Canadian Diamond Consultants Inc. (CDC) is a consulting company first incorporated in 2003 in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Its offices are now situated in Ottawa, Ontario, the National Capital of Canada.
Canadian Diamond Consultants Inc. is specializing in the provision of independent commercial and policy advice related to the Canadian diamond industry. A more detailed list of services available can be viewed.
The principal of CDC is Mr. Pierre Leblanc. Pierre Leblanc is a former Commander of the Canadian Forces responsible for the security of Canada's North. Upon retirement from the Canadian Forces, he joined Diavik Diamond Mines Inc in 2000 as the Vice President of Corporate Affairs until 2003. In 2003, he formed Canadian Diamond Consultants Inc.
Pierre is knowledgeable of the Canadian diamond industry and its place in the world. He monitors the diamond industry in Canada from exploration to retail. He has extensive contacts in the diamond industry and government. Pierre is one of the architects of the Canadian Voluntary Code of Conduct for the Authentication of Canadian Diamond Claims and was instrumental in the enactment in record time of Bill C-14 in support of the domestic implementation of the Kimberley Process in Canada. A biography is included.
Pierre is associated with a number organizations and associations relevant to the Canadian diamond industry such as the World Diamond Council. CDC can be reached through the following contact points.
Colonel Leblanc is an ambassador for the Arctic Inspiration Prize.
Pierre has one associate.
Mr. Adi Klausner who has extensive experience in diamond marking and manufacturing using traditional as well as modern methods that include robotics. He is based in Toronto. A biography is included.