Election and resolution results
As part of CAPE's 2017 AGM, members were invited to vote for a new president and a number of resolutions. We would like to sincerely thank members who took the time to cast their ballots.
Greg Phillips elected as president
A presidential race took centre stage at this year's AGM, which saw Greg Phillips elected as CAPE's new president. Greg Phillips has served as President of the Statistics Canada Local 503 (a Local with over 2,400 ECs) since 2010 and has been an active member of CAPE’s National Executive Committee (2009–2015).
Four candidates were in the running for the position. The president’s three-year term begins on January 1, 2018. For more information on Greg's platform and the presidential vote tally, please consult the original results announcement.
Vice-presidents and directors acclaimed
In addition to the presidential election, all of the positions on the National Executive Committee were up for renewal. Candidates for these positions were all acclaimed; they include: EC-LoP Vice-President Nick Giannakoulis, TR Vice-President André Picotte and the following directors: Anthony Coles, Hailin Collins (Wang), Howard Delnick, Miranda Dyck, Granda Kopytko, Ann Kurikshuk-Nemec, Kelly Mansfield, Mathieu Stiermann, Andreas Trau, Elizabeth Venditti and Bernard Marquis.
For more information on these vice-presidents and directors, please consult the original results announcement.
Finance and resolutions
As part of our annual general meeting, members were also asked to review and vote on CAPE National Executive Committee business, specifically the annual budget, audited financial statements, appointed auditors, and a series of resolutions.
Members voted in favour of approving each of these items, including four resolutions seeking changes to CAPE's bylaws. For a complete vote breakdown and more information on each resolution, please consult the resolutions results page.