Terry Hayward

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Terry Hayward

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As a long-time public servant, Terry Hayward will bring a significant amount of government experience to the people of Provencher. Over the course of a 33 year career with the public service, Terry held several senior executive positions with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, as well as with the National Farm Products Council. These positions have allowed Terry to serve Canadians from communities across the country, as well as from the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC and the Canadian High Commission in Wellington, New Zealand when he was a member of Canada’s Diplomatic Corps.

Upon his retirement from the civil service, Terry went on to serve as Executive Director of the Manitoba Rural Adaptation Council, a not-for-profit organization that funded innovative agriculture projects. Terry also established his own advisory services business and maintains an active relationship with his community. He is the former President of the Beausejour chapter of Canadian Parents for French, Chair and President of the Beausejour Minor Hockey Association and the Beausejour-Brokenhead Arena, and currently serves as President of the Winnipeg Soccer Association and the Eastern Manitoba Concert Association. In 2002, Terry’s professional achievements and contributions to his community were recognized when he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal.