NEWS RELEASE · 21st February 2013
Nisga'a Lisims Government
NLG reluctantly accepts resignation of CEO who will work over next few months to assist in smooth transition
Nisga’a Lisims Government announced that it has reluctantly accepted the resignation of Frederic Tolmie from the position of CEO of Nisga’a Lisims Government.
“It is unfortunate that such a valuable person in the office of CEO has decided to step down,” stated President Mitchell Stevens, “but I trust you will join me in thanking Mr. Tolmie for his immeasurable contribution to Nisga’a Lisims Government and to the Nation."
Mr. Tolmie commenced his employment with NLG in December of 2004, committing to a term of 4 years. Well into his 9th year with the NLG leadership, his extended tenure is indeed a testament to his commitment to Nisga’a Lisims Government.
President Mitchell Stevens further stated "While Mr. Tolmie wishes to pursue a more balanced approach to work and life, he has graciously agreed to work over the next few months with the Executive and Senior Administration during the transitional phase of his departure, wishing to assist in any capacity deemed appropriate."
"Frederic Tolmie has been a loyal servant and true friend to the Nisga'a Nation. I'm very optimistic that he will continue to assist us in other capacities in the near future" commented President Stevens.
Before he resigns, how broke are we as a Nation?
Comment by Nisga' on 21st February 2013
As a CEO, he was not very credible as he had responsibilities to be accountable, transparent, etc. exactly how many millions are we in deficit and how do you plan to get out of it.
Over the years, there were dozens of breaches, theft of monies, lawsuits, you name it, this government is nothing but a farce.
I hope you don't replace him with another wannabe.