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Minutes of the January 20, 2021 Executive Board Web Conference

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January 20, 2021

The Executive Board was called to order at 9:39 a.m. President Thomas was in the Chair. All members were present. Clarke Eaton, Advisor to the President and Linda Mariani, Executive Assistant to the President were also in attendance.

Anna Ainsworth Local 560, Jaime Brault-Laroque L4107, Carla Carubba L273, Adele Devlin L365, Bonnie Eddy L330, Lisa Fewster L166, Coleen Houlder L524, Hilarie La Fave L373, Suzette Maxwell L526, Steve McCaw L106, Taylor McIntosh L116, Holly MacPherson L211, Betty Palmieri L206, Vikki Poirier L238, Melanie Powers L228, Aman Rajwani L596, Pamela Serrattan L528, Nicole St. Amand L440, Leanne Weatherill L348 and Candace Young L125 were in attendance as observers.

Agenda

The agenda was amended to add:

  • Recommendation from the January 20, 2021 Executive Committee Meeting:
    • Reassignment of Protection Agents from Local 475 to a new Local with new Protection Services members at Ottawa University to new Local 4109
  • Observers
  • Update from staff pension committee
  • Discussion on naming of the website
  • Staffing vacancies – in camera
  • Update on CAAT-S

Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Therefore be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board adopt the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board Minutes of the December 5, 2020 Web Conference, January 5, 2021 Executive Board conference call and the January 6, 2021 Executive Board e-poll.

Roll Call #1

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

January 6, 2021 Executive Board e-poll:

Purchase of Leslie M Frost Nature Centre

Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board waive the 30-day notice for expenditures in excess of $20,000.

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed   for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara   for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie   for

Thomas, Warren    for

Usher, Joel   for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against


Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Whereas OPSEU/SEFPO membership continues to grow; and

Whereas OPSEU/SEFPO historically has used rented meeting space and accommodations to use for its member and staff training; and

Whereas having space where members can spend time with other members from various regions is advantageous for OPSEU/SEFPO’s growth; and

Whereas the former Frost Centre in Haliburton Heights was placed on the market by the government of Ontario for sale; and

Whereas this site consisting of 40 acres of land and 21 buildings would be a place for OPSEU/SEFPO members to learn, grow and interact with each other; and

Whereas although this site has not been used for some years now for the publics education, it has been maintained; and

Whereas once renovated, this site will be a facility that both the Union and community can be proud of;

Therefore be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board approve that OPSEU/SEFPO purchase Leslie M Frost Nature Centre; and

Be it further resolved that the funds for the purchase are to be drawn from the funds in budget that were slated for 155 Lesmill payments; and

Be it further resolved that OPSEU/SEFPO will pay remaining owed funds back to the strike fund at 500k per year until the full amount is paid back; and

Be it further resolved that the financials will have a separate ledger, indicating the borrowed amount and payments made to the OPSEU/SEFPO Training Centre.

Almeida, Eddy    for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed   for

Cain, Geoff    for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara   for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie   for

Thomas, Warren    for

Usher, Joel   for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Business Arising

Referral from the October 5, 2020 Executive Board meeting:

CAAT- A Divisional Meeting Postponement

That the CAAT-A Divisional Meeting Postponement motion be referred to the next regularly scheduled board meeting, or if needed a special board meeting will be convened before the next meeting.

Whereas on June 1, 2020, the Executive Board postponed the 2020 OPS Divisional Conference due to the Covid pandemic; and

Whereas CAAT A Division is scheduled to hold their Divisional Meeting in the fall of 2020; and

Whereas the COVID-19 pandemic is still very much a threat to the health and safety of OPSEU/SEFPO members; and

Whereas OPSEU/SEFPO is not yet fully operational; and

Whereas the Executive Board has already decided to postpone all Local elections and extend terms upon review after OPSEU/SEFPO becomes fully operational; and

Whereas all Divisions and leadership positions within OPSEU/SEFPO should be treated similarly; and

Whereas OPSEU/SEFPO members require leadership within their divisions during these unprecedented times; and

Whereas it would be unsafe and contrary to recognized union health and safety principles for members to meet in large gatherings at this time;

Therefore be it resolved that the 2020 CAAT A Divisional meetings be postponed until such a time as one may be held in accordance with the indicated resolves, and that the terms for the elected leadership be extended until OPSEU/SEFPO resumes normal operations; and

Be it further resolved that this decision be reviewed once OPSEU/SEFPO returns to its normal operations.

*motion withdrawn

CAAT-Support

Update discussion

Treasurer’s Report

  • Financials
  • Contingency Fund
  • Constituency Fund
  • Defence Fund
  • ODSP Fund – OPS Job Protection Fund
  • ODSP Fund – MERC Action Plan
  • ODSP Fund – OPS Redeployment Fund
  • LBED – Anti-privatization Fund
  • Communications Motion
  • OPSEU/SEFPO Material/Swag
  • Other Business

Communications Motion

Moved by Almeida/Thomas

Whereas the local leaders have indicated that they require resources to fund communications initiatives at the local level; and

Whereas empowering locals to decide what these resources look like and how resources should be spent increases local capacity; and

Whereas convention 2021 will not be occurring as normal due to the pandemic

Therefore be it resolved that each local with their TARS up to date be given $500 dollars towards communications initiatives; and

Be it further resolved that funds not paid out initially will be held in trust for the 2021 year only, giving Locals time to submit TARs that are in arrears; and

Be it further resolved that these funds will be drawn from the 2021 Convention line.

Moved by Perron/Steinbrunner – Amendment:

In the first resolve, insert word “electronic” between “towards” and “communications”

Roll Call #2

Almeida, Eddy   for

Arscott, Julius against

Arvelin, Ed   against

Cain, Geoff  against

Doran, Dave   against

Finucane, Drew against

Kwok, Kingsley   against

Labelle, Sara  against

Langford, Tara  against

Maclam, Kenneth  against

Maszczakiewicz, Tara   against

Morton, Lucy  against

Nancekivell, Laurie against

Perron, Janel   for

Rondeau, Nathalie against

Smith-Rice, Erin  against

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  against

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel    against

Van Zetten, Jennifer   against

DEFEATED 4 for 17 against


The question is called on the motion:

Whereas the local leaders have indicated that they require resources to fund communications initiatives at the local level; and

Whereas empowering locals to decide what these resources look like and how resources should be spent increases local capacity; and

Whereas convention 2021 will not be occurring as normal due to the pandemic

Therefore be it resolved that each local with their TARS up to date be given $500 dollars towardscommunications initiatives; and

Be it further resolved that funds not paid out initially will be held in trust for the 2021 year only, giving Locals time to submit TARs that are in arrears; and

Be it further resolved that these funds will be drawn from the 2021 Convention line.

Roll Call #3

Almeida, Eddy    for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed   for

Cain, Geoff    for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara   for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer  for

Carried 21 for 0 against

OPSEU/SEFPO Material/Swag

Moved by Almeida/Thomas

Whereas OPSEU /SEFPO material and swag items are normally given to locals at Convention; and

Whereas Convention 2021 will not be held due to the pandemic; and

Whereas we have already budgeted for these items,

Therefore be it resolved that each local receive $100 credit per delegate and alternate as they are entitled to per the OPSEU /SEFPO Constitution; and

Be it further resolved that locals may purchase items through OPSEU/SEFPO site; and

Be it further resolved that the amount allocated per local will not be deducted for shipping of items over $100; and

Be it further resolved that if a local decides to use the funds Locally, they can have a local supplier contact the First Vice President and Treasurers office directly with invoice detailing items for OPSEU/SEFPO items ordered for payment; and

Be it further resolved that funding for this will come from the 2021 Convention line.

Moved by Usher/Kwok – Referral to the President’s office to take this motion and explore other option that could be done with this money.

First Vice President/Treasurer Almeida in the Chair

Roll Call #4

Almeida, Eddy   against

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed    against

Cain, Geoff   against

Doran, Dave     against

Finucane, Drew    against

Kwok, Kingsley for

Labelle, Sara   for

Langford, Tara   against

Maclam, Kenneth   against

Maszczakiewicz, Tara against

Morton, Lucy  against

Nancekivell, Laurie against

Perron, Janel  against

Rondeau, Nathalie  against

Smith-Rice, Erin against

Steinbrunner, Ken  against

Strachan, Edie   against

Thomas, Warren against

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer  against

Defeated 4 for 17 against


President Thomas in the Chair

The question was called on the motion:

Whereas OPSEU /SEFPO material and swag items are normally given to locals at Convention; and

Whereas Convention 2021 will not be held due to the pandemic; and

Whereas we have already budgeted for these items,

Therefore be it resolved that each local receive $100 credit per delegate and alternate as they are entitled to per the OPSEU /SEFPO Constitution; and

Be it further resolved that locals may purchase items through OPSEU /SEFPO site; and

Be it further resolved that the amount allocated per local will not be deducted for shipping of items over $100; and

Be it further resolved that if a local decides to use the funds Locally, they can have a local supplier contact the First Vice President and Treasurers office directly with invoice detailing items for OPSEU /SEFPO items ordered for payment; and

Be it further resolved that funding for this will come from the 2021 Convention line.

Roll Call #5

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius against

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley against

Labelle, Sara  against

Langford, Tara  for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie for

Perron, Janel for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  against

Thomas, Warren for

Usher, Joel  against

Van Zetten, Jennifer  for

Carried 16 for 5 against

Julius Arscott, Kingsley Kwok, Sara Labelle, Edie Strachan, Joel Usher filed minority reports.

President’s Report

Internal Issues

Fred Upshaw Award of Merit

Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Whereas Fred Upshaw was president of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union from 1990 to 1995, who earned the distinction of being the first Black trade unionist to lead a major Canadian labour union; and

Whereas Upshaw’s presidency coincided with the five-year rule of the Ontario’s NDP government under Premier Bob Rae; and

Whereas OPSEU/SEFPO was a key player in the fightback against Rae’s Social Contract Act during his presidency, which solidified OPSEU/SEFPO’s role as a leader of the Public Services Coalition;

Therefore be it resolved that OPSEU/SEFPO approves the creation of the Fred Upshaw Award of Merit in honour of his legacy and the social justice initiatives that he championed throughout his life; and

Be it further resolved that it be awarded to a racialized member who has demonstrated leadership qualities within the union and the community at large; and

Be it further resolved that this award be presented annually at the OPSEU/SEFPO Convention, starting in 2022.

Roll Call #6

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Excluded position attendance at Committee and Board meetings

Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Be it resolved that the President designate executive assistants to attend the Executive Board and Executive Committee meetings, including in camera discussions as appropriate, for a period of one year to be reviewed at that time by the Executive Board.

Roll Call #7

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Other Business

Observers at the board

Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Be it resolved that we create a separate line in the minutes wherein we list the names, locals and name of caucus/committee of the observers to the executive board.

Roll Call #8

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against


Moved by Nancekivell/Almeida – move into committee of the whole

Roll Call #9

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against


Moved by Thomas/Almeida – move out of committee of the whole

Roll Call #10

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Central Labour Updates (OFL/NUPGE/CLC)

Staffing Issues – In Camera

Moved by Thomas/Almeida – In Camera

Roll Call #11

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Afternoon

The meeting resumed at 1:03p.m.

Rise & Report

Progress

Committee Reports

Standing Committee Reports

  • Convention
  • Planning

Convention 2022

Moved by Thomas/Almeida

Be it resolved that the OPSEU Executive Board waive the 30-day notice for expenditures in excess of $20,000.

Roll Call #12

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against


Moved by Langford/Thomas

Whereas the OPSEU/SEFPO annual Convention for 2021 was cancelled due to the pandemic; and

Whereas the current state of emergency in Ontario prohibits large gatherings; and

Whereas the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board passed a motion on December 7, 2020 to extend the term of office for the Leadership to 2022,

Therefore be it resolved that an additional day will be added to the OPSEU/SEFPO annual Convention in 2022 to conduct the business of the Union; and

Be it further resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO annual Convention will commence at 9 am on Wednesday, April 6th in 2022 and this will be considered Day 1,

Be it further resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO annual Convention will be adjourned on Day 4, Saturday, April 9th, 2022 at noon.

Roll Call #13

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Policy Review Ad-hoc

Policy Section 11.1

Moved by Nancekivell/Steinbrunner

Be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board approve the suggested changes in the Policy Manual under section 11.1

Moved by Arvelin/Maclam – Referral with instruction to First Vice-President/Treasurer’s office to return to the February meeting any implications or unforeseen things that may be affected by these potential changes.

Roll Call #14

Almeida, Eddy   for

Arscott, Julius against

Arvelin, Ed for

Cain, Geoff  against

Doran, Dave for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley against

Labelle, Sara  against

Langford, Tara against

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  against

Morton, Lucy for

Nancekivell, Laurie  against

Perron, Janel  against

Rondeau, Nathalie against

Smith-Rice, Erin  against

Steinbrunner, Ken against

Strachan, Edie   against

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  against

Van Zetten, Jennifer against

Defeated 7 for 14 against


The question was called on the motion:

Be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board approve the suggested changes in the Policy Manual under section 11.1

Moved by Almeida/Nancekivell – Amendment:

All staff identifiers be removed from the correspondence

Roll Call #15

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave    –

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara  for

Maclam, Kenneth for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara for

Morton, Lucy for

Nancekivell, Laurie  for

Perron, Janel for

Rondeau, Nathalie   for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer  for

Carried 20 for 0 against


The question was called on the motion as amended

Be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board approve the suggested changes in the Policy Manual under section 11.1 as amended

Roll Call #16

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave    –

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara  for

Maclam, Kenneth for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara for

Morton, Lucy for

Nancekivell, Laurie  for

Perron, Janel for

Rondeau, Nathalie   for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer  for

Carried 20 for 0 against

Policy Section 23.2

Moved by Steinbrunner/Nancekivell

Be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board approve the suggested changes in the Policy Manual under section 23.2

Roll Call #17

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

Policy Section 23.3

Discussion

  • Executive Committee (Officers) update

Recommendation from the January 20, 2021 Executive Committee meeting:

Reassignment of Protection Agents from Local 475 to a new Local with new Protection Services members at Ottawa University to new Local 4109

Whereas the 38 (thirty-eight) Protection Services Members at the University of Ottawa voted to join OPSEU/SEFPO on October 31st, 2019; and

Whereas the 58 (fifty-eight) Protection Agents of Local 475 feel their unique working conditions will be best served by being part of a Local with other Protection Services members; and

Whereas the members of Local 475 voted at a duly and properly held meeting of the Local to allow the 58 Protection Agents to leave the Local;

Therefore be it resolved that the OPSEU/SEFPO Executive Board approve that the 38 Protection Services Members at the University of Ottawa and the 58 Protection Agents of Local 475 become the new OPSEU/SEFPO Local 4109.

Roll Call #18

Almeida, Eddy  for

Arscott, Julius for

Arvelin, Ed  for

Cain, Geoff  for

Doran, Dave  for

Finucane, Drew  for

Kwok, Kingsley  for

Labelle, Sara for

Langford, Tara   for

Maclam, Kenneth  for

Maszczakiewicz, Tara  for

Morton, Lucy  for

Nancekivell, Laurie   for

Perron, Janel  for

Rondeau, Nathalie  for

Smith-Rice, Erin for

Steinbrunner, Ken  for

Strachan, Edie  for

Thomas, Warren  for

Usher, Joel  for

Van Zetten, Jennifer    for

Carried 21 for 0 against

New Business

Orange shirt day

Discussion

Naming of the website

Discussion

Committee Reports

  • Pension Liaison

Adjournment

The Executive Board adjourned at 2:21p.m. All members were present.

Warren (Smokey) Thomas, President
Nicole Glass, Corporate Secretary