A senior advisor to CBC/Radio-Canada, a multimedia entrepreneur and a city councillor have been appointed full-time CRTC commissioners.Suzanne Lamarre (Quebec region) has been a senior advisor to CBC/Radio-Canada in Montreal since 2006, focusing on national and international strategy, planning and regulation. Both a lawyer and engineer, Lamarre has also held several management positions with the public broadcaster, including acting director of Regulatory Affairs for French-language networks. In 2007, she was a member of Canada's delegation to the International Telecommunication Union's World Radiocommunication Conference.Steve Simpson (BC and Yukon regions) took over in 2001 as chair of Totally Hip Software, which develops authoring tools for multimedia content. Previously, he was president of Identity Management Inc, a management consulting and public affairs company. Throughout his career, he has held several positions in the broadcasting industry, including various management and on-air radio broadcasting roles.Louise Poirier has served on city council for the City of Gatineau since 1999. She has 15-years experience in the area of communications, both in radio and television, and has managed Télé Québec's regional office, in addition to being a member of its board.Also, CRTC vice-chair Len Katz has been reappointed to another four-year term.