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Mark Kristmanson appointed CEO of NCC

Federal cabinet minister John Baird announced the new Chief Executive Officer of the National Capital Commission on Monday, after more than a year of deliberations over who should replace interim CEO Jean-Francois Trepanier. His name might not be well known to the average Ottawa resident, but inside the NCC, Mark Kristmanson has been a project leader for the past decade.  Now as CEO, he's stepping into the spotlight at a time when much about the crown corporation has been changing, and much is up for debate.  For example, how much say the mayors of Ottawa and Gatineau should have in its operations. Kristmanson joined us with his thoughts on the issues, and his goals for the NCC.

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