Stratos Global Corp. has appointed Paula Sturge (B.Comm.
(Hons.)’84) as interim chief financial officer. Ms.
Sturge is senior vice-president of finance for Stratos.
She spent 16 years with Ernst and Young before joining Stratos
in April 2000.
“There are truly encouraging results
compared to the same period last year. This government intends
to build on these figures, investing in economic development
and job creation that will bring prosperity and opportunity
to people throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.”
and Employment Minister Joan Burke (BSW’96) talking
about the two per cent increase in employment during March
2004 compared to March 2003, the Telegram, April
"It’s the highest revenue
since the port was incorporated …that is a historical
high…Hats off to the private sector – they’re
a big part of all this. These are three historical highs
and we’re delighted with it.”
(BA’86), president and CEO, St. John’s Port
Authority, commenting on record-setting activity for port
in 2003. the Telegram, April 13
“We set ourselves a fairly realistic
schedule and I think we’ve got a pretty good chance
of making that. We expect to begin our heavy-lift campaign
with the first topsides units going onboard the vessel in
—Will Roach (B.Ed.’79,
B.Sc.79), general manager, Husky Energy, East Coast Operations,
speaking about the arrival of the Sea Rose in Marystown.
the Telegram, April 7
“The results we have do not suggest
there is any risk whatsoever in children attending the school.
The air quality is well within the normal range.”
(B.Ed.’86, B.Sc.’86, M.Ed.’91), director
of education, Labrador School District, reporting on the
results of quality tests that were carried out at Peenamin
McKenzie School in Sheshatshiu. the Telegram, April
“I’m sure this budget was
the equivalent of a late midterm paper gone terribly wrong.”
(BA’93) assessing the value of the provincial budget.
the Telegram, April 8
“I firmly believe 90 per cent
of the people in this province are not aware of the beauty
of the interior because, if they were, they could not stand
by and do nothing while it is being destroyed.”
(B.Ed.’95) in a letter to the editor expressing his
opinion about the declining wildlife population in Newfoundland
and Labrador. the Telegram, April 2
“These are people from all backgrounds
who’ve been told they can’t sing but I’m
determined to let them know they can sing.”
(B.Mus.’93, B.Mus.Ed.’94) on teaching adults
to sing at Memorial as part if the University’s lifelong
learning programs. the Telegram, April 4
“The next few months will not
be easy. As the government takes a tougher stance, labour
disputes are bound to plague our province.”
(BBA (Hons.)’03) in a letter to the editor. the Telegram,
Compiled By Debbie Conners. Selected and
written by Terri-Lynn King.