Business & Policy
Canola Council and Canadian Oilseed Processors Association strengthen relationship
Apr. 9, 2013, Winnipeg, MB - The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) is extending a full range of services to the Canadian Oilseed Processors Association (COPA) in a move that will bring the two associations closer.
According to CCC, the agreement will better align the activities of the two associations, and will maximize the effectiveness that comes with a closer working relationship.
The Boards of Directors of COPA and the CCC have established a service agreement through which COPA secures the requirements of its association management from the CCC.
Jim Everson will take on the role of Executive Director of COPA, leading the day to day management of that organization. He will continue to serve as CCC Vice-President, reporting to the President, Patti Miller. He remains in Ottawa leading government relations activities for both COPA and the CCC. After many years of dedicated service as COPA President, Bob Broeska is retiring as President of COPA and will remain with the organization during a period of transition.
April 9, 2013 By Canola Council of Canada