Port Board Gets Another New Director

Kathy Brookes

Another new face is about to appear on the Board of Directors for the Prince Rupert Port Authority. 

The federal government has announced it's appointed business lawyer Rita Andreone to replace Bruce Hallsor, who was appointed in 2013. 

A news release from the Port says Andreone has over 30 years of experience practicing corporate commercial law in British Columbia. She works in risk management and corporate governance, and serves on a variety of boards including the Vancouver Foundation, the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, and is a past Director for the Law Society of British Columbia.

Ottawa has also re-appointed Ken Clayton to the board. 

The Port's board consists of seven members.

Last week, the B.C. government replaced long-time director Bud Smith with former Haida Nation President Peter Lantin as its representative. 

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