Alouettes confirm that assistant GM Catherine Raiche is leaving team to pursue other options

The Montreal Alouettes announced on Tuesday that assistant general manager Catherine Raîche will leave the organization to pursue other opportunities.

The Alouettes granted Catherine permission to explore other opportunities on Dec 11th. She left for personal reasons.

Raîche joined the Alouettes in December 2015 as the Coordinator of Football Administration. She was named Assistant General Manager in January 2017 and was overseeing the day-to-day activities of football operations.

“On behalf of the Montreal Alouettes, I thank Catherine for all her hard work since joining our team,” said Alouettes General Manager Kavis Reed. “Her dedication and expertise will be missed in our organization and we wish her all the best in her future projects.”

“I was very proud to work for the Montreal Alouettes and I will keep great memories of members of the organization as well as the players,” said Raîche. “It’s never easy to make this kind of decision and I consider myself lucky to have had this opportunity with the club. I am very grateful to the Wetenhall family, Kavis Reed and the entire organization.”


8 Comments on Alouettes confirm that assistant GM Catherine Raiche is leaving team to pursue other options

  1. No one serious wants to work for Kavis Reed anymore.

    • Geroy Burris // December 19, 2017 at 2:03 pm //

      No self-respecting man or woman would want to work for Kavis. Montreal is going to be down a long time after they fire Reed. The organization and the roster are almost devoid of winners now. Jim Popp must be loving this as much as his most recent Grey Cup.

  2. She was gifted a title that is hard to come by. She hadn’t earned it and was put off by not being involved in the hiring process. She shouldnt of been a Assistant GM…she should of been just assistant director of Football ops!

    • Howard Wulkan // December 19, 2017 at 12:13 pm //

      “Shouldn’t have” and “should have”.

      • Thank you. Was going to ask what “should OF” even means.
        I know I get criticized for improper use of colons and semi-colons (and I admit, I am bad with that) but really??? If I have been to Vancouver and someone (not knowing I have) says to me, “you should OF gone to Vancouver”, do I answer, “I OF gone there”? And I’m not even a white guy LOL.

  3. Why this pretty insignificant news deserve two reports on 3Downs? Both articles had the same about of information.

  4. Kwitcherbichin // December 19, 2017 at 6:05 pm //

    Maybe because they happened 2 DIFFERENT times? Who cares. Odd that you went to so much trouble for something you find so insignificant. You saw the title, you opened it, you READ it and then took the time to write what a waste of time it was. Too funny. Thanks for the laugh.

  5. Kwitcherbichin // December 19, 2017 at 6:07 pm //

    Nevermind about the 2 different times, wrong thread. But as far as the rest…………

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