McGuigan Appointed to Prince Rupert Port Authority Board

Tuesday, September 10, 2002
The City of Prince Rupert and district of Port Edward, Canada, have selected David McGuigan as the new Municipal Representative on the Board of Directors of the Prince Rupert Authority. McGuigan’s selection fills the vacant position left from the resignation of Mike Tarr earlier this year. McGuigan is the principal D.K. McGuigan and Associates, a business management consulting firm with a focus on economic development in the Prince Rupert area. McGuigan was formerly a senior account manager in the commercial lending division of CIBC before forming the consulting company in 2001. He is the cofounder and current chair of the North Coast Oil and Gas Task Force and has served on a number of boards throughout his tenure in Prince Rupert.
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