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Q4 Capital Corp. (Parent Company) 
Board of Directors



Q4 Capital Corp is the parent company of HWIF and owns all of the shares of the company and as such elects the board of HWIF who selects the management team.  

Q4’s Board represents a cross selection of Western Canadian business people all who are dedicated to providing 21st century substainable solutions to western Canadians infrastructure problems.

Meet our board

Board Chair

David is a partner in the Willows Wellsch Orr & Brundige LLP law firm in Regina Saskatchewan. David has 37 years of experience practicing law in Saskatchewan and has specialized in corporate commercial law and real estate.


He has also worked in the area of corporate finance having sat as the Chair of the Canadian Bar Association securities law (2010-2012) and was chair of the Saskatchewan Angel Investment Network for two years in 2007-2009. He has assisted clients in raising monies through various legal exemptions on both the public markets and equity capital markets.  He sits on the Board of Mission Bay Developments, Brunwall Developments and previously sat on the board of At Home Canada (an e-real estate firm). 


David currently chairs the Sask Government House Foundation. David sat as a volunteer on the Boards of the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation, Economic Development Regina, and the Senate of the University of Regina. David practices in Regina Saskatchewan and was awarded his Queens Counsel designation in 2010, and received the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.  


In 2010, he was honored by the Global Directory of Who's Who. He has also been recognized by the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell International Rating Service for his competence and professional ethics in the legal profession. In 2022, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee Medal.

Vice Chair

Wayne is the former President and CEO in The Morsky Group of Companies, a 60 year-old family owned and operated business with primary interests in commercial and heavy construction. Wayne hails from Manitoba and received a Diploma in Business Admin from Red River College in Winnipeg. He is a past president of the Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association of Saskatchewan, past chair of the Western Canadian Roadbuilders Association and past chair of the Canadian Construction Association as well as a founding member and President of the Regina Chapter of The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE). Wayne sat on the Saskatchewan Construction Panel, Saskatchewan Construction Association Board of Directors, Centre of Excellence in Transportation and Infrastructure in Saskatchewan Board of Directors, Canadian Construction Association Board of Directors, Saskatchewan Roughriders Board of Directors and CFL Board of Governors.  He presently sits as the Chairman of the Board for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

The Morsky Group of Companies began with land clearing in Manitoba and progressed into the oil field industry in the early fifties. They moved onto grid road construction, rail line development and were awarded their first major highway contract in 1970. Today they are involved in diverse sectors of the construction industry: land development, general contracting, transportation and minefield infrastructure, soil reclamation and stabilization, environmental remediation, pipeline construction, and rail line maintenance.


Norm is the former Sr. Vice President, Potash Operations for The Mosaic Company. Norm retired from the Mosaic Company in July 2013, after a 36 year career with Mosaic and its legacy companies. He continued supporting Mosaic on a contractual basis as a Senior Advisor to the executive leadership until July 2016. 

Norm is based in Regina Saskatchewan, and was a member of the Mosaic Senior Leadership Team (SLT). He had overall responsibility for the Potash Business Unit’s (PBU) six mining operations in Canada and the USA. He led an operations excellence and maintenance reliability initiative utilizing six sigma and other continuous improvement techniques.   Under Norm’s leadership the Potash Business Unit launched a $6.0 billion expansion campaign to add in excess of 5 million tonnes of production capacity in the Saskatchewan operations. 

A native of Saskatchewan, Norm earned his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 1974.  He is currently the chair of the board of Tourism Saskatchewan and vice chair of the board of the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSask). He is a former board member of Sask-Energy, and the former Chairperson of the Canadian Fertilizer Institute. Norm is Past President of the Saskatchewan Mining Association and the Past Chair of the Saskatchewan Potash Producers Association. 

In 2005 Norm was honoured with a Centennial Medal from the Government of Saskatchewan. In 2002 he was named as one of the ten most influential business men in Saskatchewan for his work as a Business Ambassador. He is an alumnus of the Duke of Edinburgh Sixth Commonwealth Study Conference, a gathering of future corporate and labour leaders. In 1986 Norm was selected as one of twelve Canadian business representatives to study the Management of Change in Industrial Society in India and Australia. Norm sat on the Regina Symphony Orchestra board and the board for the Hospitals of Regina Foundation and the past honorary chair of the Saskatchewan Roughriders Centennial Advisory Committee.  

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Gayle grew up in Plenty, Saskatchewan, a small agriculture & oil community in the west-central part of our province. She attended University of Saskatchewan, graduating with a diploma in Orthoptics from the University Hospital Department of Ophthalmology.  She opened the first Orthoptic Clinic at the Pasqua Hospital in Regina in 1985. She moved to Kindersley in 1991 and started her business in the Agriculture Retail sector, selling crop production and crop protection products to farmers throughout West Central Saskatchewan.

In 2015 after moving to Saskatoon she got involved in several business interests including managing a farm operation in the Kindersley area, partner in Supreme Source for Sports, Kindersley, with interests on both the production and the service side.  She is also an investor in several other businesses including a real-estate company, property management company & an RTM specially built daycare center.

She has served as a community representative on the board of Sun West School Division and 11 years on the SaskTel Board of Directors.  He has also obtained Certified Director designation as a graduate of ‘The Director’s College’ through McMaster/DeGroote (c/o Conference Board of Canada).

She has been an active member in the community including billeting Junior Hockey players for 16 years, coaching and participating in various sports.

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Cammy Ouellette is a collaborative and strategic finance leader with over 21 years of experience in various industries, including Banking and Fintech. She has expert knowledge of financial planning and analysis, corporate strategy, M&A, corporate finance, investor relations, financial reporting. Cammy leads high-performance teams, in collaboration with executives, lines of business, operations, and risk management, to provide value added insights, business intelligence, and support on strategic initiatives. 


Cammy’s most recent positions were held at Concentra Bank, as the Vice President (Corporate Finance and Strategy) and Senior Director (Analytics). It was here that Cammy led the entire process in selling Concentra to Equitable Bank for $470M. She was instrumental in raising Concentra’s first $250M fixed term note in the debt capital market. She’d managed a team of 10 professionals (CPA, CFA, BI) to lead and execute quarterly rolling-forward forecasts and annual planning, perform complex analysis and provide value-added insights on business performance and projections, and automate and develop real-time KPIs. Cammy established and led a robust and comprehensive process to identify and evaluate new market opportunities, including trend and market analysis, benchmark stats and peer group analysis. 


Chris is a Canadian Professional Engineer with 35 years of progressive industry business experience in the energy and resource sector including 22 years as a member of various leadership teams.

Most recently, Chris was in Malaysia as General Manager of the Shell Gas to Liquid refinery and conducted an organizational capability assessment and implemented the company’s transformation plan before returning to Canada to retire in January 2021. Prior to that, Chris had worked at the Shell Scotford Petrochemical complex in successive roles as Maintenance Manager, Engineering Manager and Production Manager and helped to improve the performance of the plant and people.

Prior to Shell, Chris worked for Mosaic fertiliser company in various engineering and production roles and as a plant engineer for  Saskpower after graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in Mechanical Engineering.  While in Malaysia, Chris served on the Board of Directors of the Shell-operated  Joint Venture Gas to Liquid company along with members from the federal oil company, Petronas, the state of Sarawak and Mitsubishi. Chris also served on the board of KKB, Kelab Kidurong Bintulu, the city’s recreation and conference center.

Chris is now consulting primarily in the field of energy transition.


Darrell Zwarych is currently the CEO & President of Advance Engineered Products. Advance is one Canada’s largest tanker trailer manufacturer and service provider.


Before this Darrell was the VP Finance for Mosaic Potash.  The role encompassed all areas of finance, strategy, including project control for a $6 billion expansion program. Also included in this role was government relations and aboriginal community relations. Darrell was also a board member and chair of the audit committee for Saskferco, a nitrogen business which was a joint venture between the Saskatchewan Government and Mosaic. Saskferco was eventually sold to Yara Industries.


Darrell served as a director of the Potash Producers Association which is a Potash industry group that works with all levels of Government to solve common issues between government and the Potash Industry. He was also a director for Modular storage, a roll up strategy for the storage business industry which was eventually sold to a strategic competitor.


Darrell is a Chartered Accountant and a CPA with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Calgary. Darrell has been involved with numerous volunteer boards over the years. His main passion is team building, developing people and creating a culture of success.

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