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Hunter Adds New Regional Manager In Canada

Hunter Canada (Newmarket, ON) has created a fourth region: the Central Canada Region, which is comprised of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, the Territory of Nunavut, as well as parts of Ontario. Rob Ross has been promoted to manage of this newly created region.

Ross earned the “President’s Club Award” for both years (2011 and 2012) he represented Hunter as a sales representative. He now reports to the Darcy Tallon, director of Canadian operations.

Regional boundaries for Canada’s three other regions have been modified as follows:
• Region 700: John Peron manages field assets in southeastern Ontario and some territories in Quebec.
• Region 800: Jacques Gagne continues to manage the Maritimes, Atlantic Canada and parts of Quebec not managed by John Peron.
• Region 900: Greg Amyotte manages Alberta and British Columbia, along with the Yukon and Northwest territories.

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