing of the City of Ottawa , the management of Ottawa ‘s global partnerships and the support of Ottawa ‘s technology clusters. He has been the driving force behind the economic partnerships formed between Ottawa and several U.S. cities and is now building Asian, European and Latin American partnerships. Michael is a Senior Research Fellow at the Program of Research on Innovation Management and Economy (PRIME) in the School of Management at the University of Ottawa. Michael holds Masters degrees in Business from the University of Ottawa and Engineering from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada. more…
  • 8868 Mr Bob R.J. Shuter (RMC 1971) is the Director, International Operations at Transport Canada. He is the Canadian member of the ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP). He is responsible for providing strategic guidance and direction for the Canadian input to international safety and environmental protection policies and programs. His is also responsible for Foreign Airline Inspection, IM/IT support to Civil Aviation, liaison with ICAO, and providing aviation safety support to developing states. He has a degree in Engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada. He is a commercial pilot with a multi-engine instrument rating. [email protected] more…
  • 9395 Colonel (Ret’d) Donald (Don) C Matthews (RRMC RMC 1972) has been the president and principal of Crosswind Consulting in Calgary since 1999, which provides Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services. Don is also an entrepreneur, being a part owner of a successful dot com aviation business www.casmp.com. CASMP is a Flight 2005 compliant safety management system. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts (Economics and Commerce) from the Royal Military College, graduate of the Canadian Forces College in Toronto, an Associate in Theology from Thorneloe University as well as numerous career aviation certificates. [email protected] more…
  • 9473 Dr. Dale Carl (CMR RMC 1973) started his career as a naval officer after attending College Militaire Royal in St. Jean, Quebec and Royal Military College in Kingston. He traveled to several countries, which sparked his interest in international events. He also worked onboard the Royal Yacht Britannia for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, and then he served as the aide-de-camp to two Governors General of Canada. Dale took his MBA in international business at Queen’s University and then joined the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service as a diplomat. His foreign postings included Islamabad, Oslo, Houston, and Baghdad, where he was in charge of the Canadian embassy when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. Dale won the Public Service Award of Excellence for his work in Iraq during the crisis. Dale set up the Canadian Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE and stayed on in Dubai as the Director of International Marketing for a multinational firm, responsible for the Middle East and East African markets. He soon established a reputation for being in the wrong spots whenever a newwar broke out, adding Yemen and Somalia to his record. After spending a year teaching international business and strategy at Queen’s University, he went to the University of Calgary to take his Ph.D. in International Business and Strategy. His dissertation was concerned with cross-cultural factors that affect corporate leadership. While at the U of C, he also taught both undergrad and MBA courses. The marketing area in the Ryerson School of Business Management hired him in August 2000, where his teaching is primarily in international marketing, while his research focus is on leadership. He is currentlyAssociate Director, International Exchange at Ryerson. [email protected]

 

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  • 9730 Captain (ret’d) Anton (Tony) AM Van Wouw (RMC 1973) P.Eng. has been the Principal of Exotek Systems, an engineering consulting company in Sydney BC, since 1990. The bulk of the project work performed is for the cable television and telephone industry in Western Canada. Overseas work has involved the design proposal of private broadcast facilities for Malaysia, technical license applications for Taiwan, and MMDS work throughout South America. He is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. and his publications have been published in the Technical Proceedings of the CCTA. At Transport Canada, he was a Project Engineer for Telecommunications and Electronics, as well as an Engineering Supervisor. He served as a Combat Systems Engineer in the Canadian Forces retiring with a rank of Captain. He earned a B.Sc., Royal Military College of Canada, in 1973. [email protected] more…
  • 9758 Captain (Ret’d) Shawn “Hover man” Coyle (RRMC RMC 1973) has been a helicopter simulation consultant (since 2001); Chief Technical Officer, Aero Simulators USA (Since 2006) and Training Director & Lead Instructor at Eagle Eye Solutions, LLC, a training provider for advanced helicopter pilot education (since 2004). He is also involved in many court cases as an expert witness. He earned a Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering) from Royal Military College of Canada. He has 6,100 hr. total flight time in 90 fixed and rotary wing helicopters. He is co-Author of book “Automatic Flight Controls” (4th edition printed Oct. 1993) and author of “Cyclic and Collective” reviewed as most comprehensive book on helicopters to date. He is author of numerous technical columns on helicopter related matters for Rotor and Wing International Magazine (1992-1996, 2004-present). In 2005, he was Director of Flight Operations, Agusta AerospaceCorporation, in Philadelphia and an Emergency Medical Service Pilot – Mercy Air Base 14, Mojave. He was Branch Chief -Helicopter Program at the National Test Pilot School in Mohave (2001- 2004). He was an Engineering Test Pilot, Transport Canada Aircraft Certification Branch (1996 – 2001). He was an Engineering Test Pilot, Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment, CFB Cold Lake, Alberta (1982-1984). He was an Exchange Test Pilot, Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment, Boscombe Down, England (1980 – 1982). He was on Operational Tour – 427 Squadron, Canadian Air Force, Petawawa, Ontario (1975 – 1978). [email protected]

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  • 10521 Colonel (ret’d) Mark (Margus) MP Aruja (RMC 1975) is the Business Development Manager for Air Programs at Thales Canada’s Systems Division in Ottawa. Previously, he served for 32 years in the Canadian forces as a maritime navigator and with staff tours at both Air Command and National Defence Headquarters. His command appointments included HT406, the Sea King Operational Training Unit, 12 Wing responsible for Naval Aviation, and the Canadian Forces Experimentation Centre. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from the Royal Military College and is a graduate of the Air Force’s Aerospace Systems course and the National Security Studies program. more…
  • 10613 Major (Ret’d) Kevin M Psutka (RMC 1975) joined the staff of the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association as its executive vice-president in September 1996. He was subsequently promoted to president and chief executive officer. Kevin’s aviation career began when he learned to fly as an air cadet. He joined the military and studied engineering at Royal Military College while training as an air navigator. He flew on CF-101 Voodoos until re-entering civilian life in 1981. He then obtained a Master’s degree in Business Administration and subsequently held aviation-related positions at Canadian Marconi, Transport Canada MBB Helicopter and Andrew Antenna. During this time, he flew private aircraft extensively for business travel. Just prior to coming to COPA, Kevin was the general manager as well as manager of the Technical and Air safety Division at the Canadian Air Line Pilots Association. In 1984, Kevin joined the Canadian Forces Air Reserve, where he was employed as a pilot and amassed 1,800 hours flying helicopters. In all, Kevin has over 4,000 hours experience in fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft, is instrument rated and commercially licensed. Besides his responsibilities for managing COPA’s affairs, Kevin represents members interests to the government. He holds the position of secretary on the Nav Canada Advisory Committee. In addition, he is the vice-president for North America in the International Council of Aircraft Owners and Pilots Associations (IAOPA). more…
  • 10903 Doctor Paul PR Amyotte (RMC 1976) has been a Professor of Chemical Engineering at Dalhousie University since 1998. His teaching and research interests are safety and loss prevention (specifically, dust explosions on the research side). He is a member of the Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board and is the President of the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering. He was a professor at Technical University of Nova Scotia (Canada) in Halifax since1986-1997. He earned a Bachelor’s Chemical Engineering Royal Military College of Canada (Canada) (1976); a Master’s Chemical Engineering Queen’s University (1979) and a Doctorate in Chemical Engineering Technical University of Nova Scotia (1986). [email protected] more…
  • 11530 Mr Scott D Miller (RRMC RMC 1977) has been the Chief Executive Officer managing the Italian Joint Venture company “Adriatic LNG” since May 2005. Adriatic LNG is building the world’s first offshore gravity based LNG receiving and re-gasification Terminal in the northern Adriatic Sea. Adriatic LNG is owned by affiliates of ExxonMobil (45%), Qatar Terminals Ltd (45%) and Edison SpA (10%). Scott is a Chemical Engineering graduate of Canada’s Royal Military College. He has 30 years of varied upstream petroleum industry experience with assignments in Canada, Indonesia, the US, Qatar and Italy. The last 16 years have been focused on international operations and the LNG business, including eight years in Indonesia with responsibility for LNG production and technology, and four years in Qatar developing gas production, shipping, and terminal projects. Scott has previously worked for Mobil Oil, ExxonMobil, and RasGas. He was a speaker at the 2007 CWC’s World LNG Summit in Rome in December 2007. more…
  • 11762 Lieutenant (ret’d) Timothy Patrick Crowley (RMC 1978) is Vice President of Operations at EastBridge Engineering And Management Inc. in Halifax, which performs the engineering, marketing and management operations for short span composite modular bridges and deck systems. He was raised and educated in Windsor, Nova Scotia and is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario with a degree Bachelor Of Science (Applied). He was Command Qualified as a Marine Systems Engineer and a Naval Officer for nine years with postings within Canada and the United Kingdom. He resigned his Commission in 1983 and since that time has worked successfully in the business and engineering community in Canada, the Middle East and UK. He is an Airline Transport Pilot (Helicopters) and has flown world wide in the oil and gas industry. His 20 years of international experience brought both marketing and technical expertise to the newly formed company in 2005. Mr. Crowley currently resides in Halifax. [email protected]
  • 13363 Mr Michel JTNM Brown (RMC CMR 1983) has been Sole Proprietor Senior Business/Functional Analyst at MJ Brown Consulting since 2005. He was a Senior Functional Analyst with ADGA Group Consultants Inc from 2001-2005. He served as an officer with the Canadian Forces from 1973-2001. His last assignment in the Canadian Armed Forces wasExecutive Officer, CMS Ottawa in Directorate of Maritime Policy and Project Development. He earned a B.A. (Economics and Commerce), Royal Military College, Kingston, 1983 and a M.B.A., Queen’s University, Kingston, 1985. He possesses a Professional Logistician designation since 1999 and a Project Management Professional designation since 2005. [email protected]

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  • 14504 Brigitte Vachon (RMC 1984) is Director of Sales at MERX, a Private Sector e-Tendering site in Ottawa. She was the co-founder and VP Sales of PixeLINK, which designs and manufactures digital cameras for machine vision, scientific and industrial applications. She joined the Canadian Forces in 1978 as an aeronautical engineer. Shegraduated from the Royal Military College at Kingston with a degree in Engineering Physics in 1984. From 1985-88, she worked at the program management office for the CF-18 aircraft. During the period 1988-89, she earned a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering in the area of parallel processing and robotics. She was a military professor at the College Militaire de St. Jean in the Physics Department in 1990. She loves playing squash and participates in a variety of outdoor activities. [email protected] more…
  • 16404 Lieutenant (Navy) (Ret’d) Ian IG Bron (RMC 1988) has worked as Principal Consultant, Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement Services at Public Works and Government Services Canada since 2006. He worked at Transport Canada from 2003-2006 as Chief, Aviation Security Regulations (2005 – 2006); Chief, Marine Security Regulatory Affairs (2004 – 2005); Senior Evaluation Officer (2004) and Program Officer (2003 – 2004). He worked at Canadiana.org (2000 – 2005). He was Project Manager and Consultant at National Library of Canada (2000 – 2001). He worked as a Contract Teacher with London Education Authority (1998 – 2000). He served with the Canadian Armed Forces (Regular Forces) (1984 – 1993) and with the Canadian Armed Forces (Reserves) (1983 – 1998) as a Bridge and Administration Officer (Rank on departure: Lieutenant (Navy)). He earned a Bachelor of Arts (Honours History and Political Science) from Royal Military College of Canada in 1988. He holds a Bachelor of Education (Magna Cum Laude) 1998 and a Masters of Education (Administration) (Magna Cum Laude) 2003 from University of Ottawa. [email protected]. more…
  • 16554 Mr Joshua C Hodgson (RRMC RMC 1988) serves as Senior Trade Commissioner, International Trade Canada at the Canadian High Commission in Port of Spain and is also accredited to Guyana and Suriname. Mr. Hodgson previously worked in Vancouver covering the software and new media sectors as well as China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Before this, he was posted to the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (Taiwan). He also worked on temporary assignments in Tel Aviv, Israel and San Francisco, USA. He has a Master of Science (Economics) in European Studies from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts from The Royal Military College of Canada. He is fluent in English and French and also speaks Mandarin. He became a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) in 2003. [email protected]
  • 17463 Captain (ret’d) Robin RK Brulotte (RRMC RMC 1990) joined the Aircraft Fuel and Hydromechanical Systems Section of Transport Canada in 2000, as a new flight test engineer. Robin came to Transport Canada after 13 years in the military. In the Directorate of Technical Airworthiness her primary responsibility was the project management of the Department of National Defence (DND) certification of the Canadian SAR Helicopter, the Cormorant. Previous tours include two years as a rotary wing Flight Test Engineer at the Aerospace Engineering and Test Establishment in Cold Lake, AB, a year on course at the United States Naval Test Pilot School in Patuxent River, MD, and four years as a maintenance officer for a fleet of 25 CF-5 aircraft at 419 Squadron, also in Cold Lake. Robin has a B.Eng. in Fuels and Materials from the Royal Military College. [email protected]
  • 19106 Major Daryl J Collins 1989 (CMR 1994) is a Search and Rescue helicopter pilot with the Canadian Forces. He joined the military in 1989 (ROTP), graduating from the Royal Military College in St-Jean, Quebec. After getting his wings in 1995, he spent the first three years of his helicopter life as a CH-146 Griffon pilot stationed in Goose Bay, Labrador. In the summer of 1998, he began flying the H-46 Labrador helicopter stationed in Greenwood, Nova Scotia. Then in the summer of 2002 he was transferred to Central Flying School (CFS) in Winnipeg, Manitoba where he head up the Human Performance in Military Aviation (HPMA) Flight. He has accumulated about 2300 hours so far and he also currently holds a civilian ATPL-H license and instrument rating. He is currently working on a Masters of Aeronautical Science (specializing in Human Factors and System Safety). more…
  • 19208 Mr Luc J.M.L. Martineau (CMR RMC 1994) is the Vice-President of Applied Aeronautical Systems Inc. (AASI) in Montreal. He holds a B.Eng. in computer engineering from the Royal Military College of Canada, and is a current CRJ 100/200/700/900 airline pilot with over 5,000 hours. He is also a professional engineer in the field of avionics and a member of the OIQ. For three years, he was on the B777 avionics integration program at CAE Electronics, and was involved in the certification of commercial flight simulators for more than 10 major airlines worldwide. more…

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