Dallas Howe

Corporate Director

Dallas J. Howe was the founding Chair of the Board of the Global Institute for Food Security and now a member. He served as the Chair of the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. from 2003 to 2015 and a Director since 1991. He was a Director at Viterra Inc., (formerly Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Inc. and acquired by Glencore in 2012) since 2005. He serves as Chair of the Board of Advanced DataSystems Ltd. and is a director of the C.D. Howe Institute. He served as the Chair and a Member of the University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors. He also served as director of a Crown corporation from 1982 to 1989. He is the owner of DSTC Ltd., and serves as its chief executive officer. Mr. Howe currently serves in a management advisor role to BDM IT, a company he sold to GE Medical Systems in 2002 and was repurchased in 2012. His principal areas of expertise and experience include governance, general business, compensation programs, agriculture, and e-commerce/technology. In 1989, he was the first recipient of the Saskatchewan/KPMG Entrepreneur Award. He was recognized in early 2009 with an ICD Fellowship Award for his leadership in board governance. Mr. Howe received a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Masters in Mathematics from the University of Saskatchewan. He pursued graduate studies in Computer Science at the University of Toronto.