Lyle Bouvier

Lyle Bouvier was appointed President and CEO of Points Athabasca in March 2022 after serving as the company’s Vice President Corporate Services for 6 years. Lyle earned his Law Degree for the University of Manitoba in 1996 and practised law in both the public and private sectors, serving as Federal Crown Counsel for 13 years before transitioning into private practice. Specializing in Aboriginal Law, Lyle has done extensive work in taxation and corporate law. In addition to his legal work, Lyle has worked as an executive level at the VP Corporate Affairs with an Indigenous investment corporation, has managed a successful oil services company, and sits on many boards and tribunals including the Canadian Counsel for Aboriginal Business and Canada Health Infoway.

Dewayne Butterfield

Dewayne Butterfield was appointed the Director of Operations in April of 2023 after serving as Director of Special Projects for PACL. Prior to being appointed to a Director position, Dewayne held the position of Project Superintendent/Manager for PACL/Lonona Contracting for 8 years in the Athabasca region.   Dewayne’s construction and management experience extends through a span of four decades, with almost all that time being spent on northern projects, 20 of those years in the Athabasca Basin Region.  Along the way, Dewayne has earned many different certifications including NCSO (National Certified Safety Officer) and has also completed numerous PMI {Project Management}, supervisory and leadership programs.

Glen Strong

Glen Strong has been with Points Athabasca as its Community Relations and Training Coordinator since 2009. A tireless advocate for the North, Glen has been involved in many activities over the years that benefit the Athabasca region. After obtaining journeyman status as a Carpenter, Glen moved to Stony Rapids in 1990 and spent 15 years there. Starting as the board Chair of the Athabasca Economic Development and Training Corporation, Glen served on the board for Athabasca Basin Development until 2012, and he currently serves as Chairman of the Athabasca Basin Area Transportation Planning Committee, the SIIT Construction Careers Steering Committee, the Northern Labour Market Committee, and he is a member of the Athabasca Working Group.

Angela Uwah, CIPD, CPHR (Associate Member)

Angela is an experienced Human Resources professional with over 20 years in different HR roles. Angela has a BSc in Computer Science and a master’s degree in Human Resources from Middlesex University, UK in 2013. She joined Points Athabasca in 2021 after working for an American-based organisation on a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded education project. Her working history includes experience in Europe and Africa, and she has worked in a number of sectors including Oil and Gas, Telecommunications and the Non-Profit Sector. Angela is passionate about administrative and employment issues, specializing in employee hiring and training, work complaints, dispute resolution and performance tracking.

Chad Ireland

Brent Neville, CPA, CA

Brent joined Points Athabasca in January 2022 and has assumed responsibility for the finance and accounting operations of the company. As a CPA, Brent has 13 years of experience in finance and over 20 years experience as a CPA including public practice and a variety of industry positions. We will be focused on maintaining and improving our accounting processes and contributing to the ongoing success of the company.

Cole Breckner

Cole joined Points Athabasca in 2022 with over 10 years experience in industrial Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Cole is a graduate of Welding Engineering Technology from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary and holds many different industry certifications, including CWB Level 3 Weld Inspector and TSASK Class 1 Licensed Pressure Equipment Inspector. Cole has been involved in many different complex projects across the Potash and Uranium industries including installation, repair and inspection of Boilers, Pressure Vessels, Pressure Piping and Structural Steel. Cole is responsible for all Quality Management System process and development at Points Athabasca.