Patrick Sullivan is the new chief executive officer of the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency. Mr. Sullivan, who has 20 years of leadership and marketing experience, will start today, Aug. 13. “We are very pleased to have someone of Mr. Sullivan’s calibre join our team,” said Economic and Rural Development and Tourism Minister Percy Paris. “I am confident that Mr. Sullivan will bring the leadership skills and international marketing experience needed to lead the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency to its greatest potential in this challenging global market.” Mr. Sullivan has a great deal of leadership experience. He has been president and CEO of a number of start-up and large organizations, and has a strong background in marketing, including e-marketing. “I have been an ambassador of Nova Scotia for many years. To get to come home and work on behalf of a strong tourism brand is such a privilege,” said Mr. Sullivan. “My passion for this province, coupled with my work experience will help in leading the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency to a successful future.” Mr. Sullivan will lead the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency and work with the interim and incoming inaugural boards, tourism staff and industry partners to implement a long-term strategy for tourism that will deliver profitable growth for the industry and economic benefit to the province. “I am confident that we have found the right person to lead the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency and create winning partnerships between industry and government,” said Tom Ruth, interim board chair, Nova Scotia Tourism Agency. “This is one of many ways we are making great progress toward the creation of the agency and a long-term growth strategy for tourism in Nova Scotia.” Originally from Nova Scotia, Mr. Sullivan holds a Bachelor of Administration from Mount Saint Vincent University. He has worked for several private companies including Procter and Gamble, McCains Food Ltd., Moosehead Breweries Ltd., Upper Canada Brewing Company, Sympatico and Workopolis. Mr. Sullivan will act as interim executive director of Tourism until the agency is created. The province announced the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency last fall to help Nova Scotia reach its fullest potential in the highly competitive global tourism market.
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Rabat – After an intense month of consultations, heated debates, and wild speculations, the European and African Unions have finally cleared up the imbroglio about the participation of the so-called Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) in their upcoming joint summit.During a joint press conference held November 22 in Brussels, Vice President of the European Commission Federica Mogherini and her African counterpart Moussa Faki Mahamat announced the official participation of the Sahrawi separatist front in the summit, to be held November 29 and 30.For the EU, it was necessary that all countries of the AU be present at the summit in Abidjan, declared Mogherini. Regarding the previous debates on the participation of the self-proclaimed SADR at the event as a “complicated” matter, Mogherini lauded Faki’s “extraordinary capacity in solve the issue.” However, the vice president stressed that this decision “does not change our position on Western Sahara.”Would this mean that the question is definitely settled? At the level of the African Union, “we have solved the problem, and all AU members will take part,” affirmed Faki, while refraining from referring to the Polisario as a “member state.”According to Faki, welcoming the separatist front in the summit is a decision that Morocco has agreed on. “During my meeting with King Mohammed VI in Morocco, we discussed the matter, and I believe that from this point of view the position of the AU is accepted by all of its members,” explained the chairman of the AU Commission.On October, Faki was charged by the AU Executive Council to reach consensus on SADR’s participation in the summit. The chairman then began consultations with the incumbent AU president, Alpha Conde, Ethiopian President Alassane Ouattara, and the European Commission before traveling to Rabat early November, where he was received by King Mohammed VI.But despite contesting the presence of the self-proclaimed SADR, Morocco will attend the summit, represented by King Mohammed VI himself. While the Royal Cabinet had not confirmed the possible displacement, sources revealed to pan-African magazine Jeune Afrique that the kingdom will face Polisario head on this November.According to Le360.ma, King Mohammed VI is currently staying in Gabon, less than an hour and a half flight from Abidjan. The sovereign will also make a three-day work and friendship visit to Côte d’Ivoire starting December 1.