Restaurants Canada Announces Retirement of VP, Atlantic Canada


TORONTO — Luc Erjavec, vice-president of Atlantic Canada for Restaurants Canada, has retired after serving the organization for 27 years.

“I speak for the entire Restaurants Canada team, our members and the industry when I thank Luc for his years of hard work as he evolved the role of regional representative from its early days to the respected state it is now,” said Roy Little, interim president and CEO, Restaurants Canada in a press release.

The association has welcomed Richard Alexander as its new vice-president, Atlantic Government Relations. Most recently, Alexander was the executive director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers’ Council (NLEC).

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