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[OPIRG-EVENTS] Celluci speaking Oct 10 7am


The School of Management and Dean Micheál Kelly are pleased to welcome
our October guest speaker:
Mr. Paul Cellucci
United States Ambassador to Canada
Discussing: Canada - U.S. Trade Relations

Date:   Thursday, October 10th, 2002

Time:   7:00 a.m.  Coffee and networking
        7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Sit-down breakfast and presentation

Location:  Capone's Ristorante & Banquet Facilities
831 Industrial Avenue  -  (613) 738-5394

Price:  $15 for students and U of O Alumni
        $20 for guests
        (Payable in advance by credit card (MC or Visa), cash or cheque)

Register by contacting:
   University of Ottawa Alumni and Development Office
   Alumni Breakfast Speaker Series
   178 Laurier Avenue East
   Ottawa, ON  K1N 6N5
   (613) 562-5857 or toll-free 1-800-465-1888
   Fax: (613) 562-5113

Register early.  Seats are limited.  24-hour cancellation notice is
required.  Refunds will not be provided for non-attendees.
Substitutions are allowed at any time.

Paul Cellucci's Biography

Paul Cellucci's career in government began in 1970 when he was elected
to the Hudson Charter Commission. One year later he won a seat on the
Hudson Board of Selectmen and he served on that panel until 1977. In
1976 he was elected to the first of four terms in the Massachusetts
House of Representatives. In 1984, Ambassador Cellucci was elected to
the Massachusetts Senate from the Middlesex and Worcester District, and
during his third Senate term became the Assistant Republican Leader.

Ambassador Cellucci, a strong advocate for smaller government and lower
taxes, signed the then largest tax cut in Massachusetts history in 1998,
and led the campaign for an even larger tax cut which was approved by
voters at the polls in November, 2000. He has also been a leader in
education reform, increased access to health care, and the fight against
domestic violence.

On November 3, 1998, Paul Cellucci was elected Governor of
Massachusetts. He had been serving as Governor since July 1997, when
former Governor William Weld resigned the post. Ambassador Cellucci was
elected Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts in 1990 on a ticket with
former Governor Weld.

On April 17, 2001, at the Citadelle in Quebec City, Paul Cellucci
presented his credentials as the twentieth United States Ambassador to
Canada to Governor General Adrienne Clarkson.

Alumni Breakfast Speaker Series

The University of Ottawa School of Management Alumni Breakfast Speaker
Series is specifically targeted for the School of Management's alumni,
the University of Ottawa alumni and the growing Ottawa business sector.
The objective of this series is to provide a networking forum as well as
a discussion from a variety of leaders on current and emerging issues in
the business world.  The Alumni Breakfast Speaker Series is held four
times annually.

For more information on the Alumni Breakfast Speaker Series or the
School of Management, contact Christian Coulombe at
coulombe@management.uottawa.ca or visit our Web site at

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