[Globe and Mail] A Winnipeg real estate mogul, a former president of the Montreal Canadiens and a Quebec sociologist and film historian have been named to the first board of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights by Canadian Heritage Minister Josée Verner.
Eight members – six men, two women – were named trustees late Wednesday by the minister. At press time last night, it was unclear if Ms. Verner might be naming more members to the board, which is scheduled to hold its first meeting in Winnipeg next month. The Museums Act allows the government to appoint as many as 11 trustees, including the chair.
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