Leading the change at Rights and Democracy

When he was appointed president of Rights and Democracy in February, Gérard Latulippe walked into a firestorm. His respected predecessor, Rémy Beauregard, had died of a sudden heart attack following a contentious board meeting in which a months-long power struggle had come to a head.

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Rights and Democracy president Gérard Latulippe
Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 09/22/2010 12:00 am EDT

When he was appointed president of Rights and Democracy in February, Gérard Latulippe walked into a firestorm. His respected predecessor, Rémy Beauregard, had died of a sudden heart attack following a contentious board meeting in which a months-long power struggle had come to a head.

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