Wasaya Airways Welcomes New Chairman of the Board

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Wasaya Airways
Wasaya Airways

THUNDER BAY – AVIATION – Wasaya Airways is proud to announce Luke Reynolds has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Luke is a proud member of Kingfisher Lake First Nation and has been the Manager and Secretary-Treasurer for Happy Time Tours since 2012.

A father of nine children, Luke believes a strong foundation starts with family and can help lead to a strong business. He advocates to ensure action and accountability for a better life and in leadership to achieve goals and visions.

“We are pleased to have Luke lead our Board,” said Tom Morris, President and CEO of Wasaya. “Luke brings with him a great deal of knowledge working directly with First Nation communities and individuals. His proven leadership at both grassroots and established levels compliments the vision and mission of Wasaya Airways and we look forward to working with Luke as we continue the success and growth of the airline.”

“Exchange Income Corporation (“EIC”), as partners with the Wasaya Communities in Wasaya Airlines, congratulate Luke on his appointment and look forward to working with him,” said Carmele Peter, President of EIC.

Celebrating its 30th year in operation, Wasaya Airways, in partnership with Exchange Income Corporation, is comprised of ownership by 12 First Nations: Bearskin Lake; Fort Severn; Kasabonika Lake; Keewaywin; Kingfisher Lake; Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug; Muskrat Dam; Nibinamik; Pikangikum; Sandy Lake; Wapekeka; and Wunnumin Lake.