Doug Wilson has been named president and COO of Sony of Canada Ltd. He is replacing Hiro Sakai, who is returning to Sony Corp. in Tokyo after eight years in Canada.  Leonard Brody and Tryon (Tarrnie) Williams have been appointed to Infowave Software’s board of directors. Brody is on the board of several technology companies, and Williams is an independent consultant. Jacques Laurent has been appointed to Glentel Inc.’s board of directors. He is a partner at the Montreal law offices of Borden Ladner Gervais. Glen Brownlee, chairman and CEO of Tantalus Systems Corporation, has joined WebTech Wireless Inc.’s board of directors. Toronto resident Glen Davis was awarded $10,000 by Rogers Wireless for winning the grand prize in Rogers’ second annual National Gaming Championship: TXT2WIN Trivia Challenge. Richard Halka, executive VP and chief financial officer, is leaving Stratos Global Corp. Paula Sturge, Stratos’ senior VP, finance, has been appointed as interim CFO. CRTC commissioner Joan Pennefather has received a three-year re-appointment. Zhengong Chang, co-founder and chief technology officer of CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc., won the Chinese Canadian Entrepreneur Award for "Most Innovative." Sayed-Amr (Sisso) El-Hamamsy, president and CEO of Wi-LAN Inc., has been elected to its board of directors. Robert Schulz has resigned from his position as a director, citing personal reasons. Telecom consulting firm FOX GROUP has appointed John D. Cameron as senior telecommunications industry practice advisor and Susan Dineen as senior customer practice advisor.  The Honourable Mr. Justice Frank Iacobucci has announced his intention to retire from the Supreme Court of Canada at the end of June 2004.