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Wildeboer Dellelce founder awarded honorary doctorate of law

Thursday, June 15, 2017 @ 1:20 PM | By John Chunn


Wildeboer Dellelce announced that co-founder and managing partner Perry Dellelce was among four distinguished Canadians to receive an honorary doctorate of laws from Laurentian University at its spring 2017 convocation ceremonies in Sudbury, Ont.

Also receiving doctorates were public health nurse/educator Louise Picard, Anishinaabe elder and educator Rita G. Corbiere and architect Marianne McKenna.

“These distinguished Canadians have spent their lives doing good for others,” said Laurentian University chancellor Steve Paikin. “I am delighted to award these honorary doctorates to these outstanding people who have excelled in their own fields while also turning their talents to improving the world around them.”

Dellelce practises in the areas of securities, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions, offering a blend of legal and corporate finance experience combined with hands-on business management experience across a wide range of sectors including technology, natural resources and financial services.