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The Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA) is pleased to announce that Connie Fair, President and CEO, has received the 2019 YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the Business and the Professions category.

Connie was honoured at the 36th Annual YWCA Women of Distinction Awards celebrating nominees and winners across eleven categories. Recognized nationally, the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards honours extraordinary women leaders while raising much-needed funds for YWCA programs and services that improve the lives of thousands of people each year across Metro Vancouver.

Connie was one of eleven women nominated in the category of Business and the Professions, which acknowledges professional leadership and consistent commitment to excellence. The award recognizes Connie’s achievements and business acumen to facilitate change and create opportunities, as well as her engagement with community, customers and colleagues.

More about the 2019 Women of Distinction Awards recipients can be found at YWCAvan.org.

The LTSA would like to congratulate all award nominees and recipients.