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“The top reason Gen Y employees leave is a lack of career opportunities. If you can’t show them a path up, if you’re not going to mentor and support them, they’re out,” How Millennials Can Craft Successful Careers And Help Companies Thrive

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David Keselman to Acting CEO, Dehcho Health and Social Services Authority, Fort Simpson, NT
Joe Millage to Director Business Development, Cognisens, Montreal, QC
Michael Churm to Co-Chair, South West Ontario Health Links eHealth Coordinating Committee, ON
Dr. Stirling Bryan to CIHR Institute Advisory Board for the Institute for Health Services & Policy Research, Montreal, QC
Dr. Michelle Butler to Director, Midwifery Program, UBC, Vancouver, BC 
Ron Kaczorowski to Executive VP, ITPA Division, Europ Assistance, Thornhill, ON
Dennis Dymovich to Project Coordinator, Improvement Facilitator, Alberta Health Services, Lethbridge, AB
Ben McIssac to Director, Office of the Faculty of Development – Health Sciences, University of Alberta, Calgary, AB
Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher of Cleveland Clinic Canada to Head Team Physician, Toronto Argonauts Football Club, Toronto, ON
Stephan Ekmekjian to Health Care Compliance Officer, Johnson and Johnson, Markham, ON
Dr. Nancy Merrow to Chief of Staff, VP Medical Affairs, Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Orillia, ON
Richard Bordeleau to Senior Advisor, DiagnoCure, Québec, QC
Dr. Hisham Mahmoud to Group President, Infrastructure, SNC-Lavalin, Montreal, QC

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