Dany Fortin ( Major General ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
Dany Fortin CMM MSC CD is a Canadian Armed Forces officer serving as a major general in the Canadian Army know all about him as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||55|
|Place of Birth||Montmagny, Canada|
|Profession||Major General in the Canadian Army|
|Net Worth||$1 million -$5 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Dany Fortin CMM MSC CD is a Canadian Armed Forces officer serving as a major general in the Canadian Army. He served as the Public Health Agency of Canada's (PHAC) vice president of logistics and operations, leading the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine rollout from November 27, 2020 to May 14, 2021, when he left pending a military investigation.
He has served in commanding roles in the War in Afghanistan and the ISIL insurgency in Iraq.He commanded the 1st Canadian Division Headquarters and also served in a foreign exchange billet as the Deputy Commanding General for I Corps of the United States Army.
Early Life and Family
Fortin received the BSc and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in the Royal Military College of Canada, where he received the MMAS.He also attended the University of National Defense and Canadian Forces College, Army War College. He received awards of the military merit order, the Cross of Meritorious Service and the decoration of the Canadian Forces.
Dany Fortin Wife
Dany Fortin is married with wife Madeleine Collins but there is no any information about his children on social media.
Dany Fortin Net Worth
Dany Fortin CMM MSC CD is a Canadian Armed Forces officer serving as a major general in the Canadian Army who has an estimated Net Worth of between $2.5 million in 2021.
Fortin actively participated in the release of Reverend Hyeon Soo Lim. The Pastor was operating humanitarian efforts in North Korea providing tens of millions of dollars' worth of aid before disappearing in February 2015. The DPRK had arrested him and in December 2015, Lim was sentenced to life with hard labor for crimes against the North Korean regime.
In August 2017, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent a Canadian international government delegation to Pyongyang to discuss the case. Lim was released from detention on August 9, 2017, and arrived in Canada on August 12, 2017. For his role, Fortin received a letter of commendation from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
In November, 2020, Fortin was named vice-president of logistics and operations for PHAC (in a military role), assisting in the procurement and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines approved by Health Canada for the federal COVID-19 vaccine rollout.On May 14, 2021, the Department of National Defence announced that Fortin left the PHAC assignment pending a military investigation.
On May 17, Fortin was replaced by Brigadier General Krista Brodie.On June 14, 2021, Fortin filed a request for judicial review of the decision to remove him from his PHAC role, seeking either reinstatement or assignment to another position suitable for his rank. Fortin argued that the decision to remove him was political and that he was denied procedural fairness.
Sexual misconduct allegation
The incident being investigated by the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service dates back to 1988, when Fortin allegedly exposed himself to a woman while he was a student at Royal Military College Saint-Jean. Fortin denied the allegation.
On May 19, the Provost Marshal said that it had referred the matter to Quebec's director of criminal and penal prosecutions to decide if charges should be laid.In August 2021, Fortin was charged with one count of sexual assault by Gatineau police which allegedly occurred while at university in 1988 between January 1 and April 30.