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News | 10/03/2001 4:00 am EDT

 new Government On-Line advisory panel has been announced by the Treasury Board. Guy Savard, vice-chair of the board and chair of the board for Quebec operations at Merrill Lynch Canada, and Barbara Stymiest, president and CEO of the Toronto Stock Exchange, will co-chair the panel. Other members include a roster of familiar faces from across the spectrum of academia and the private sector. They are: Andrew Bjerring, president and CEO of CANARIE Inc; Jim Carroll; Claude-Yves Charron, secretary general ORBICOM; Gaylen Duncan, president and CEO, ITAC; Michael Foulkes, EVP and CIO, TD Bank Financial Group; Mel Fruitman, president and CEO, Consumers Association of Canada; Grant Gisel, president and CEO, Sierra Systems; Robert Giroux, president, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, Serge Godin, chair, president and CEO, CGI Group Inc; Luce Lapierre, director, Canadian Federation for French Literacy; Jack Layton, president, Federation of Canadian Municipalities; David Marshall, EVP, CIBC; Kathy Marshall, national coordinator, Disabled Women’s Network Canada; Don McCreesh, SVP human resources, Celestica; Ronan McGrath, president shared services and CIO, Rogers Communications Inc; Robert Morine, VP and GM, public sector, IBM Canada; Monica Patten, CEO, Community Foundations of Canada; Gerald Pond, EVP and president of telecom and emerging business, Aliant Inc; Andrew Reddick, director of research, Public Interest Advocacy Centre; Jean-Pierre Soublière, president, Anderson Soublière Inc; Christian Trudeau, president and CEO, BCE Emergis; and David Zussman, CEO, Public Policy Forum.

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