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Steve Mosher: Interim Associate Canadian Symphonic Services Director

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Vice President from Canada Alan Willaert is pleased to welcome Steve Mosher back to the Canadian Office staff, although his return will only be for six months. Mosher worked as assistant to the Canadian SSD director from 1996-1998 and again over the fall and winter of 2004. Over the years, Mosher has continued to be the AFM/CFM appointed representative on the Ontario Health and Safety Advisory Committee, as labour co-chair for live performance related issues.

Mosher will cover the responsibilities of the associate director for Canadian Symphonic Services and will assist us in finding and training the individual who will take on this position permanently.







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