Paul Lamontagne has been named president of Look Communications Inc. The former EVP/COO of Look’s Quebec and Eastern Ontario division succeeds David Parkes, who left last June. Roger Tinley is the new VP space systems at Telesat Canada. He has been with the company since 1979, serving most recently as director of satellite systems. Vancouver’s Clearigo Solutions Inc has appointed Geoff Catliff to its board of directors. Catliff is a director of the Columbus Group, an Internet consulting firm now wholly-owned by Telus. Victor Giacomin is the new CFO at West Bay Semiconductor Inc of Vancouver. He has 19 years experience in the financial field, having worked for Norsat International Inc, Avcorp Industries Inc, and Future Shop. Janet Callaghan, senior VP integrated marketing at Bell Globemedia, has been told her contract is not being renewed. She developed integrated multi-platform advertising opportunities involving print, TV and the Internet for the BCE subsidiary. Callaghan has more than 20 years of marketing and media experience as a managing partner with The Media Company/Media Buying Services. Her position became redundant when Globemedia hired onetime Global TV president Kevin Shea. FCC commissioner Gloria Tristani left her position last Friday. A Democratic appointee, she is returning to New Mexico and a rumoured run for the state’s U.S. Senate seat in next year’s election. Scott Marcus has been named senior advisor for Internet technology at the commission. He is the former chief technology officer for Genuity, a network services provider from Woburn MA.The commission has also appointed five new lawyers to its enforcement bureau. The market disputes resolution division of the bureau has hired Rosemary McEnery and Lisa Saks, both of whom are currently partners at the firm of Howrey Simon Arnold & White. Joining the investigations and hearings division is Jenner & Block partner Maureen Del Duca, who will serve as deputy division chief. Signing on as staff attorneys for the division are David Janas from Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo, and Hillary De Nigro from Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. Cheryl Barker is now acting as president/CEO of Bell Intrigna. The EVP finance/CFO of Manitoba Telecom Services Inc is replacing Murray Korth, who has left the firm. Before joining MTS in 1987, Barker worked for the Manitoba department of finance and for Peat, Marwick & Mitchell (now KPMG). BCE Emergis Inc has appointed Faye Baggiano as president of its North American eHealth solutions group. She joins the company from EDS, where she was president of the health care global industry group. She succeeds George Blake, who is stepping down for personal and health reasons.