Here's an excerpt from a story in Canadian Coin News about the new head of the Royal Canadian Mint. -Editor
A new master of the Royal Canadian Mint was recently appointed by Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Marie Lemay, who has extensive experience in public policy and served in senior leadership positions within the government over the past two decades, was
appointed to a five-year term. The order-in-council authorizing Lemay's appointment listed her annual salary range between $271,000 and $318,800. Her first day
was this Monday, Feb. 18.
"Her background in public policy and substantial experience in providing strategic advice and making decisions on complex and sensitive issues make her an
ideal fit for this important role," said Morneau. "I am certain that the Mint will benefit from the breadth of her expertise, and I wish her great success in
her new position."
Lemay succeeds interim president and CEO Jennifer Camelon, who was at the helm of the Mint since last summer, when Sandra Hanington suddenly resigned three
years into her five-year term, citing the need for an improved work-life balance.
To read the complete article, see:
Royal Canadian Mint's new master appointed to five-year term
Wayne Homren, Editor
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