Register today for the CAPE's AGM

October 30, 2019

STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY

This year's theme will be diversity in the workplace. The federal government mirrors our society which is in constant change and evolution. Diversity is one of the many strengths of the federal public service.  But how does the government take advantage of this strength in the workplace? How well does the federal workplace adapt to its diversity and make sure to leverage our rich differences? What are the challenges and opportunities for public service employees? Those are some of the many questions our guest speaker, Larry Rousseau, will cover during his presentation.


Send us your questions!

Questions will be taken from the floor during the course of the AGM and can be submitted to general@acep-cape.ca.


The AGM will also go over general issues including the President's Review, the budget and the presentation of resolutions.Come in great numbers and take part in the discussions!

Date: Wednesday, November 13th

Location: Canadian War Museum, 1 Vimy Place.

Time: Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. for registration and the meeting will start at 5:30 p.m.

Meal: From 5:00 p.m. (Hot and cold buffet)

Register today!

If you wish to participate, you must register in advance using the form below.

Guest Speaker

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Larry Rousseau, Executive Vice-President of the CLC 


This year, our guest of honour is Larry Rousseau, Vice-President of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC). You will have the chance to hear him speak on diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Guest Speakers


Roxanne Lépine (left) and Catherine Gilbert of Joint Learning Plan

Joint Learning Program

Both Codirectors at the Joint Learning Program, Roxanne and Catherine have extensive experience working with unions and the Employer to offer useful courses on issues that matter to federal public service employees.  One of their courses specifically focuses on diversity and inclusion.


Jasmin Qi, OCISO

Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO)

Jasmin is a Team Lead at OCISO. She works with diverse groups of people in Canada to raise the public's awareness of diversity and inclusion, and to address businesses' talent shortage. She is passionate about building an inclusive community where everyone belongs.

Background Documents

 

Voting period from November 14 to 28

Pursuant to CAPE’s Constitution and Bylaws, all members in good standing will be asked to vote on one resolution being put forward, the budget, to approve the Association’s financial statements and to approve the choice of the auditing firm that will be auditing the Association’s financial statements.  

Need Help?

If you're having problems logging in to the portal or casting your vote, we can help. You can either write us at general@acep-cape.ca or if you prefer a more personal touch, call us at 613-236-9181 or 1-800-265-9181.