Annual General Meetings and Nominations

Executive Board Update

Annual General Meeting & General Elections – September 28, 2023 @ 8pm

Dear Members,

We are approaching time for our next Annual General Meeting. In advance of this meeting, we will be opening nominations for General Union Positions and providing updates from the Executive Board. In addition to the Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, and Trustee positions which are all up for re-election, we will also be taking nominations for the Recording Secretary position which has become vacant.

Annual General Meeting:

REGISTER NOW for the meeting:

The Union Annual General Meeting is on September 28, 2023 at 2000hrs on Zoom. Agenda for the General Membership Meeting is as follows:

  1. Acknowledgement of Indigenous Territory
  2. Roll call of officers
  3. Reading of the Equality Statement
  4. Voting on new members and initiation
  5. Reading of the minutes
  6. Matters arising from the minutes
  7. Secretary-Treasurer’s Report
  8. Communications and bills
  9. Executive Committee Reports
  10. Nominations, elections, or installations
    1. Vice-President (2 year term)
    2. Secretary-Treasurer (2 year term)
    3. Recording Secretary (1 year term)
    4. Trustee (3 year term)
  11. Unfinished business
  12. New business
  13. Good of the Union

Nominations for General Elections:

Nominations will be open from September 21, 2021 to September 28, 2023 at the Annual General Meeting for the following positions:

  • Vice-President (2-year term)
  • Secretary-Treasurer (2-year term)
  • Recording Secretary (1-year term)
  • Trustee (3-year term)

If there is only one valid nominee for any position, that person will be elected by acclamation. If there are more accepted nominations than positions, voting will take place by secret electronic ballot from October 5, 2021 to October 12, 2021.

We want to thank Akash Gill for her service as Recording Secretary. Akash has been critical in our advocacy, most notably our seconds count campaign which saw over 11,000 signatures, billboards, thousands of views on social media, and helped communicate who we are, what we do, and why it matters to government, stakeholders, and the public.

Full details will be sent out when nominations and voting opens. If you have questions or concerns please email

In solidarity,

Donald Grant