20090316/多伦多华裔媒体工作者协会喜庆周年(组图)

(星星生活记者捷克佳、陈明琰报导)多伦多华裔媒体工作者协会日前举行会员周年大会兼第二届理事会就职典礼,包括政界商界及部分华文媒体工作者约200人出席是次庆典活动,加拿大总理哈珀亦专函致贺。

经大会提名及民主推选产生第二届多伦多华裔媒体工作者协会理事会,叶左肇当选为新一届会长,彭良健、贾建军为副会长,理事会其他成员包括捷克佳、梁焕钊、刘晨曦及王燕云,前任会长刘穗安。

协会同时邀请12位社区知名人士担任社区顾问,并委任义务法律顾问和义务会计师。出任社区顾问的包括:孟尝会会长欧阳健昌、加拿大中国书法协会会长陈汉忠、国际风水命理大师伍子明、研商学社会长陆炳雄、华商网络协会会长王昆明、社区少年警讯会长苗延建警长、平潭同乡会会长欧阳元森、密西沙加华商会荣誉会长胡子修、安省潮州会馆会长黄明亮、华谘处会长何胡景、义务法律顾问陆炳华律师及义务会计师黎宏俊特许会计师。

加拿大国会议员迪彻特(Bob Dechert)当日携哈珀总理的贺函到场宣读,祝贺协会的周年庆典及感谢华人媒体对加国社会的贡献。国会议员詹嘉礼、万锦市市长薜家平及安省公民及移民厅厅长陈国治亦专函致贺,万锦市市议员赵善江、烈治文山市市议员陈志辉、烈治文山市市议员高文(David Cohen)、中国驻多伦多总领事馆代总领事卢坤、新闻领事郭鑫及香港特别行政区驻多伦多经济贸易办事处副处长陈裕昌则亲临祝贺。

新任会长叶左肇是本届晚会的筹委会主席,他在致词中感谢各界嘉宾的光临,并多谢会员的努力及赞助机构团体及热心人士的支持。协会成立一年多来,在大家的共同努力下,先后为中国雪暴筹得善款二万元,又在四川大地震筹得一万多元资助两位记者到灾区实地采访,及时报导加拿大社区所关心的事件。

多伦多是海外华文媒体发展得较为完善的城市之一,也是华文媒体竞争最为激烈的战场之一。追溯多伦多华人媒体的发展,多伦多最早中文报刊计有1911 年前创刊的《洪门报》,是支援孙中山先生反清革命的刊物,另一份是在1922 年创刊的《醒华日报》,现今该两份报刊均已停办。今日,多伦多的华人媒体百花齐放,有数十家之多,涵盖报刊(日报、周报、月刊等)、电台和电视,还有为数众多的网站,估计约有千人从事与华文媒体相关的工作。

多伦多华裔媒体工作者协会由于2008年2月由一群华裔媒体工作者发起及成立,旨在促进相互讯息交流,提高业界专业水平,已成功举行过多次餐叙会和活动。首届理事会成员为:刘穗安(会长)、彭良建(副会长)、叶左肇、贾建军、捷克佳、李阳。

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(与会的部分华文媒体工作者合影)

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(多伦多华裔媒体工作者协会新一届理事:左起:王燕云、贾建军、彭良建、叶左肇(新任会长)、捷克佳、刘穗安(前任会长)、刘晨曦、梁焕钊在就职礼后合照)

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(部分嘉宾合影。左起:国会议员迪彻特(Bob Dechert)夫妇,中国驻多总领事馆代总领事卢坤,密市华商会荣誉会长胡子修,和平潭同乡会会长欧阳元森夫妇)

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(卸任会长刘穗安)

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(国会议员迪彻特(Bob Dechert)宣读哈珀总理贺函)

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(中国驻多伦多总领事馆代总领事卢坤致辞)

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(万锦市市议员赵善江向刘穗安、彭良建宣读万锦市市长和市议会的贺函)

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(烈治文山市议员陈志辉致辞)

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(烈治文山市议员高文致辞)

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(香港特别行政区驻多伦多经贸处副处长陈裕昌致辞)

2 Comments

  1. 小龙(女)

    不错,顶一个

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  2. jackjia (Post author)

    Bob’s Biography

    Before his election as Member of Parliament for Mississauga Erindale, Mr. Bob Dechert was a Senior Partner with Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP, Canada’s largest law firm.

    Throughout his career, Bob has had a close-up view of the issues faced by Canadian businesses, their employees and consumers.

    Active in Conservative Politics for over 35 years, Bob volunteered in both federal and provincial elections and served in various roles on all levels of National and Provincial organizations and campaigns. He has also served as president of the Empire Club of Canada and president of the British-Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce.

    Born in Brampton, Bob obtained an economics degree from McMaster University in Hamilton. He obtained his law degree from the University of Toronto, and was called to the bar in Ontario in 1985. He has also qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales.

    Bob was elected to the House of Commons on October 14th 2008, and currently serves on the following committees, caucuses and legislative associations:

    -Standing Committee on Finance;
    -Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics;
    -Ad-hoc Panel on Funding for Officers of Parliament;
    -Chair of the Community Relations Caucus;
    -Vice-Chair of the GTA Caucus;
    -Vice Chair of Canada-China Legislative Association;
    -Member of the Auto Caucus;
    -Member of the Ontario Caucus and National Caucus;
    -Member of the Canada-Japan Legislative Association;
    -Member of the Canada-US Legislative Association; and
    -Member of the Canada-UK Legislative Association.

    Bob has lived in Mississauga for many years with his wife Ruth Clark.

    Bob Dechert

    Bob Dechert (born 1958) is a Canadian politician and lawyer. He was elected to represent the electoral district of Mississauga—Erindale in the 2008 Canadian federal election. He is a member of the Conservative Party.

    Dechert was born in Brampton, Ontario and graduated from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario with a BA degree in economics. He attended law school at the University of Toronto and was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1985. He joined the law firm of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP and is a senior partner at the firm.

    Canada-China Legislative Association

    Overview

    ESTABLISHED: 1998

    OBJECTIVE: The Canadian Group of the Canada-China Legislative Association (CCLA) provides a forum for the discussion of bilateral and multilateral challenges facing the two countries. It promotes the exchange of information between Canadian parliamentarians and representatives of the National Peoples’ Congress of the Peoples’ Republic of China in order to encourage better understanding and closer ties between the two countries.

    A key component of CCLA activities consists of annual bilateral meetings between Canadian federal parliamentarians and their counterparts from the National People’s Congress.

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