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Wendy Doane, CPM, 2019-2020 Chair, The Canadian Payroll Association


The Canadian Payroll Association’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election of Wendy Doane, CPM, as its 2019-2020 Chair.

In her role, Wendy will work to drive legislative change while targeting emerging trends and best practices to support payroll professionals.

A respected professional with over 25 years of experience in payroll, benefits and human resources, Wendy began her career at ComCheq Payroll Services as a Payroll Account Manager, before joining Nova Scotia Power Inc. as Payroll Administrator. Currently, as Senior Manager of Payroll Operations at Emera Inc., a geographically diverse energy and services company, with approximately $31 billion in assets, she oversees the Canadian payroll operations.

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Wendy’s involvement with the Association started in 1995 when she volunteered at the Canadian Payroll Association’s Annual Conference in Halifax. Since that time, she has served as the Halifax Branch Chair and the Atlantic Regional Chair; facilitated professional development seminars throughout Atlantic Canada; and participated on both the Payroll Management Certification Review Task Force and the Provincial Government Relations Advisory Council. In 2013, Wendy was elected to the Board of Directors.

The Canadian Payroll Association congratulates Wendy on her appointment.

Since 1978, the Canadian Payroll Association has been the authoritative source of Canadian payroll compliance knowledge, representing employers’ payroll needs and providing value to more than 41,000 payroll practitioners. The Association works with Federal, Provincial and Territorial governments to ensure payroll legislation, regulations and administration are efficient and effective for all stakeholders.

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