Order in Council
|472/2013||2013/12/18||Order assigning Dr. Hugh Grant and Mr. Richard Bel as members of the Public Utilities Board for the purpose of participating in the NFAT|
|128/13||2013/4/17||Order assigning The Manitoba Public Utilities Board with the task of completing The Needs For and Alternatives To (NFAT) review of Manitoba Hydro's proposed preferred development plan. Mr. Mel Lazareck and Mr. Arthur Mauro as member of the Public Utilities Board for the purpose of participating in the NFAT review.|
The following represents the Terms of Reference of the Needs For and Alternatives To Review of Manitoba Hydro's proposed preferred development plan as provided by The Province of Manitoba to the Manitoba Public Utilities Board on April 25, 2013.
Board sttaff and advisors will not:
an application for a hearing, usually by a regulated utility
public notice of hearing, which may be either a public hearing or a paper-based process
a pre-hearing conference attended by people interested in intervening
the public hearing or paper-based process
the board's decision, which comes in the form of an order
Board orders may be appealed to the provincial court on questions of law or jurisdiction.
Richard Bel, B.A., M.A. , M.Sc.
Co-owner and managing partner of the Fort Garry Hotel since 1994, this member is also the current Chair of the Forks North Portage Partnership. In addition to being a former owner of various Winnipeg restaurants, he was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Kobe University (Kobe, Japan) and the University of Manitoba. He has been appointed a member to examine Manitoba Hydro's preferred development plan.
Régis Gosselin, B ès Arts, MBA, CGA, Chair
Former Director of Corporate Services for the Canadian Grain Commission, this member has worked for the Fédération des Caisses Populaires and also Entreprise Saint-Boniface, a community economic development organization. He is a past Chair of the Société d'assurances dépôts des caisses populaires du Manitoba, Caisse populaire de Saint-Boniface and Centre Youville.
Hugh Grant, Ph.D. (Economics)
Marilyn Kapitany, BSc. Honours, MSc.
Appointed July 2012
A former senior Federal Government executive responsible for Western Economic Diversification Canada. Former Regional Director General of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (Manitoba) as well as Director of Industry Services at the Canadian Grain Commission.
Past Chair of the National Board of YM-YWCA of Canada and appointed as Canada's International Representative in 2014. Marilyn is a member of the Riverview Health Centre Board. Former Chair of the YM-YWCA of Winnipeg Board, and past member of Assiniboine Park Conservancy Board and Association of Professional Executives.
Appointed July 2012
Former Chief of Swan Lake First Nation.
Serves on the Board of Directors for Youville Centre. Former Vice-Chairman of the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council and Dakota Ojibway Child and Family Services. Served on numerous committees which includes former Chairperson of the Small Business Management and Dev. Committee of Keewatin Community College and past member of Chiefs Committee on Treaties and Self-Determination. Former Chairman of the Regional Advisory Board, Alcoholism Foundation of Manitoba. Served as City Councillor for the City of Thompson. Proprietor since 2006.