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Voting results

From November 12 to November 25, pursuant to CAPE’s Constitution and Bylaws, all members in good standing were asked to vote on the resolutions being put forward, to approve the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 fiscal year budgets, to approve the Association’s financial statements for 2019-2020 and to approve the renewal of the auditing firm that will be auditing the Association’s 2020-2021 financial statements.

2020 Annual General Meeting

In case you missed it, please find below the video recording of the AGM. Background documents Please find below the background documents from the meeting: • Budget • Audited…

It's time to vote!

Pursuant to CAPE’s Constitution and Bylaws, all members in good standing will be asked to vote on the resolutions being put forward, to approve the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 fiscal year budgets, to approve the Association’s financial statements for 2019-2020 and to approve the renewal of the auditing firm that will be auditing the Association’s 2020-2021 financial statements. In addition, EC, LOP, OPBO and RCMP civilian members in good standing will also be invited to vote on their choice of Vice-President.

Elections 2020: Meet the Candidates

This is to inform members that the nomination process for the CAPE’s National Executive Committee has concluded and a final list of candidates established in accordance with the Constitution and Bylaws.

CAPE Meets with Official Opposition Shadow Minister for Treasury Board

On Friday, October 16, a delegation from the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) led by its President, Greg Phillips, met with Luc Berthold, Member of Parliament for Mégantic—L'Érable, Québec, in his capacity as the Conservative Party of Canada’s Official Opposition Shadow Minister for the Treasury Board.

World Mental Health Day

Mental health issues have been on the rise since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. The social and economic consequences of the lockdown have caused many Canadians to experience unmanageable stress and anxiety, which, in some cases, has produced clinical illnesses.

Justice for Joyce Echaquan

Following the tragic death of Joyce Echaquan in Joliette last month, CAPE would like to offer our deep condolences to her family, the Atikamekw community, and all Indigenous Peoples and communities.