From Chapleau & White River, Ontario
Robert J. Deluce is one of Canada’s most knowledgeable airline owners and operators. He is the president and CEO of Porter Airlines.
Born in 1950 in Chapleau, Ontario
Raised in White River, Ontario
Flying High: Man behind Porter Airlines
Talking to Entrepreneurs: Robert Deluce, CEO, Porter Airlines
Chapleau is a township in Sudbury District, Ontario. It is home to one of the world’s largest wildlife preserves. The major industries within the town are the logging mill, Tembec, and the Canadian Pacific Railway railyards.
The town was named in honour of Sir Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau, lawyer, journalist, businessman, politician, and most notably the 5th Premier of Quebec.
Paul Carson. My Home Town
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White River is a township located in Ontario, Canada, on the intersection of Highway 17 and Highway 631. It was originally set up as a rail town on the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1885. In 1961, it was finally made accessible by car via Highway 17 of the Trans-Canada Highway.
Winnie the Pooh Park is located just off of Highway 17 as you pull into town and sits central to our business highway section. This beautiful park is the perfect rest stop for your family