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Marla Boltman to head up Friends

People | 02/02/2022 12:19 pm EST
Marla Boltman/ image courtesy Friends

Friends, formerly known as Friends of Canadian Broadcasting, announced Wednesday that Marla Boltman has been appointed as executive director and spokesperson, replacing Daniel Bernhard. 

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