2016 EHRC Awards of Excellence

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Conference Venue: St. Andrew Club, 150 King St. West, Toronto, ON

December 8th, 2016 – Toronto, Ontario

The electricity workforce event of the year!

The Electricity Human Resources Canada 2016 Awards of Excellence Luncheon is dedicated to the electricity and renewable energy industry workforce.

This afternoon national event brings business leaders and human resource professionals together. Attended by employers, labour, education, and government representatives working for and with the sector, the aim of this event is to connect, convene and inspire the industry. It represents a unique opportunity to collaborate and learn with your peers.

EHRC’s Awards of Excellence will be presented at a special luncheon. These awards celebrate extraordinary achievements and give national recognition to the champions of excellence who are making a positive and tangible impact on the workforce.

Networking – 11:30am

Luncheon and Awards – 12:00pm to 2pm

Keynote Speakers

EHRC is delighted to announce our Keynote Speakers:


Mr. Bob Delaney as our Keynote Speaker.  Mr. Delaney is serving in his fourth term representing the western Mississauga neighbourhoods of Lisgar, Meadowvale and Streetsville. At the Legislature, Bob serves as Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Energy. He was previously Ontario’s Chief Government Whip, and the Chair of Ontario’s Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs, which is responsible for consideration of the Ontario Budget.


Mr. Bruce Campbell has been President and the Chief Executive Officer of Independent Electricity System Operator since May 2013. Under Mr. Campbell’s leadership, the IESO oversees the safe and reliable operation of Ontario’s bulk electrical system − one of the most diversified, reliable and efficient markets in the world. Mr. Campbell has over 30 years of regulatory and executive experience in the energy sector. In his most recent position as Vice President of Resource Integration, Mr. Campbell oversaw preparations in power system operations for the integration of  wind and solar generation in the province. Recruited from a successful legal career, where he regularly appeared before the Ontario Energy Board and other tribunals, Mr. Campbell joined the IESO as Vice President, Regulatory and Legal Affairs in 2000. In addition, Mr. Campbell serves on NERC’s Member Representative Committee and on the ISO/RTO Council, which works to develop effective processes, tools, and standard methods for improving competitive electricity markets across North America. A member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Mr. Campbell also holds the Institute of Corporate Directors ICD.D (Certified Director) designation.

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For more information about the EHRC 2016 HR Awards of Excellence:

Michelle Branigan
Chief Executive Officer
613-235-5540 ext. 235