Architecture Canada n°5 2nd semestre 2008
Architecture Canada n°5 2nd semestre 2008
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www.raic.org/2008 2007-2008 RAIC Board Members President Kiyoshi Matsuzaki, FRAIC 1st Vice-President and President-Elect Paule Boutin, FIRAC 2nd Vice-President and Treasurer Ranjit (Randy) K. Dhar, FRAIC (Ontario Southwest) Immediate Past President Vivian Manasc, PP/FRAIC Regional Directors Stuart Howard, FRAIC (British Columbia/Yukon) Leonard Rodrigues, FRAIC (Alberta/NWT) Andrew Wach, FRAIC (Saskatchewan/Manitoba) Ranjit (Randy) K. Dhar, FRAIC (Ontario Southwest) Ralph Wiesbrock, FRAIC (Ontario North and East/Nunavut) Conseil d’administration de l’IRAC – 2007-2008 Président Kiyoshi Matsuzaki, FRAIC Première vice-présidente et présidente élue Paule Boutin, FIRAC Deuxième vice-président et trésorier Ranjit (Randy) K. Dhar, FRAIC (Sud et Ouest de l’Ontario) Présidente sortante Vivian Manasc, PP/FRAIC Administrateurs régionaux Stuart Howard, FRAIC (Colombie-Britannique/Yukon) Leonard Rodrigues, FRAIC (Alberta/T.N.-O.) Andrew Wach, FRAIC (Saskatchewan/Manitoba) Ranjit (Randy) K. Dhar, FRAIC (Sud et Ouest de l’Ontario) Ralph Wiesbrock, FRAIC (Est et Nord de l’Ontario/Nunavut) Claude Hamelin Lalonde, FIRAC (Quebec) Daniel Goodspeed, FRAIC (Atlantic) Chancellor of College of Fellows Paul-André Tétreault, AP/FIRAC Council of Canadian University Schools of Architecture (CCUSA) Rick Haldenby, FRAIC Claude Hamelin Lalonde, FIRAC (Québec) Daniel Goodspeed, FRAIC (Atlantique) Chancelier du Collège des fellows Paul-André Tétreault, AP/FIRAC Conseil canadien des écoles universitaires d’architecture (CCÉUA) Rick Haldenby, FRAIC 6 ■ THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA/L’INSTITUT ROYAL D’ARCHITECTURE DU CANADA 365206_Ameristar.indd 1 4/11/08 5:24:12 PM
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