Investor Relations

Directors' Bios


Albrecht W.A. Bellstedt, BA, JD, QC
Canmore, Alberta, Canada

Mr. Bellstedt is President of A.W.A. Bellstedt Professional Corporation, a consulting services firm.  Mr. Bellstedt retired in February 2007 as the Executive Vice-President, Law and Corporate of TransCanada Corporation (a diversified energy services company), having held senior executive positions at TransCanada Corporation since 1999.  Mr. Bellstedt was previously a partner with a predecessor to the law firm of Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP where he specialized in transactional work including securities law, mergers and acquisitions, banking and venture capital investments.  Mr. Bellstedt is a director of a number of public companies, including: (a) Canadian Western Bank, where he is the Chair of the Governance and Nominating Committee and a member of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee; and (b) Capital Power Corporation, where he is the Chair of its Compensation, Governance and Nominating Committee and a member of its Health, Safety and Environment Committee.  Mr. Bellstedt is also a director of various private companies.

 

David J. LeMay
Calgary, Alberta

Mr. LeMay was appointed President & Chief Executive Officer and a Director of the Corporation effective June 1, 2013.  Prior thereto Mr. LeMay served as President & Chief Operating Officer from July 2012 to May 31, 2013.  Previously, Mr. LeMay was President of Churchill Services Group (now Stuart Olson Industrial Inc.), which provides integrated products and services on behalf of the Corporation’s Industrial Services segment and Stuart Olson Dominion's Industrial.  Mr. LeMay has also served as President and COO of Laird Electric Inc., one of the Corporation's subsidiaries.  During his 25 years in the construction industry he has been involved in all aspects of the field from estimating through to project management.  Mr. LeMay is a licensed construction electrician and has an MBA from Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, which he obtained while leading Churchill Services Group as President.  He is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization. 

 

Mary C. Hemmingsen, CPA
Vancouver, BC

Ms. Hemmingsen currently serves on the advisory board for InstarAGFAsset Management Inc., and the governing board for Women in Energy Canada, is the Board Chair of Trace Water Solutions Ltd, and is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for North West Innovation Works, a multi-national partnership committed to building clean-tech facilities. Prior to North West Innovation Works, Ms. Hemmingsen served as a KPMG Canada Partner, Canadian Power and Utilities Lead and KPMG's Global Head Gas and LNG, where she provided strategic advice and support for project and market development to global and regional energy entities. Prior to KPMG, Ms. Hemmingsen was Senior Vice President Business Development for Brookfield Power and Utilities, advancing Brookfield's North American and global development interests.

Ms. Hemmingsen is a British Columbia based Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA). Ms. Hemmingsen completed the Harvard Business School Executive Management Program and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Simon Fraser University.

 

Raymond D. Crossley
Calgary, AB

Mr. Crossley currently serves on the boards of Obsidian Energy, Alberta Securities Commission and Canada West Foundation, and is the Chief Financial Officer of the Calgary Health Trust. Mr. Crossley was a Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP ("PwC") since 1996, where he joined in 1981 and retired in 2015. He served in various managerial and executive roles during his time with PwC including Managing Partner, Western Canada and Managing Partner of PwC's Calgary office.

 

Chad Danard
Calgary, Alberta

Mr. Danard is a Managing Director at TriWest Capital Partners, a Calgary-based private equity firm that has raised over $1.25 billion of committed capital across five funds.  Mr. Danard is involved in all aspects of TriWest’s investing activities and has participated as a director of a number of current and former TriWest portfolio companies. Prior to joining TriWest in 2005, Mr. Danard worked at Morgan Stanley in the Global Energy and Utility Group in New York and in the Canada Group in Toronto. While at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Danard was involved in a variety of mergers and acquisitions-related strategic advisory assignments, equity offerings and both private and public debt financings. He received a Bachelor of Commerce degree (finance concentration) from the Queen’s University School of Business, where he graduated as the top ranked student in the program.

 

Carmen R. Loberg
Calgary, Alberta

Mr. Loberg is a corporate director. Prior thereto Mr. Loberg was President and CEO of Norterra Inc. (“Norterra”) for a 10 year period until June 2010.  Norterra is a privately-held investment management company, and as President and CEO of Norterra, Mr. Loberg was responsible for managing its diverse investments in transportation, logistics, manufacturing and industrial supplies.  Mr. Loberg is currently a director of HNZ Group Inc., McCoy Corporation and the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (Port Metro Vancouver), where he is a member of the Audit Committee and the Human Resources and Compensation Committee.  He is also a director of Vector Industries, a privately-held company based in Edmonton, Alberta.  He is a former director of the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation and a former director of Arctic Net, a University Center of Excellence in Arctic Research based out of Laval University. 

 

David C. Filmon
Winnipeg, MB

Mr. Filmon, who currently serves as the Chair of MLT Aikins LLP and is a Member of the firm's Executive Board and Partner since 1998, practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and securities law with an emphasis on advising public company boards and corporate governance. Mr. Filmon is nationally recognized for his contributions to the legal and business communities, and has extensive board experience. He is the City of Winnipeg's nominee to the Board of CentrePort Canada, where he was recently elected as Chair.

 

Ian M. Reid, BComm
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Mr. Reid is a corporate director and independent businessperson. He retired from Finning International Inc. in 2008 after a 30-year career, which included 11 years as President of Finning (Canada) Ltd. In addition to the public company directorships set out below, Mr. Reid serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Fountain Tire Ltd., a privately held corporation owned in partnership with Goodyear Canada, Associated Engineering and Voice Construction OPCO ULC.  He served as the Chair of the Board of Governors of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology from 2003 until 2007 and has been a member of numerous other community and industry associations. Mr. Reid holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan and is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.