Mr. Law is a recognized leader in Canada’s transportation and infrastructure sector having played a significant role in the development of national and interprovincial transportation policy. During his career he has served a number of senior positions in industry and government including President of the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) and Chair of the Canadian Council of Deputy Ministers responsible for Transportation and Infrastructure. He was the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Saskatchewan’s Global Transportation Hub as well as the Deputy Minister of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure. In 2010, he received TAC’s prestigious lifetime achievement award in recognition of his valuable contribution to transportation development in Canada.
Mr. Law served for 10 years as the President of the Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, the Crown Corporation responsible for asset management and building construction for the Province of Saskatchewan and was also the Province’s first Chief Information and Services Officer. His public service career included staff advisory positions to Treasury Board and Cabinet with the Government of Canada, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Mr. Law is currently the President of Lawmark International, which he founded in 2012 to provide integrated business development, logistics, and regulatory support services to his clients in Western Canada. Mr. Law has written and facilitated think tank discussions on the importance of Canadian trade infrastructure with organizations including the Canada West Foundation, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Construction Association.