Did company president resign or was he dismissed?

Alberta court rules in favour of a former company president whose duties were taken over by the company’s CEO
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Larson v. Galvanic Applied Sciences Inc., 2005 CarswellAlta 438, 2005 ABQB 238 (Alta. Q.B.)

An Alberta court has ruled in favour of a former company president whose duties were taken over by the company’s chief executive officer.

Byron Larson joined Galvanic Analytical Systems in 1979. In 1996 the company joined Galvanic Applied Sciences Inc. and Larson became the president and a director of the company. He reported to Gerald Hipple, the CEO responsible for the restructuring that created the new corporation.