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Kime Dutkiewicz Collver


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For over 40 years, Kime has lived in Goulais River, eastern Lake Superior. “My heart has always been drawn to the northern shore and I never take for granted the wonder and beauty of the diverse landscape, waterscape and wild life.”


Kime’s desire to be a part of the LSWC Board comes from her love of learning and teaching.  She has recently retired from the position of Superintendent of the Algoma District School Board.  Her experience as a classroom teacher, school administrator, superintendent and community member working and learning with students, parents, staff, Indigenous educators and Elders, and community partners is a great asset to the Conservancy.


 “I see my role as an LSWC director providing guidance, advice and direction to engage school boards, schools, educational institutions, students and staff in the majestic wonderland of our area and our great lake. We are so fortunate to live in this area and, with partnerships, we can expand understanding and knowledge.”  

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