C.M (Red) Williams, OC, PhD, FAIC, PAg
President, Saskatchewan Agrivision Corporation Inc., Saskatoon
Dr. C.M. (Red) Williams has taught Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine since 1954 -1992 as Professor of Animal Science and an Extension Specialist. In addition to being an inspiring and award-winning teacher for over 50 years, and serving on many University and provincial committees and boards, he is a renowned public speaker and author.
Red Williams early involvement in Animal Welfare issues led to the development of a Code of Ethics for Livestock and Poultry Production in Canada. In addition, he has been active in his professional organizations, often holding executive positions in the Canadian Society of Animal Science, the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists and the Agricultural Institute of Canada. For his outstanding professional service and accomplishments, Red was awarded a Member of The Order of Canada (1989); became a Fellow of the Agricultural Institute of Canada (1972); became an Honorary Life Member of the Canadian Extension Society (1970); received the Confederation Medal (1992), The Queen’s Jubilee Medal (1979), Century Saskatoon - City of Saskatoon Scroll (1982) and most recently the Saskatchewan Order Of Merit (2002) for his outstanding contribution to the Province of Saskatchewan.
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