The annual Dollard-Morin Sport and Recreation Volunteer Award ceremony announced on Friday night that the “Impact Creator” having made the most impact in the Outaouais this year is Denis Rozon.
Rozon is the chief organizer of Bristol Dryland, the World Cup, and the Canadian Dog Racing Championships in Bristol. This is the world largest Dryland track race excluding the World Championship.
He quickly positioned himself as a model and an ambassador in his community by setting up a strong event, which became an emblem for the MRC Pontiac because of its international outreach. As a result of his time and his investment, he has managed to give an important place to the dog sport in his environment.