Canadian Angus Association Announces New Board Members and Executive


ROCKY VIEW COUNTY, AB – The Canadian Angus Association is pleased to announce the new Board Members who joined the Board during the Canadian Angus National Convention in Calgary, AB in early June, as well as the new executive.

David Johnson and Tracey Willms replace retiring directors Kevin Blair and Jon Fox in Saskatchewan. The new directors will serve a three-year term and will be eligible for re-election for a second term.

Tammi Ribey of Paisley, Ontario, was elevated from the position of President Elect to President. Corinne Gibson of Fir Mountain, Saskatchewan moved into the Past President position and David Sibbald of Calgary, Alberta, was chosen President Elect.

President Tammi Ribey was elected to the CAA Board of Directors in 2013. In her home province she maintains a 400-acre farm in Bruce County near the village of Paisley. She has a 25-year-old veterinary practice with both large and small animals. Ribey has donated much of her spare time to the Ontario Angus Association over the past six years with a recent two-year stint as president.

President Elect David Sibbald has served on the CAA Board of Directors since 2013. He owns and operates Triple S Red Angus near Calgary with his family. Sibbald is also the first vice-chairman on the Calgary Stampede Board of Directors.

The members of the 2015-2016 board of directors are: Lorraine Sanford (B.C); Bob Hahn (Alberta); Doug Reid (Alberta); Brett Wildman (Alberta); Dave Sibbald, President Elect (Alberta); Tracey Willms (Saskatchewan); Dave Johnson (Saskatchewan); Corinne Gibson, Past President (Saskatchewan); Shawn Birmingham (Manitoba); Tammy Ribey, President (Ontario); Ryan Currie (Quebec); Trevor Welch (Maritimes).

Canadian Angus  - logoThe Canadian Angus Association ( is a not-for-profit association incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act. The Association represents 2,750 members across Canada for the purposes of registering and recording the pedigrees of purebred Angus cattle and promoting the breed across Canada. Its member-approved mandate is to maintain breed registry, breed purity and provide services that enhance the growth and position of the Angus breed.