Canadian innovation leader, Rick Huijbregts, Cisco Canada, was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by CATAAlliance EVP, Barry Gander

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Huijbregts from CISCO Canada Presented Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
Toronto Canada
CATAAlliance | 11.23.2012



Rick Huijbregts, Cisco Canada, receives the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal from Barry Gander, CATAAlliance.
Canadian innovation leader, Rick Huijbregts, VP Industry & Business Transformation, Cisco Canada, was honoured in a special ceremony in Toronto last week as he was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by CATAAlliance EVP, Barry Gander.

“I am pleased to present the Diamond Jubilee Medal to Rick Huijbregts in recognition of his commitment to innovation excellence and entrepreneurship in our communities”, said Gander. “We are very proud to be working with Rick in our mission to make Canada the number one Competitive Innovation Nation.”

CATAAlliance and partners are helping to spearhead i-CANADA, a movement to create an Intelligent Nation, comprised of communities with digital inclusion, employment growth and investment-worth innovation. The Diamond Jubilee Medal celebrates the 60th Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II ascending the throne as Queen of Canada. In celebration of her service to the country, the medals have been bestowed on individuals who have made their own contributions to the community and to Canada.

Huijbregts had been unable to join the other medal recipients who were honoured at a Special Award Ceremony Dinner at the i-CANADA SUMMIT Conference in Montreal on October 21st, 2012. "These Canadian leaders were selected because of the impact they made on society and business from the application of technology," stated John Reid, President of CATA. "Many have been technology innovators as well as catalysts for national transformation."

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