About Us

ABOUT THE CANADIAN CAPITAL CITIES ORGANIZATION

Who Belongs to the CCCO?

The CCCO includes participants from the federal, provincial, territorial and municipal sectors and the private sector. These participants are representatives from each capital who want to work together to promote the historic, cultural, economic and symbolic heritage of the capitals of Canada.

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CCCO Conference 2014 delegates.

Board of Directors

Capital Cities

Ric Mercer
Pippy Park Commission
St.Johns

Clifford Lee
Mayor
Charlottetown

Dona Hurry
City of Charlottetown

Marilyn Kerton
City Councillor
Fredericton

Francoise Mercure
Presidente and Directrice General
Commission De La Capitale Nationale Du Quebec, Quebec

Bob Monette
City Councillor
Ottawa

Matt Allard
Councillor
St. Boniface, Winnipeg

Nancy Cherney
Provincial Capital Commision
Regina

Al Chapman
Legislative Assembly
Edmonton

Robin Campbell
Sustainability Coordinator
Iqaluit

Madeleine Redfern
Mayor
Iqaluit

Charlayne Thornton-Joe
City Councillor
Victoria

Mike Gladish
City Councillor
Whitehorse

Federal Partners

Denis Racine
Director General
Department of Canadian Heritage

Chaouki Dakdouki
Director
Capital Interpretation and Commemorations, Ottawa

Dr. Mark Kristmanson
Chief Executive Officer
National Capital Commission

Natalie Page
Executive Director
Marketing and Business Development, National Capital Commission

Administrative Support

Tiffany Pawlett
Executive Assistant

Executive

Sandy Hickman
President
City Council, St. John’s

Marianne Alto
Vice-President
Councillor, City of Victoria

Bernadette McIntyre
Treasurer
Wascana Centre Authority, Regina

Linda Bussey
Secretary
Deputy Mayor, Yellowknife