Ann Dillon

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John Cochrane a été membre du Manitoba Press Council de 2003 à 2011, dont six ans à titre de président du Conseil.

Il a été éditeur du Winnipeg Sun au milieu des années 1990. Il a passé la majeure partie de sa carrière de 34 ans en radiodiffusion à Winnipeg, auprès de CJOB, une station de radio de nouvelles et d’information, où il a commencé comme annonceur et occupé des postes de direction pendant 22 ans.

Il a siégé à de nombreux conseils de l’industrie et conseils communautaires, dont l’Association canadienne des radiodiffuseurs, la Western Association of Broadcasters, l’Advertising Standard Council of Manitoba, le Red River Community College Communications Advisory Group, le Winnipeg Press Club, le St. Mary’s Academy High School Board, la St. Andrew’s Society, le Saint-Charles Golf and Country Club et le Manitoba Aboriginal Radio Network.

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Ann Dillon is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto and practised corporate law as a partner of two major Toronto law firms for almost 20 years. After a sabbatical in which she raised her four children, she served as a Canadian Citizenship Judge in Vancouver where she participated in a number of national working groups and represented the Citizenship Commission on legal panels relating to citizenship.

Ms Dillon has been a community volunteer, frequently in the educational field. She has served on a number of not for profit boards where her major focus was on strategic planning and governance. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts (economics) degree from Queen’s University and supplemented her legal training with courses in mediation and conflict resolution.

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