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On Queen Street: From caregiver to Alzheimer Society CEO

Pauline Tardif joined the non-profit in March after two decades working with health charities and two years caring for her mother

News | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Thursday, 04/06/2017 5:09 pm EDT
Pauline Tardif joined the Alzheimer Society of Canada three weeks ago as CEO after two years caring for her mother and 25 years leading several health charities.

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