WestJet President and CEO Sean Durfy announced his resignation effective April 1, insisting he was leaving on his own accord to "spend more time with my young family," and Executive VP-Operations Gregg Saretsky was appointed as the Calgary-based LCC's new president and CEO. Durfy, who had served as president and COO of Calgary power utility Enmax Energy Corp. before joining WS in 2004 as executive VP-sales and marketing, was handpicked by charismatic WS founder Clive Beddoe to take over as ...

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