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Join us for lunch as we celebrate the opening of the 2018 shipping season with the Port of Thunder Bay!

Thursday, April 5 | 11:30am – 1:30pm

Registration:
$20 Members & Non-Members

Thursday, April 5, 2018
11:30am – 1:30pm

Victoria Inn Hotel
Embassy Room

Join us with the Port of Thunder Bay to celebrate the beginning of the 2018 shipping season and talk about the year ahead.

Guest speaker:
Julie Lambert
Senior Director, Commercial
Canada Steamship Lines
(see Julie’s bio below)

Agenda:
11:30AM    Check-in
11:45AM    Lunch
12:20PM    Opening Remarks & Keynote Presentation

About Our Speaker

Julie Lambert
Senior Director, Commercial
Canada Steamship Lines

Julie Lambert joined CSL in 2012. In October 2017, Ms. Lambert was appointed head of Canada Steamship Lines’ Commercial team. In this position, she oversees the delivery of quality customer service to CSL’s existing client base and the development of new opportunities for the company throughout the Great Lakes and Atlantic Canada.

Prior to joining the Commercial team, Ms. Lambert was Assistant General Counsel for The CSL Group. She was responsible for the provision of legal services to the Commercial group, both in Canada and internationally.

Ms. Lambert has degrees in finance and common law from the University of Saskatchewan, and a civil law degree from the University of Ottawa. She is a member of both Quebec and Ontario Bars.

The Leaders Luncheon series is graciously sponsored by Cornerstone Member Intercity Industrial Supply.

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