Delta Brunswick received top honours and national recognition from the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) for community leadership with the associations Humanitarian Award. Paulette Hicks, General Manager, Delta Brunswick, proudly accepted the award during an awards luncheon today in Toronto. “Fortis Properties is pleased our employees at the Delta Brunswick are recognized in this way,” said Nora Duke, President and Chief Executive Officer, Fortis Properties Corporation. “This Humanitarian Award acknowledges Delta Brunswicks hard work and commitment to the community.”

The Delta Brunswick team was awarded the Humanitarian Award for demonstrating its dedication and responsiveness to the needs of the local, national and global community. The award is given to the property that has established significant accomplishments, exemplary leadership and tireless commitment in Canadas lodging industry. This is the first time the award has been given to a hotel in Atlantic Canada. “We are honoured to have received this prestigious award,” said Hicks. “The employees at the Delta Brunswick have a strong commitment to investing in the community.

IT is their dedication, compassion and generous spirits that make this possible. Delta Brunswick has been active in the community with initiatives and fundraisers for the Business Community Anti Poverty Initiative (BCAPI), Delta Oasis, First Steps, Habitat for Humanity, Ties 2 Work, Haiti Relief and Superwalk for Parkinsons. Fortis Properties, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortis Inc., owns and operates 2.8 million square feet of commercial real estate primarily in Atlantic Canada, 21 hotels in eight Canadian provinces and six unregulated hydroelectric plants in Ontario. Fortis Properties employs approximately 2,300 people. Visit for additional information about the Company.

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