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Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board CEO David Denison poses in Toronto in this picture taken August 5, 2010.

Mark Blinch/Reuters/David Denison

It's only been a few months since David Denison retired from running the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and he's already picking up board seats.

On Thursday, BCE Inc. announced that Mr. Denison, who is 60 this year, is joining its board of directors.

In late August, Mr. Denison picked up a seat on Royal Bank of Canada's board. He is also a member of the World Bank's Treasury Expert Advisory Committee.

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