The provincial government has finally filled a key vacancy on the Kenora
Police Services board.
Glenda McMillan served out her term more than two months ago, and the seat has been
vacant since October 1st.
Her replacement will be Sara Dias, who is the executive director of the Canadian Mental Health Association
office in Kenora.
Dias is also the co-chair of the Situation Table.
She is expected to be sworn in at the next meeting of the police board on January 10th.