Corina Moore, president and CEO at Ontario Northland, has resigned.
A memo was sent out to employees to inform them of her resignation via email from the Ontario Northland Commission's chair, Al Spacek.
"We wish her well in her future endeavours," Spacek stated.
Moore held the position for seven years and was named one of Canada's top 100 Most Powerful Women in 2021.
Moore joined ONTC in 2005 as director of telecommunications, then later was named chief operating officer and vice-president of the refurbishment division, where she led several key external remanufacturing contracts, and conducted labour negotiations with the ONTC's five union groups.
In the internal memo it is stated that Chad Evans will take over as interim president and CEO.
"Throughout the coming weeks, the board of directors will engage in an executive search process," stated Spacek.
Moore is no longer listed on the Ontario Northland website as president and CEO, and Evans is already listed as interim president and CEO.
"Chad has spent the past 20 years leading change and continuous improvement in the private and public sector as a business leader, technology and management consultant, trainer and speaker," the site stated.
"As one of the architects of Ontario Northland’s transformation program, Chad has led and enabled the 100+year-old transportation company to adopt modern technology, continuous improvement practices and integrate performance measurement into daily operations."