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  • Richard Lande

    Lande Langford
    6020 rue Jean-Talon e., #700
    St. Leonard, Quebec H1S 3B1, Canada
  • Transport Law


    Education • Ph.D, Faculty of Business, University of Bath, England • Executive Management Program at Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, New York • Bachelor of Civil Law degree (LL.L) “with distinction” from Université de Montréal • Common Law Exchange Program at University of Manitoba (Federal Department of Justice Scholarship) • Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University, joint majors in Economics and Political Science • Certificat d’Etudes Francaises from Université de Grenoble, France Bar Admissions • Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada (L3-Transportation Law) • Member of the Bar of Yukon • Member of the Bar of the Northwest Territories • Member of the Bar of the Province of Quebec Professional Associations • Delegate, Francophone Summit representing the Comoros Islands (2008) • Director, Chateau de Ramezay Museum (1996-1997) • Member of Young Presidents Organization, Quebec and Ontario Chapters and World Presidents Organization, (1995 to date) • Director, Center Board of Directors, St. Mary’s Hospital (1992 - 1997) • Royal Society of the Arts (Quebec Section) Honorary Corresponding Member (1989 - 1997) • President, Center for Transportation of International Merchandise (CTIM) (1989 - 1990) • National Chairman, Chartered Institute of Transport, Canadian Division (1985 - 1988) • Sustaining Member, American Society of Transportation and Logistics (1986 - 1987) • National Chairman, National Transportation Week (1985 - 1986) • Chairman, Transportation Committee, Canadian Chamber of Commerce (1984 - 1987) • Vice-President, Canadian Transportation Research Forum (1981 - 1983) • Canadian Consular Association • World Presidents Organization Member of the Board of Directors • Blue Rover (2014 to date) • Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (2005 to 2010) • Fraser Mckenzie Holdings Inc.(2006-Oct. 2010) • Association Quebecoise du Transport et des Routes (1997) • Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (Transportation Committee-1996) Awards and Recognition • Elected Governor of the Quebec Bar Foundation (2008 to date) • Elected Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport at the International Council Meeting in Accra, Ghana (2007) • Elected a Fellow of the British Institute of Management (FBIM) (1988) • Listed in Who’s Who in Canada (1988) • Listed in Who’s Who in Canadian Business (1987) • Elected a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Transport (FCIT), London, England (1986) • Named first Affiliate Member of the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation - Presentation made by • Walter Morris, President, CITT, Winnipeg (1986) • Elected a serving Brother of the Order of St-John. Medal presented by Her Excellency, Jeanne Sauvé, Governor General of Canada (1985) • Recipient of National Transportation Week Award of Excellence for significant contribution to the Canadian Railway Industry. Presented May, 1984 by the Honourable J. Garner, Minister of Transport, Province of Saskatchewan (1984) • First Canadian to win the British Railways Medal for best publication of a rail subject. This medal was presented in London on March 12th by Mr. L.S. Payne, President of the Chartered Institute of Transport (1984) • Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), London, England. This society, which was founded in 1794, has as its President, Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh (1980) • Received certificate of honour from the Council for Canadian Unity (1980)