LaBelle resigns from SEDC

By | March 27, 2007
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After five years with the Saskatchewan Ethanol Development Council (SEDC)two of which he served as presidentLionel LaBelle resigned in early January to run for a political office, although he lost the election by a tight margin in January. Described by his peers as synonymous with the SEDC, LaBelle helped Saskatchewan become a leader in the ethanol industry, according to SEDC Cochairman C.M. "Red" Williams. The SEDC elected Ken Graham as its new president in January.