Patrick Guigui is the President of Snooker Canada and oversees all the activities directly related to the development and promotions of the game nationally. His skills include marketing, accounting, management and public relations. Above all, his passion for the game of snooker is what inspires him to develop the game for future generations. If you feel the same, feel free to call him, anytime.
Chief Technology Officer
Jonathan Perlman has been with Snooker Canada since its creation, and has been instrumental with every stage of growth along the way. As Chief Technology Officer, his responsibilities include overseeing IT infrastructure and web services offered by Snooker Canada. His expertise in the non-profit space is a great benefit to the organization.
Head of Disciplinary Committee
Originally from England, Kat is very familiar with the game of snooker and its origins. She grew up watching the game on television, and is now the person in charge of the particular dealings when players cross the line, in relation to the integrity of the game. With over 20 years of experience in various supervisory roles, this is sure to be a good fit for the long term future of the game and its core values.
Erica is the national host for Snooker Canada and has many different functions. If she is not doing interviews with one of the players on tour, she can be found helping with the creation of one of our educational videos, or in the production in one of our documentary movies. Erica adds a great dimension to the promotion of our sport with her energy, professionalism and passion. She has worked for companies such as TSN & Rogers TV and has experience in working on events like the recent Pan Am Games & the London Olympics.
Live Streaming Producer
Guy Simard is the founder of Billard Quebec, the leading billiards website in the province. Guy has an extensive history with many things including, but not limited to, graphic design, photography, commentating, and of course, video stream production. A person that gives special attention to detail in anything he takes on, Guy is passionate about developing all forms of billiards.
Director of PLayer Development
With over 50 years experience in the game, Lou Fiori has seen and accomplished a wide variety of things surrounding the game of snooker. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Mr. Fiori has traveled to various parts of the country to compete over the years. Some of his accomplishments include scoring a perfect game on 2 separate occasions and winning the Alain Robidoux invitational. His genuine approach when guiding individuals to improve their snooker techniques shows, and countless players have benefited from this over the years.
Director of Business Development
From October 2012 – May 2016, Sam was the president of the Western Billiards Society. His role with Snooker Canada revolves around contacting potential business owners to help build and develop an ongoing relationship with Snooker Canada. Whether it is through a sponsorship agreement, planning a tournament style event, or purchasing one of our products. Sam acts as the liaison between business owners and organizing parties.
David Burney was born in Oakville, Ontario, but now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. David is a freelance artist, working in many disciplines ranging from photography to sculpture,woodworking, film and television. He enjoys commentating as it is a great tool to let the viewers know some insight and information on the players, so they can find things they like about them and cheer for them when they are at the table. As being an artist, David appreciates the game, as a great high running break and can be seen as a work of art, with the cue ball being the player’s brush and the table their canvas.
Tyler Choutka is currently the Head Referee for Snooker Canada and has lived his entire life in Vancouver, British Columbia. Beginning with his passion for playing pool as a youth, Tyler became interested in snooker as an adult and enjoys all aspects of the game from playing to refereeing. With a career as a fire protection technician, his eye for detail and adherence to rules and regulations translates well to officiating snooker matches. Tyler would love to see the game of snooker become big again in Canada and dreams of perhaps representing his country as an international referee one day.
Director of Junior Development
Rick Howard hails from Brantford, Ontario and has been involved in the game of snooker for many years. Most recently, Rick has become a certified snooker referee and says he enjoys this aspect of the game. Rick is also the current President of the Brant County Snooker League and stays very active playing the game as well. His passion is to see the game grow from the grass roots, which if course, comes from our youth. The future looks bright indeed...