Kasia Majewski has joined the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association as director of government affairs. Majewski was most recently a policy analyst at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.   Navigata Communications Inc. has named James Pitt as its president and CEO, effective July 18. Pitt joins the company from GT Group Telecom where he was most recently VP and GM of the eastern and Atlantic regions’ national partner program. He had held a number of different positions with GT since 1999. Prior to GT, he worked at Shaw Communications in a variety of positions including VP and GM of Shaw Paging and VP and GM of Shaw Mobilecomm.  Peter Robertson, of Robertson Consulting & Mediation, has registered as a lobbyist for HGI Wireless. He will lobby the government in the areas of transportation, fleet management and security. Vijay Dube has been appointed VP of marketing and business development at Wavesat Inc. He will be responsible for partnerships and alliances as well as leading the company’s global marketing opportunities. Dube joins Wavesat from Atsana Corp. where he was VP of marketing and business development. Prior to that, he founded Dipix Technologies.  Infowave Software has announced that CEO Jerry Meerkatz will be stepping down from his position as of Aug. 31, 2005. He plans to pursue another opportunity outside of the mobile applications software space. Under Meerkatz tenure, Infowave transformed itself from a provider of wireless middleware products to a provider of vertical industry enterprise mobile applications. Robert Reid has been added to the board of directors of MDSI Mobile Data Solutions Inc. The announcement was made at the company’s annual general meeting on June 2 in Richmond B.C. Most recently, Reid was president of Duke Energy’s Canadian operations. Prior to that he served as executive VP and COO of Westcoast Energy.  L-3 Communications Canada Ltd. has retained the lobbying services of Richard Cohen, RSC Strategic Connections Inc. Cohen has registered as a federal lobbyist to sell L-3’s portfolio of security wares. Claudine Renauld has joined the CRTC as director general of communications to replace Denis Carmel. Carmel will work with her during a transition period. CRTC commissioner Andrée Wylie is retiring from the commission at the end of the summer. She is being replaced by Michel Arpin.Shift Networks Inc. has hired Telus Mobility veteran John MacDonald as its new VP of sales and marketing. The move is effective June 13. Martine Corriveau-Gougeon has joined the board of directors of the Canadian Commercial Corporation. She spent 30 years in the telecommunications industry with Bell Canada, Silonex and Télébec.