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Clement Lalancette Recognized


Mr. Clement Lalancette recently retired as a founding director of the United Potato Growers of Canada, which was formed in 2006. He was presented with a certificate of appreciation by UPGC chairman, Ray Keenan, in Quebec City, on July 15, 2019. Lalancette is recognized for his outstanding leadership and dedication to the Canadian potato industry as a director of United Potato Growers of Canada representing the Quebec Potato Producers Association.

Lalancette is recognized for his outstanding leadership and dedication to the Canadian potato industry as a director of United Potato Growers of Canada representing the Quebec Potato Producers Association.

Lalancette was the general manager of the Quebec Potato Producers Association and a strong proponent for Quebec growers. His focus was always on better returns, improved profitability, and producer sustainability.

UPGC and the potato industry wish him well in his retirement.

Clement Lalancette (left) and Kevin MacIsaac. Photo: UPGC

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