• Municipal Council
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Mount Royal, August 12, 2009 – After eight years of dedicated work on the Canadian Police College Advisory Board (CPC) Vera Danyluk chooses to vacate the position she held. She ends her current term with a sense of accomplishment after all those years.

The Advisory Board members serve for a three year renewable term. They provide support and advice to the CPC for the establishment of strategic priorities for high-quality police training. Non-police member implication is of great value since it provides perspectives from the various government levels, as well as the academic, business and volunteer sectors.

A ceremony was held at Mount Royal Town Hall on July 22 to mark Mrs. Danyluk’s departure. On the occasion, she received an etching from the hands of Cal Corley, CPC Director General, Lise Bisson, Strategic Planning and Communications Director and Yvan Delorme, Advisory Board Chair and Director of the Montreal police department.

In return, Mrs. Danyluk gave the College a painting from local artist Lucette Matar, a member the Mount Royal Table on Art (TRAM).