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Letter from the President

mgaalDear CIC Friends,

Welcome to the website for CIC-Saskatoon!

We have had a full and exciting list of speakers over the past year and thank you all for your participation. We are now preparing for the upcoming roster, seeking an equally diverse and informative slate of thought provoking presenters. While we will be taking things a bit easy over the summer in terms of events, we will be working behind the scenes to finalise this schedule of exciting international practitioners.

In the meantime, please take some time to look through some of our past events – and watch this site (as well as our Facebook and LinkedIn presence) for surprise gatherings that may happen this summer.

In the meantime, keep yourself informed on world events.

Looking forward to talking with you in September, if not before.

Yours,

Martin Gaal
President, CIC-Saskatoon

 

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President                               Vice President                            Immediate Past President
Martin Gaal                             Michael Blain                                 Daniel Sutherland
Treasurer                              Office Services                           Communications Chair
Val Schneider                         George James                                 Dennis Nichol
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Alan Anderson
John Cross
Carin Holroyd
Hans Michelmann
Reita Palmer
Ron Wheeler

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