HAAC Honour Roll 2001 Breakfast

"Breakfast of Champions"

2001 Winners

Left to Right, Top: Patrick Whyte, Comtek Advanced Structures Ltd; Jack Vanderdeen, Big Drum Inc;
Edward Szukalo, Futuretek - Bathurst Tool Inc.

Bottom: Jim Sorensen, Dana Corporation/Long Manufacturing; Dawn Yeo, First Choice Haircutters - Bronte Store; Brain Roland, Goodrich Landing Gear

Who: Key note speakers, industry, education, government and guests of Halton Region
What: HAAC Honour Roll 2001 Awards - Breakfast of Champions
Where: Burlington Convention Centre
When: January 30/02 - (8am - 11am)
Why: An award program that formally recognizes six Halton companies which demonstrate excellence in support of skilled trades.

The Halton Apprenticeship Advisory Council (HAAC) is a community effort to foster growth of the skilled trades in the Halton Region. Honour Roll 2001 has recognized six companies located in Halton categorized in two sections: 50 or less employees and companies with 51 or more employees. The Honour Roll 2001 has recognized the following six companies for their demonstration of excellence in promotion of skilled trades in Halton:

50 or less Employees:

  • Big Drum Inc.
  • First Choice Haircutters - Bronte Store
  • Futuretek - Bathurst Tool Inc

51 or more Employees:

  • Comtek Advanced Structures Ltd.
  • Dana Corporation/Long Manufacturing
  • Goodrich Landing Gear

Congratulations to all the winners!

The event was a successful turn out by many key members of industry, education, government and personnel from across the region of Halton. Some of the guest speakers included Patrick Whyte (CEO and President, Comtek Advanced Structures Inc.) and Charles Barrett, Ph.D., (VP Program Strategy & Delivery, The Conference Board of Canada).

On behalf of the Halton Industry Education Council and the Halton Apprenticeship Advisory Council, we would like to thank all those that attended.