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By Sharon Graham.

Dear colleagues,

The Holiday Season is upon us once again and we find ourselves looking forward to another brilliant and beautiful New Year. As 2015 is winding down, we take a look back and are reminded again of what a fantastic group we have in this organization. We have had an incredible year here at Career Professionals of Canada and we owe a great debt of gratitude to all of our very generous volunteers for contributing to our growth in 2015.

I would like to personally take this opportunity to thank you all for being such a vital part of this community and for your ongoing support, encouraging CPC’s continued growth as the “place to be” for Canadian career practitioners.  Thank you for participating in our various events and forums. Your expertise and guidance have been indispensable assets to our organization and your insights are greatly appreciated. As a member-driven organization, we couldn’t do it without you and we wish you every success this season, and beyond!

CPC’s Professional Members are a generous and supportive group. On behalf of the members of Career Professionals of Canada, we have made a donation to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR Canada.) Our gift will be put to work immediately, rushing life-saving supplies like blankets, clean water and sturdy tents to desperate children and families in need.

With gratitude and wishing you every success this Holiday Season and in the New Year! 

Your number one fan. Always. Sharon.

Sharon Graham | Executive Director | Career Professionals of Canada

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What a wonderful choice for sharing, Sharon! Certainly the refugee crisis remains top of mind for many as its scale is unprecedented.

As the year wanes, I am inspired to thank you for leading our national group of career professionals and steering our work and skills to boldly meet future recruitment needs.

Happy Holidays to you and yours, Stephanie