Tony Gaffney has been named president of Bell Nexxia. He is a veteran of SHL Systemhouse Inc. and MCI. He succeeds Randy Reynolds, who is now president of Bell West (NL, Apr. 23/02). Network Associates Inc. has made two appointments to its Canadian operations. Gus Malezis is now SVP McAfee corporate brand management. As he moves into this newly-created position, his replacement as Canadian GM/VP is Jack Sebbag. Sebbag was regional director of sales for eastern Canada for the company and previously worked at EDS Innovations. Bob Carrick has resigned as VP, ADSL operations and policy, for the Residential Broadband Users’ Association. He will concentrate on his other interests, as CEO of CanadianISP.com and president of Carrick Solutions in Ottawa. The Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation has selected Christopher Henderson, CEO of the Delphi Group, as chair of the board. OCRI has also named Jacques Guerette as vice-chair. He is VP communications at Zarlink Semiconductor. Both people will serve on OCRI’s board until next April. Voice IQ has named James Wall as EVP sales. The Toronto-based digital audio software firm has also appointed Rahim Mawji as chief technical officer. Andrew Foti has joined the Ottawa office of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP as a partner in the technology practice group. Formerly with Ogilvy Renault, he has over 15 years experience in the field. Stuart Langford and Andrée Noël have been reappointed to the CRTC. Each will begin a new five-year term starting in November. The Prime Minister’s Office has named Jim Munson as senior communication advisor. The veteran newsman worked on Parliament Hill for Standard Broadcasting and CTV News and headed several foreign bureaus for the television network. The United Telecom Council has elected Bernard Jacob as chair of its board of directors. Currently director of information security and program management for Southern Co. of Atlanta, he had been the Washington (D.C.) lobbyist for the firm and previously worked at Mississippi Power. Michael Powell has been reappointed as chair of the Federal Communications Commission. He has been on the American regulatory board since November 1997 and chair since January 2001. JR Shaw, executive chair of Shaw Communications, was named an officer of the Order of Canada in a recent series of appointments. This is the latest in a long list of tributes paid to the man who founded the communications firm in 1966. Ryan O’Neill has been appointed sales/marketing coordinator of Decima Publishing Inc. He has worked for Powderban, Nomad Industries, Metro magazine and the Ottawa Business News.