Peter Dhillon, a community leader, a businessman
and a philanthropist
Dhillon donates $250,000 to Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Rashpal “Paul” Dhillon's family donated $2 million
to support research into the incurable lung disease Idiopathic
Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) and the health benefits of cranberries.
The funds are the Rashpal Dhillon Fund in Idiopathic Pulmonary
Research and the Rashpal Dhillon Fund in Cranberry Research.
- Mr. Peter Dhillon is a man of kindness whose
personality is connected to all walks of the community. Mr. Peter
Dhillon is CEO of the Richberry Group of Companies and one of
the world’s largest suppliers of cranberries...Read
- DHALIWAL APPOINTS PETER DHILLON TO ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LIMITED
OTTAWA — Mr. Peter P. Dhillon has been appointed to the
Board of Directors of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) for
a three-year period. The Honourable Herb Dhaliwal, Minister of
Natural Resources Canada, announced the appointment today.
“Mr. Dhillon has had a successful career in business,
and he will be a welcome addition to the Board,” said
Minister Dhaliwal. “I believe his leadership and experience
on various boards will be an asset to AECL in its deliberations
AECL is a Crown corporation that was established in 1952 to
develop peaceful applications of nuclear energy. It reports
to Parliament through the Minister of Natural Resources. The
corporation currently employs 4,000 people at locations in Canada
and four other countries.
AECL is the third-largest global supplier of nuclear energy
systems and technology. It develops, markets and manages the
construction of CANDU power reactors and MAPLE research reactors,
carries out reactor research, supplies CANDU and light-water
reactor support services and offers radioactive waste management
products and services.
Mr. Peter Dhillon, CEO of the Richberry Group of Companies and one
of the world’s largest suppliers of cranberries.