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Providing Dog Guides to Canadians with Disabilities
Conseil d’administration
Le Conseil d’administration veille au succès de la Fondation des Lions du Canada à fournir des Chiens-Guides sans frais à des Canadiens atteints d’un handicap physique ou médical. Chaque membre est élu pour un mandant de trois ans en exceptant le président(e) du conseil d’administration élu(e) annuellement.

Membres de l’exécutif
  •  Andre Nimchuk
     Président du conseil d’administration

    • Andre is a longtime supporter of the Lions Foundation and has served the organization in many ways. As the Director for Alberta and Northwest Territories, Andre is working to promote and secure funds for the six Dog Guide programs.
      "Dog Guides are important because they provide safety, independence and freedom to their recipients"

  •  Paul Gauthier
     Vice-président, directeur pour Prince Edward Island

    • Paul Gauthier became a Lions club member in 2002. His club, Parkdale Sherwood Lions Club in Charlottetown, P.E.I., donated funds to sponsor a Dog Guide that year, and continues to donate each year, sponsoring a number of Dog Guide teams since. Paul considers it an honour to serve as Lions Foundation Director for P.E.I., and continues to promote the work of the organization, raising the funds in order to ensure more Canadians can receive a Dog Guide at no charge.
      "When someone is matched with a Dog Guide from Lions Foundation of Canada, it changes their life in such positive ways. They regain their independence, and also have a loyal companion."

  •  David Manning
     Trésorier, directeur pour la Nova Scotia

    • This is David Manning’s second term on the board of directors. His first involvement with LFC began in the 1990’s when he was inspired hearing one of our CVC clients speak. He has since been Nova Scotia Director from 2004-07 and Chairperson following. He has been active organizing Walk for Dog Guides events. His motivation is strong and he has a great deal of knowledge about the school.
      "Dog Guides that are trained at the Lions Foundation of Canada can make such a great difference in a person’s life. As a Lion, I believe that supporting the programs at LFC ensures that we can continue the process of changing lives."

  •  Al Leach
     Secrétaire, directeur pour Onatrio

    • In 2004, as a Lions Club president, Al took on the project of sponsoring a Canine Vision Dog Guide, and had the pleasure of attending the graduation ceremony of the team that year. He was "bitten" in the best way possible, as the ceremony captured the heart of what Lions Foundation can do for Canadians who need assistance.
      "The freedom a Dog Guide provides is another word for independence, hope and a sense of a normal life. I hope as a Director for Ontario, I can help spread the word about the incredible work of Lions Foundation"

  •  Margaret Laking
     Membre exécutif, directeur pour New Brunswick

    • Margaret Laking became involved with both Lions Foundation of Canada and with Lions clubs when she met her husband, the late Jim (James) Laking in 1993. Jim was the recipient of a Canine Vision Dog Guide to help him navigate the world with blindness. Today, Margaret is hands-on in ensuring more Canadians can receive the gift of a Dog Guide, just like Jim had. She hosts an annual fundraiser, Raise the Woof, with her Lions club.
      "When a dog enters our life, it changes everything. Imagine how much a life can change with a Dog Guide. I want to help make that change happen, and what better way to do so than through Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides"

  •  Bill McKitrick
     Président sortant

    • Bill became involved with the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides because he was interested in the many disabilities Dog Guide are trained to help with. He is dedicated to educating others about the Lions Foundation because he knows that greater awareness will result in helping more people live independently with a Dog Guide.
      "It is important to help others gain greater independence."