People on the Move: Stan Humphreys joins Colonnade Bridgeport

Pete Low and Karen Williams also among Ottawa executives accepting new positions


Stan Humphreys has joined Colonnade Bridgeport Realty as a leasing manager. He previously served as leasing director for Cominar REIT, GE Capital Real Estate and Dundee Realty.

Saba has expanded its executive team to include key leaders of Halogen Software. Pete Low, former chief financial officer at Halogen, has been named Saba’s CFO, and Karen Williams, previously chief product officer at Halogen, has been appointed Saba’s executive vice-president of customer advocacy.  

The Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health has appointed Dr. Harindra Wijeysundera as vice-president of medical devices and clinical interventions. Dr. Wijeysundera is a practising physician and scientist. He’s also an interventional cardiologist and clinician scientist at the Schulich Heart Centre, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and associate professor of medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr. Wijeysundera will divide his time between CADTH’s Ottawa and Toronto offices.

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Carleton University’s board of governors has appointed Alastair Summerlee as Carleton’s new interim president and vice-chancellor. Mr. Summerlee served two full terms as president and vice-chancellor at the University of Guelph, where he championed the importance of the student experience and teaching and learning, while also continuing to teach, supervise graduate students and conduct his own research.

Hats off

Mayor Jim Watson presented Algonquin College with the city’s highest honour – the Key to the City – in acknowledgement of the college’s 50th anniversary and its many contributions to the capital.

CENX was awarded the Outstanding Digital Enablement Vendor award at the Leading Lights Awards in recognition of its namesake product, which allows service providers end-to-end, real-time visibility into their network in a single pane. Leading Lights is an annual awards program hosted by Light Reading, a publication for the global communications networking and services industry.

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