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The Honorable Aldéa Landry (Vice President) is a lawyer, business woman and highly respected figure in public life. She has truly helped shape public policy in her home province of New Brunswick, within Atlantic Canada and on a national scale.

In New Brunswick, Aldéa has served as deputy premier, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, and interim Minister of Fisheries. She also co-founded a successful law firm before launching her own business in 1993.

Aldéa is also currently the President of Landal Incorporated, a consulting firm based in Moncton that provides comprehensive counseling services in the areas of organizational and business development and international cooperation. She also acts as a Labour Relations Arbitrator.

A firm believer in life-long learning and personal development, Aldéa has taken a variety of courses in business administration and law over the years. She is a past Chair of the Board of Governors of the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council and co-chaired the Downey-Landry New Brunswick Commission on Excellence in Education. She is a member of the Security Intelligence Review Committee, an independent, external review body which reports to the Parliament of Canada on the operations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. As well, Aldéa serves many boards at the local, provincial and national levels, such as the Shaw Group, Fraser Papers and the Bragg Group of Companies.

In 2006, Aldéa was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada and she holds honorary degrees from the University of New Brunswick, Mount Saint Vincent University and the Université de Moncton. In 2003, Progress Magazine named her one of 20 Atlantic Canadians who exemplifies the spirit of progress in Atlantic Canada.

The Honorable Aldéa Landry is a lawyer, business woman and highly respected figure in public life. She has truly helped shape public policy in her home province of New Brunswick, within Atlantic Canada and on a national scale.

In New Brunswick, Aldéa has served as deputy premier, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, and interim Minister of Fisheries. She also co-founded a successful law firm before launching her own business in 1993. Aldéa is also currently the President of Landal Incorporated, a consulting firm based in Moncton that provides comprehensive counseling services in the areas of organizational and business development and international cooperation. She also acts as a Labour Relations Arbitrator.

A firm believer in life-long learning and personal development, Aldéa has taken a variety of courses in business administration and law over the years. She is a past Chair of the Board of Governors of the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council and co-chaired the Downey-Landry New Brunswick Commission on Excellence in Education. She is a member of the Security Intelligence Review Committee, an independent, external review body which reports to the Parliament of Canada on the operations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. As well, Aldéa serves many boards at the local, provincial and national levels, such as the Shaw Group, Fraser Papers and the Bragg Group of Companies.
In 2006, Aldéa was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada and she holds honorary degrees from the University of New Brunswick, Mount Saint Vincent University and the Université de Moncton. In 2003, Progress Magazine named her one of 20 Atlantic Canadians who exemplifies the spirit of progress in Atlantic Canada.
Aldéa has been an invaluable resource for Diversis. Her dynamic and positive approach drives every project she is involved with, and her eclectic knowledge and experience are a source of profound insight. Through Aldéa, Diversis is able to access a wide network of subject matter experts, influential decision-makers and community stakeholders, keeping our company on the cutting edge of developments in the areas essential to our clients.
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