MONTREAL, June 23 /PRNewswire/ - Mr. Tony Khoury has resigned as the CEO of KRMC. He will be replaced by Pierre Turgeon. Author, journalist, historian, and publisher, Pierre Turgeon has over 30 years of experience in the publishing industry. He is also the CEO and publisher of Transit Publishing, a company that established itself in a leading position in the publishing industry. As an author, Mr. Turgeon has written 16 books and twice won the Governor General's Literary Award in Canada for his novel The First Person and his book Radissonia: The James Bay Adventure. He also co-authored the non-fiction bestseller Canada: A People's History (Volumes 1 & 2), companion books to a successful CBC TV series. He has worked as a journalist for Radio-Canada, the National Film Board and Actualité.
Furthermore, the company is in the process of changing its name from Kurant Mobile Catering to Cogito Media Group.
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