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Effective 1st April 2016, due to a shortage of funding, CEMA suspended operations until further notice. 

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Press Release

October 22, 2012

CEMA announces New President

Fort McMurray, Alberta – The Cumulative Environmental Management Association (CEMA) Board of Directors has unanimously elected Shannon Flint as its new President. Ms. Flint is the representative for the Government of Alberta Environment & Sustainable Resources Development, where she is the Assistant Deputy Minister of Policy.

The CEMA Board is comprised of 16 members. Each of CEMA’s four caucuses’ Aboriginal, Government, Industry and Non Government Organization, elected four representatives to the CEMA Board. That Board then elected an executive which includes a President, Vice – President, Secretary and Treasurer. The CEMA Board is currently comprised of:

• Shannon Flint, President
  o Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
• Jumbo Fraser, Vice President
  o Fort Chipewyan Métis Local #125
• Ann Dort – McLean, Treasurer
  o Fort McMurray Environmental Association
• Fred Kuzmic, Secretary
  o Shell Canada
• Ruth Kleinbub
  o Fort McMurray Field Naturalists
• Murray Anderson
  o Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
• Ray Makowecki
  o Alberta Fish and Game Association
• Keith Windeler
  o Alberta Pacific Forest Industries Inc.
• Helene Walsh
  o Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
• Brian Makowecki
  o Department of Fisheries and Oceans
• Dan Stuckless
  o Fort McKay First Nation
• Ann Dort - McLean
  o Fort McMurray Environnemental Association
• Sarita Parks
  o Husky Energy
• Sandy Campbell
  o Imperial Oil
• Bill Loutitt
  o Métis Nation of Alberta Region One
• Melody Lepine
  o Mikisew Cree First Nation
• Michael Evans
  o Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo


A multi-stakeholder, non-profit society CEMA is a key advisor to the provincial and federal governments and is committed to respectful, inclusive dialogue and collaboration. It makes recommendations to government on the management of cumulative environmental effects of regional development on air, land, water and biodiversity.

For more information visit www.cemaonline.ca.

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Corey Hobbs
CEMA Communications
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