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PS honours Phyllis Laing with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award

Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Phyllis Laing, President of Buffalo Gal Pictures in Winnipeg, is the recipient of the 2011 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Phyllis at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association conference in Ottawa.

Prior to presenting this year’s award Barrett had declared that the award would henceforth be known as the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award in memory and honour of PS’ founder Doug Dales, who passed away in December.

“Doug was an industry builder in every sense and a groundbreaking contributor to the industry he loved,” said Barrett. “Renaming this award is a fitting honour to man who did so much for so many in the film and television production community across Canada.”

Phyllis established Buffalo Gal pictures in 1994 and has since steadily driven the business forward, including a recent expansion into Ontario. She has twice been honoured by the Women’s Business Owners of Manitoba. She received the Women Entrepreneur of the Year award in 1994 and the Impact on Local Economy Award in 2002. Phyllis is currently the Vice President (Policy) of the On Screen Manitoba Board of Directors and is a member of the Gimli Film Festival Board of Directors.

“This award recognizes Phyllis’s tremendous commitment to building the Canadian film and television industry and particularly her tireless efforts to establish a solid base for the industry in Manitoba,” said Barrett.

Phyllis has produced a number of celebrated films and television series including the feature-length, award winning documentary My Winnipeg, and the critically acclaimed series Less Than Kind.

“PS is proud to be able to present this award to such a distinguished industry patron who over the course of her career has done so much to enhance the skills and fortunes of our industry,” said Barrett.

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Headline, Industry News

PS honours Phyllis Laing with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award

Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Phyllis Laing, President of Buffalo Gal Pictures in Winnipeg, is the recipient of the 2011 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Phyllis at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association conference in Ottawa.

Prior to presenting this year’s award Barrett had declared that the award would henceforth be known as the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award in memory and honour of PS’ founder Doug Dales, who passed away in December.

“Doug was an industry builder in every sense and a groundbreaking contributor to the industry he loved,” said Barrett. “Renaming this award is a fitting honour to man who did so much for so many in the film and television production community across Canada.”

Phyllis established Buffalo Gal pictures in 1994 and has since steadily driven the business forward, including a recent expansion into Ontario. She has twice been honoured by the Women’s Business Owners of Manitoba. She received the Women Entrepreneur of the Year award in 1994 and the Impact on Local Economy Award in 2002. Phyllis is currently the Vice President (Policy) of the On Screen Manitoba Board of Directors and is a member of the Gimli Film Festival Board of Directors.

“This award recognizes Phyllis’s tremendous commitment to building the Canadian film and television industry and particularly her tireless efforts to establish a solid base for the industry in Manitoba,” said Barrett.

Phyllis has produced a number of celebrated films and television series including the feature-length, award winning documentary My Winnipeg, and the critically acclaimed series Less Than Kind.

“PS is proud to be able to present this award to such a distinguished industry patron who over the course of her career has done so much to enhance the skills and fortunes of our industry,” said Barrett.

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Headline, Industry News

PS honours Phyllis Laing with the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award

Douglas Barrett, President and CEO of PS Production Services Ltd. announced that Phyllis Laing, President of Buffalo Gal Pictures in Winnipeg, is the recipient of the 2011 Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award. The award was presented to Phyllis at the annual PS Dinner on the Hill, held during the Canadian Media Production Association conference in Ottawa.

Prior to presenting this year’s award Barrett had declared that the award would henceforth be known as the Douglas James Dales Industry Builder Award in memory and honour of PS’ founder Doug Dales, who passed away in December.

“Doug was an industry builder in every sense and a groundbreaking contributor to the industry he loved,” said Barrett. “Renaming this award is a fitting honour to man who did so much for so many in the film and television production community across Canada.”

Phyllis established Buffalo Gal pictures in 1994 and has since steadily driven the business forward, including a recent expansion into Ontario. She has twice been honoured by the Women’s Business Owners of Manitoba. She received the Women Entrepreneur of the Year award in 1994 and the Impact on Local Economy Award in 2002. Phyllis is currently the Vice President (Policy) of the On Screen Manitoba Board of Directors and is a member of the Gimli Film Festival Board of Directors.

“This award recognizes Phyllis’s tremendous commitment to building the Canadian film and television industry and particularly her tireless efforts to establish a solid base for the industry in Manitoba,” said Barrett.

Phyllis has produced a number of celebrated films and television series including the feature-length, award winning documentary My Winnipeg, and the critically acclaimed series Less Than Kind.

“PS is proud to be able to present this award to such a distinguished industry patron who over the course of her career has done so much to enhance the skills and fortunes of our industry,” said Barrett.

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