| Fraser Bruce|
Canadian aluminum executive who attended 3 early Bilderberg meetings.
Fraser 'Scottie' W. Bruce attended 3 early Bilderberg meetings. He worked for the Aluminum Company of Canada.
Bruce began as an apprentice at the Arvida Plant of the Aluminium Company of Canada (ALCAN) after graduation and rose to become its President and Director in 1957 until his retirement in 1969.
His career with ALCAN took him to Japan and the United Kingdom where he held positions of responsibility. During the World War II years, when aluminum was vital to the production of Commonwealth military aircrafts, he was Manager of the Ottawa office of ALCAN.
Bruce made significant contributions to the success of Canadian Executive Service Overseas (CESO), a voluntary non-profit organization that recruited Canadian business and technical talent for service in developing countries.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1955 September||23 September 1955||25 September 1955||Germany|
|The third Bilderberg, in West Germany. The subject of a report by Der Spiegel which inspired a heavy blackout of subsequent meetings.|
|Bilderberg/1956||11 May 1956||13 May 1956||Denmark|
|The 4th Bilderberg meeting, with 147 guests, in contrast to the generally smaller meetings of the 1950s. Has two Bilderberg meetings in the years before and after|
|Bilderberg/1961||21 April 1961||23 April 1961||Canada|
|The 10th Bilderberg, the first in Canada and the 2nd outside Europe.|