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2020 Executive

President

Sonia Powell – Public Services and Procurement Canada

President: Sonia Powell 

Rosa Paliotti

Sonia Powell
Director General, Workplace Solutions
Real Property Branch
Public Services and Procurement Canada
11 Laurier Street
Gatineau, QC J8X 4A6
Tel: 613.851.8536

Sonia Powell is the Director General for Public Services and Procurement Canada’s Real Property Services Branch Workplace Solutions service line. Sonia is accountable for delivery of the $185M annual fit-up program and for modernizing the Government of Canada workplace under the WP2.0 GCworkplace fit-up standards.

Sonia started her career in Acquisitions Branch in 1993 as a procurement officer in marine procurement. She subsequently joined Real Property Branch as a project manager. She held project management positions in Transport Canada and National Defence, managing infrastructure and environmental projects before returning to PSPC in 2011.

Sonia held various positions in RPB NCA Operations from 2011 to 2016 including leadership positions as the Regional Manager, NCA Geomatics; Project Director, AFD Real Property Team; Senior Director NCA Professional and Technical Services; and, Acting Director General NCA Operations. She has been a champion of several change initiatives and has led a number of successful organizational realignments.

Sonia has received a number of awards recognizing her work in the real property community. She holds the President position on the Real Property Institute of Canada (RPIC) Board of Directors a

Sonia is an engineer with a degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, with a specialization in Naval Architecture. She also holds a certificate as a functional specialist in real property.

First Vice President

Jean-François Robert - Public Services and Procurement Canada

First Vice-President, Communication and Outreach Portfolio : Jean-François Robert

Sonia Powell Jean-François Robert Senior 
Director General
Science and Parliamentary Infrastructure Branch
Public Services and Procurement Canada
107 Sparks Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0S5
Tel: 819.775.7113

Jean-François Robert is a Director General within Public Services and Procurement Canada’s (PSPC) Science and Parliamentary Infrastructure Branch. He currently leads multi-skilled teams in the management and delivery of real property and accommodation projects on and around Parliament Hill. He also oversees the delivery of projects in support of the Laboratories Canada Initiative by advancing the first phase of delivery of the 25-year Long Term Vision and Plan. Jean-François holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering. He has more than 20 years of project management experience, beginning his career as a professional engineer in the private sector, and later with the City of Gatineau. In 2009, Jean-François joined the Federal Public Service in PSPC’s Real Property Branch, moving to the Parliamentary Precinct Branch in 2013. He has a proven track record of providing sound strategic advice based on his strong project management principles, practices and techniques, as well as his in-depth knowledge and experience.  

 

Second Vice-President

Michael M. Nowlan – Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Second Vice President: Michael M. Nowlan

Michael NowlanMichael M. Nowlan, M PI.
Senior Advisor
Acquired Services and Assets Communities Management Office
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
 
90 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R5 
Tel: 613.219.6681

Michael Nowlan is currently a senior advisor with the Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS), Office of the Comptroller General’s Communities Management Office. His primary functions include working with the federal real property community and partners like the Real Property Institute of Canada (RPIC) and the Canada School of Public Service (CSPS) to ensure that the community has the skills, tools and competencies it needs to ensure the sound stewardship of the government’s sizeable asset base.  Prior to re-joining TBS where he started his federal career as a Policy Analyst, he held several positions at Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) including Chief of Portfolio Management and Policy and Performance Manager.

Outside of his work at TBS, Michael is also an active RPIC supporter. He’s currently serving his third term as a Director on RPIC’s Board of Directors, he has chaired two National Workshops and is currently RPIC’s 2nd Vice President.

Michael has a Master's degree from the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Queen's University and his background is in urban planning, real estate and policy.

 

Treasurer

Donna Jean Kilpatrick – Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Treasurer: Donna Jean Kilpatrick

Donna Jean Kilpatrick

Donna Jean Kilpatrick, P.Eng, FEIC 
Senior Advisor, Horizontal Fixed Asset Review
Office of the Comptroller General
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
90 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R5
Tel: 613-316-6267 

Donna Jean Kilpatrick is a Senior Advisor in the Office of the Comptroller General at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat where she is responsible for the Engineering Assets portion of the Horizontal Fixed Asset Review. Previously she held the position of Director of the Engineering and Technical Services Division in the Small Craft Harbours Program at Fisheries and Oceans Canada where she provided leadership on infrastructure asset management, technical standards, environmental regulatory compliance, climate change and contaminated sites programs for federal commercial fishing harbours across Canada. She has worked for the federal government since 2000, initially at NRCan on innovative processes for carbon dioxide capture at coal burning power plants and subsequently at Environment Canada, where as Chief, Chemical Industries, she developed new standards and regulatory instruments to reduce air emissions of toxic substances and greenhouse gases from Canadian industrial facilities. 

Donna Jean holds an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s University and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from the University of Ottawa. She has also completed the Queen’s Executive Program. Prior to joining the federal government she spent nine years working in the chemical and petroleum industries in Alberta and Ontario followed by nine years as a Professor at Algonquin College teaching courses in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, and Environmental Engineering technologies.  In addition to currently serving as Treasurer on the Board of Directors of the Real Property Institute of Canada, Donna Jean is the 2018 President of the Canadian Society of Chemical Engineering and also serves as a representative on the national board of the Engineering Institute of Canada. 

Past President

Rosa Paliotti - Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Past President: Rosa Paliotti

Heather Kane


Rosa Paliotti
Director, Materiel Management Policy Division, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
90 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R5
Tel: 613.369.3147

Rosa Paliotti is the Director of the Materiel Management Policy Centre in the Office of the Comptroller General at the Treasury Board Secretariat. She leads the ongoing development and oversight of the materiel management policy suite for the federal government. Previously, she held the position of Director of the Communities Management Office for the federal real property, materiel management, and procurement functional communities where she provided leadership for federal human resource strategies, recruitment, competencies, demographic studies, training and certification.

Rosa has worked for the federal government since 2001, initially at the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, leading the design projects for border crossings and subsequently at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, where she managed the Agency’s policy frameworks for real property, materiel and security. She also led the development of the Agency’s first investment plan and managed the capital vote. Rosa holds a Masters of Health Administration from the University of Ottawa and a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University in Montreal.  Prior to joining the federal government, she carried out audits for a number of consulting firms and also worked as a policy analyst with the Canadian Healthcare Association. Rosa has been active on a number of non-for profit Boards, most notably as a member of the Real Property Institute of Canada Board since 2009. She is currently Past-President, having served as President of the Institute from 2016 to 2019.

2020 Directors

Nancy Fahey – Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Director: Nancy Fahey 

Greg MacMillan

Nancy Fahey 
Executive Director, Assets and Security Management Directorate
Corporate Management Branch
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
59 Camelot, 1W Room 207
Ottawa, ON K1A 0Y9
Tel: 613.314.6539
 

Nancy Fahey is the Executive Director of the Assets and Security Management Directorate at the Canadian Food Inspection. Nancy in accountable nationally for Security, Environmental Management, Procurement and Real Property policy, planning and implementation. Nancy currently is the Agency's lead for GCWorkplace Solutions being implemented across the country and is also the CFIA functional lead for renewing federal science infrastructure. 

Nancy started her career at the Treasury Board Secretariat in 1990 in the Administrative Policy Branch. Over the course of her career Nancy has held positions in federal/provincial relations at Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, federal/provincial, industry relations and cabinet affairs at CFIA, and special investigations and values & ethics at Public Services and Procurement Canada. Nancy is an active member of CFIA's Corporate Management Committee, the governance board for investments, as well as the National Occupational Health and Safety Policy Committee where she has served on the Mental Health Sub-committee. Nancy has a degree in Public Administration from Carleton University.

Lyse Langevin – Department of National Defence

Director: Lyse Langevin
Co-Chair, 2019 RP National Workshop 

Lyse LangevinLyse Langevin
Director General, Indigenous Affairs 
Department of National Defence
110 O'Connor Street
Ottawa ON K1P 1H1
Tel: 613.854.1533

Lyse Langevin is currently the Director General, Indigenous Affairs at National Defence. Until her return to National Defence, she was Director General, Community Infrastructure Branch at Indigenous Services Canada. Ms. Langevin’s career has spanned across many corporate service areas including IM/IT, Business Management, and Real Property.

She has also held the position of Director General of Governance, Policy and Strategy, for Infrastructure and Environment at National Defence, and was responsible for various areas, including the management of infrastructure programs. National Defence is the largest property owner in Canada, and as such its infrastructure programs are significant and impact stakeholders across the country. This requires Ms. Langevin to build effective working relationships with Indigenous peoples, and other stakeholders. 

Ms. Langevin holds a Master of Business Administration from Concordia University in addition to a Master of Urban Planning, and a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from McGill University.

Lezlie Locke – Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Director: Lezlie Locke

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National Manager, Real Property Policy

Real Property & Project Management Policy
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
73 Leikin Drive Bldg. M1, 4th Floor, Room 901J
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R2
Tel: 613.843.5880

As part of the RCMP’s Real Property Management Branch, Lezlie Locke is responsible for the provision of real property policy advice, and for maintaining and updating the Property Management Manual (PMM), which is the RCMP’s substantive repository of policies, guidelines and technical bulletins that govern how the RCMP manages its real property assets and projects. Lezlie has 25 years of experience within the federal real property domain working with the RCMP and the Department of National Defence. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Biology) from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Greg MacMillan – Public Services and Procurement Canada

Greg MacMillan Director: Greg MacMillan

Greg MacMillan
Director General, Real Property and Security Directorate
Public Services and Procurement Canada  
140 O'Connor St.
Ottawa, ON K1A 0S5
Tel: 613.952.6190

 

Elizabeth Mah – Defence Construction Canada

Director: Elizabeth Mah

Elizabeth MahElizabeth Mah
Regional Director, National Capital Region

Defence Construction Canada
Minto Place, 14th Floor
180 Kent Street
Ottawa ON K1P 0B6
Tel: 613.949.7718 

Elizabeth Mah is the Regional Director, National Capital Region (NCR) for Defence Construction Canada (DCC). DCC is a Crown corporation that provides infrastructure and environmental services and full lifecycle support for Canada’s defence requirements. In her senior management role, Elizabeth is accountable for the overall leadership and management of the region. This responsibility includes overseeing all aspects of services delivery, human resources management, financial performance, leadership, and corporate governance and stakeholder relationships for the region. Regional service delivery is comprised of real property support in portfolio management, development planning and information systems support, as well as operational support services including GIS, computer-assisted design and building information modeling (BIM), facility maintenance services, preventative maintenance inspections, site asset management plans, and real property acquisition and disposal services.

Elizabeth Mah joined DCC in 1998 following her graduation from University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering degree. After spending five years working at the DCC Edmonton site, she transferred to Esquimalt, B.C. where she took on a number of roles including Assistant Manager, Site Operations and Program Support Team Leader. In 2011, Ms. Mah moved to the NCR where she assumed the role of Regional Operations Manager and was promoted to Regional Director for NCR in 2015. She holds the following designations: Professional Engineer, Project Management Professional, and the Canadian Construction Association Gold Seal Certification.

Ashley Maloney – Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Director: Ashley Maloney

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Real Property Information System Manager, Acquired

Services and Assets Sector
Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
90 Elgin Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R5
Tel: 343.548.4644

Working out of the Acquired Services and Assets Sector at Treasury Board of Canada’s Secretariat (TBS), Ashley Maloney is responsible for the long-term vision and management of TBS’s Real Property Information System which includes the Directory of Federal Real Property (DFRP) and the Federal Contaminated Sites Inventory (FCSI). There, he works with the federal real property community to ensure that the Government of Canada is informed about the scale of the major components of its real property inventory. Prior to joining TBS, he held several real property positions within Correctional Service Canada (CSC) where he worked on large-scale projects such as the National C-25 (Truth in Sentencing Act) Construction Program and the Strategic Disposal of Kingston Penitentiary. 

Marie Lyne Tremblay, Natural Resources Canada

Director: Marie Lyne Tremblay

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Marie Lyne Tremblay 
Deputy Director, Buildings Division
Office of Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada
580 Booth, 19B7-1
Ottawa, ON K1A 0E4
Tel: 343.292.6382

Marie Lyne Tremblay joined the federal public service in 1994 and in 2001, she headed the Institutional Buildings Group at the NRCan’s Office of Energy Efficiency, where she managed information and financial incentive programs to reduce energy consumption across Canada. In that capacity, her group contributed to the energy retrofit of 6000 buildings in Canada. She designed, managed, and assessed the impact of a series of buildings program, both for the institutional and private sector, including redesigning a support program for federal buildings. Her focus has always been to find the balance between promoting federal goals and policies while addressing the needs of the stakeholders, through program that support clear communications and impact assessment. She currently leads the Natural Resources Canada Greening Government Services at the Office of Energy Efficiency, as well as energy consumption data collection across Canada.

Marie Lyne has also worked in international science and technology policies, leading Canadian delegations in Asia, central America and Europe. In addition, she has supported social development in gender issues, through her work at the federal public service and as the Executive Director of a national NGO.

She has graduated from McGill in geology and worked for the Ontario Geological Survey. 

Elizabeth Tough, Global Affairs Canada

Director: Elizabeth Tough

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Elizabeth Tough, Director, Real Property Strategic Policy and Planning
Global Affairs Canada
200 Promenade du Portage
Gatineau QC
Tel: 343.203.0244

Liz is the Director of Real Property Strategic Policy and Planning for Global Affairs Canada. In this role, she leads global strategy, policy and investment governance for the stewardship of the Government of Canada real property platform around the world.  

Liz started her federal real property career in 2000 with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Pacific Region, returning home to Ottawa as the RCMP Director of Governance before moving to Public Services and Procurement Canada Real Property Branch.  Over the course of her career, she has worked in multiple real property areas from sustainable development to capital accounting and investment management to operational delivery.

She has a Masters of Environmental Design in Environmental Science from the University of Calgary and spent many years trekking the mountains to get it. 

Chris Vandyk, Canada Lands Company

Director: Chris Vandyk

Greg MacMillan

Chris Vandyk
Director Acquisitions
Canada Lands Company 
100 Queen Street, Suite 1050
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J9
Tel: 613.564.3024
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Chris Vandyk is the Director, Real Estate - Acquisitions for Canada Lands Company (CLC), and has been with CLC since June 2018. Prior to joining CLC, he worked in the Real Property Policy Division of the Treasury Board of Canada’s Secretariat (TBS), and has also held several real property positions within the Correctional Service Canada (CSC).

Within Canada Lands Company, Chris, working closely with the CLC’s regional offices, is responsible for the organization's acquisition of surplus strategic properties from the federal government with the objective of optimizing the financial and community value of these surplus assets. With over 10 years experience in the federal real property field, he has worked on a number of major federal realty projects focussing mainly on the disposal of strategic properties.

He has a Master’s degree in Urban & Regional Planning from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario

 

Bill Varvaris – Department of Fisheries and Oceans

Director: Bill Varvaris

Tara DinsmoreBill Varvaris 
Director General
Real Property and Environmental Management
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
300 Laurier Ave. W
Ottawa, ON K1A 0E6 
Tel: 613.408.7985

Bill Varvaris is the Director General for Real Property and Environmental Management at the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Bill is accountable for overseeing the management of a diverse and complex real property portfolio valued at over $5.7B, and accountable for the delivery of an annual budget of over $200M. Bill started his professional employment as a policy advisor to the Minister of Natural Resources Canada and reached the post of Chief of Staff to the Minister of Industry. In 2006, Bill commenced his career in the federal civil service at Public Works and Government Services Canada in the Real Property Branch (RPB) where he held several positions in both the Strategic Planning, Administration and Renewal (SPAR), and Portfolio Management sectors. Bill’s experience extends to the international forum where he held the position of Executive Director at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan prior to joining the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development as a real property project director while posted in New Delhi, India. Bill has been a Member of the Board for the National Executive Forum for Public Property since 2017.

  
2020 Non-Federal Directors

Catherine Dallaire – KPMG

Non-Federal Director: Catherine Dallaire
Catherine Dallaire
Manager, KPMG 
150 Elgin St. 
K2P 2P8
Tel: 613.212.2910
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Mike Ketcheson – Colliers Project Leaders

Director: Mike Ketcheson

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Vice President, Colliers Project Leaders
150 Isabella, Suite 700
Ottawa, ON K1S 1V7
Tél : 613.218.4330 

Wayne Liko – Horizant Solutions

Non-Federal Director: Wayne Liko 
Co-Chair, 2021 Forum in the Workplace 

Wayne LikoWayne Liko
Managing Partner, Horizant Solutions 
135 Michael Cowpland Drive Suite 400
Ottawa, ON K2M 2E9
Tel: 613.796.3366
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With over 20 years in the Real Property and Facilities Management industry, Wayne Liko oversees Horizant’s business operations. Throughout his career, Wayne has been involved in providing technology solutions for small, medium and large clients across all industry sectors. Wayne’s strengths include his focus on building lasting partnerships with clients and other key service providers alike, along with his depth of industry and technology knowledge.

 

Robert van Wyngaarden – AECOM

Non-Federal Director: Robert van Wyngaarden

Robert vanWyngaardenRobert van Wyngaarden, DERS, GISP
Senior Manager, Canadian Real Property Solutions
AECOM
302 - 1150 Morrison Drive
Ottawa, ON K2H 8S9
Tel: 613.820.8282 ext 249 
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Robert van Wyngaarden is the Senior Manager of Canadian Real Property Solutions for AECOM Canada and is based in Ottawa, Ontario. In this capacity, Robert works with AECOM across Canada and the United States to help in developing and expanding AECOM’s real property business with defence and civilian departments and agencies. 

Robert has more than 25 years leading business development for a number of firms in the engineering and environmental consulting industries. Robert’s diverse career has included extensive experience in solutions selling and working with multi-disciplinary teams to deliver consulting solutions in domestic and international settings. In addition, he has over 20 years’ experience in the geomatics industry, active in GIS and remote sensing tools and GIScience as applied to many industries including the public sector, oil and gas, mining, telecommunications and health care. Robert started his career with the former Lands Directorate of Environment Canada. 

He has a B.Sc. from McGill University, in Physical Geography, as well as having completed a Graduate Diploma of Environmental Remote Sensing also from McGill University, in Montreal, Quebec.

Robert has been involved with the Real Property Institute of Canada in various capacities for the past 5 years. 

Silvano Mason – Deloitte Real Estate

Non-Federal Director: Silvan Mason
Co-Chair, 2021 Forum in the Workplace 

Silvano Mason

Silvano Mason, MCR, SLCR

Vice President | Corporate Real Estate Advisory

Deloitte Real Estate

8 Adelaide Street W
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
D: +1 (416) 643-8958 | M: +1 (416) 200-8279

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Silvano Mason is a Vice President within the Corporate Real Estate Advisory practice with 35+ years of Public Sector experience in the development and implementation of real estate strategies and programs supporting the overall goals of Public Services and Procurement Canada. With a proven track record as a strategist, analyst, planner, team leader, negotiator and business driver who has delivered results in client relationship management, program management and service management delivery.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Silvano was the Regional Director, Accommodation and Portfolio Management for Public Services and Procurement Canada, Ontario Region. The region’s portfolio consists of a variety owned, lease purchase and leases totaling approximately 9 million square feet.

He is a member of CoreNet Global and held the post of Vice President, Memberships on the Leadership Council of the Canadian Chapter of CoreNet Global from 2007 to 2010. He currently holds the Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) and Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate (SLCR) designations from CoreNet Global. In March of 2012, he also became a Director on the Board of The Real Property Institute of Canada. 

Workshop Chairs

Wayne Liko – Co-Chair, 2021 Forum in the Workplace

Non-Federal Director: Wayne Liko

Wayne LikoWayne Liko
Managing Partner, Horizant Solutions 
135 Michael Cowpland Drive Suite 400
Ottawa, ON K2M 2E9
Tel: 613.796.3366
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With over 20 years in the Real Property and Facilities Management industry, Wayne Liko oversees Horizant’s business operations. Throughout his career, Wayne has been involved in providing technology solutions for small, medium and large clients across all industry sectors. Wayne’s strengths include his focus on building lasting partnerships with clients and other key service providers alike, along with his depth of industry and technology knowledge.

Silvano Mason – Co-Chair, 2021 Forum in the Workplace

Non-Federal Director: Silvan Mason
Co-Chair, 2021 Forum in the Workplace 

Silvano Mason

Silvano Mason, MCR, SLCR

Vice President | Corporate Real Estate Advisory

Deloitte Real Estate
8 Adelaide Street W

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
D: +1 (416) 643-8958 | M: +1 (416) 200-8279

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Silvano Mason is a Vice President within the Corporate Real Estate Advisory practice with 35+ years of Public Sector experience in the development and implementation of real estate strategies and programs supporting the overall goals of Public Services and Procurement Canada. With a proven track record as a strategist, analyst, planner, team leader, negotiator and business driver who has delivered results in client relationship management, program management and service management delivery.

Prior to joining Deloitte, Silvano was the Regional Director, Accommodation and Portfolio Management for Public Services and Procurement Canada, Ontario Region. The region’s portfolio consists of a variety owned, lease purchase and leases totaling approximately 9 million square feet.

He is a member of CoreNet Global and held the post of Vice President, Memberships on the Leadership Council of the Canadian Chapter of CoreNet Global from 2007 to 2010. He currently holds the Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) and Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate (SLCR) designations from CoreNet Global. In March of 2012, he also became a Director on the Board of The Real Property Institute of Canada.

 

Lyse Langevin – Chair, 2020 Real Property National Workshop

Director: Lyse Langevin
Chair, 2020 RP National Workshop 

Lyse Langevin

Lyse Langevin
Director General
Department of National Defence
110 O'Connor Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 1H1
Tel: 613.854.1533

Lyse Langevin is currently the Director General, Indigenous Affairs at National Defence. Until her return to National Defence, she was Director General, Community Infrastructure Branch at Indigenous Services Canada. Ms. Langevin’s career has spanned across many corporate service areas including IM/IT, Business Management, and Real Property.

She has also held the position of Director General of Governance, Policy and Strategy, for Infrastructure and Environment at National Defence, and was responsible for various areas, including the management of infrastructure programs. National Defence is the largest property owner in Canada, and as such its infrastructure programs are significant and impact stakeholders across the country. This requires Ms. Langevin to build effective working relationships with Indigenous peoples, and other stakeholders. 

Ms. Langevin holds a Master of Business Administration from Concordia University in addition to a Master of Urban Planning, and a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from McGill University.

Clayton Truax - Chair, 2020 Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop

Director: Clayton Truax
Chair, 2020 Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop 

Clayton Traux
Directorate, Technical Services, Real Property Services
Public Services and Procurement Canada, National Capital Area
11 rue Laurier
Gatineau, QC K1A 0S5
613.816.2573

Khaled Manai – Chair, 2020 Marine Infrastructure National Workshop

Director: Khaled Manai
Chair, 2020 Marine Infrastructure National Workshop

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Chair 2020 Marine Infrastructure National Workshop
Lead Project Manager
Public Services and Procurement Canada
Tel : 418-649-8149    

RPIC Staff

Executive Director

Steven Brasier – Real Property Institute of Canada

Executive Director: Steven Brasier

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Real Property Institute of Canada
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Steven Brasier joined the Real Property Institute of Canada as Executive Director in June 2017.   

He has spent most of his career in senior management roles, working primarily with national non-profit organizations. He brings to RPIC a progressive leadership style, a pioneering spirit, and wide-ranging experience governance, operations, communications, policy, project management, partnership building and financial management.

Prior to joining RPIC, he worked as Executive Director of the Canadian Institute of Planners where he was responsible for operational management and personnel, financial administration, governance support, partnerships, project management, and overseeing the work of numerous volunteer committees. He also oversaw CIP’s role in upholding national certification standards and recognizing university planning programs, working in collaboration with seven provincial and regional planning institutes.

Before that, he served as Director of Communications for the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists, and as Manager of Publications for the Standards Council of Canada.

Executive Advisor

Ruth Brady – Real Property Institute of Canada

Executive Advisor: Ruth Brady

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Executive Advisor
Real Property Institute of Canada

Executive Secretary

Robin Baldwin – Real Property Institute of Canada

Robin Baldwin
Real Property Institute of Canada

 

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