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New England-Canada Business Council to Honor Lt. Governor Brian E. Dubie, State of Vermont, at Annual Leadership Award Breakfast
BOSTON, MA - September 8, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- The New England-Canada
Business Council (NECBC) will honor Lt. Governor Brian E. Dubie, State of Vermont, at
its Annual Leadership Award Breakfast, Friday, September 17, 2004, 7:30 a.m., at The
Fairmont Copley Plaza, 138 St. James Avenue, Boston, MA. The Honorable Paul
Cellucci, U.S. Ambassador to Canada, will be present at the award breakfast.
"NECBC presents this award annually to an individual who has displayed exceptional
leadership in promoting economic, political and cultural relations between Canada and
New England," says Paul Raymond, NECBC President. Lt. Governor Dubie was selected to
receive the award in recognition of his efforts with regard to international
relationships, specifically relationships between Vermont and the Province of Québec,
in the areas including commerce and tourism, environmental issues, energy, education,
transportation and border security.
Brian Dubie was sworn in as Vermont's new Lieutenant Governor on January 9, 2003. In
addition to his duties as presiding officer in the Vermont State Senate, Lt. Governor
Dubie chairs Governor Jim Douglas' Homeland Security Advisory Council. He is also
the Governor's liaison for International Relations, with a special focus on Asia, and
on Vermont's relationships with the Province of Québec and the nation of Canada,
across a variety of areas, including commerce and tourism, environmental issues,
energy, education, transportation and border security.
If you are interested in attending this breakfast event, please contact Suzanne
Storms at (508) 923-0365 or email her at necbc @ comcast.net. You may visit the
Council website at www.necbc.org for information about this event.
Formed in 1981, the NECBC brings together businesses and individuals with an interest
in the relationship and, more specifically, New England-Canada political, business
and cultural issues. Today, the Council's membership is composed of business leaders
from a wide range of sectors including banking, law, consulting, energy and
technology, as well as government and academic officials and individuals with links
to Canada. Membership in the NECBC is open to all with an interest in stimulating
the growth of New England-Canada ties.
Source of News:
New England-Canada Business Council (NECBC)
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