Fisher steps down as CNC board chair

The College of New Caledonia will be getting a new board of governors chair.

Jason Fisher, whose term ended Dec. 31, said he will not be seeking another term on the board, due to professional demands stemming from his work in the wood industry, according to a CNC press release issued Friday.

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Robert (Lee) Doney will be the acting chair until a new board executive is elected. Doney has been the vice chair for the past eight months.

"We are all very sorry to see Jason leave," Doney said. "During his time on the board, he has made significant contributions and his leadership has been greatly appreciated."

There is also be a new face on the board. Local lawyer Gil Malfair began his first term on Dec. 14.

As well as running Malfair Law, he is a director for the Northern British Columbia Freestyle Club and a volunteer with the Prince George Ringette Association.

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