Category : Elections

Written on Apr, 20, 2015 by in , | Leave a comment

Nominations for president and vice-president of CWA/SCA Canada closed Thursday, April 16, with only two nominations received by the National Elections Committee. As a result, we declare Martin O’Hanlon returned as President and Lois Kirkup as Vice-president, by acclamation. National Election Committee, CWA/SCA Canada

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Written on Aug, 24, 2011 by in , | Leave a comment

                      Photos: Stephen Thorne Martin O’Hanlon was sworn in today as Director of CWA Canada although he will not officially begin in the full-time position until Aug. 30. O’Hanlon, 44, is taking a leave from his regular job as parliamentary editor for The Canadian Press, where he continues until the end …

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Written on Jul, 26, 2011 by in , | Leave a comment

Source: cwa-scacanada.ca Martin O’Hanlon will be the next Director of CWA Canada after emerging the clear winner in national elections. O’Hanlon, a member of the Canadian Media Guild, captured 440 votes. His challenger, Ron Carroll, a copy editor at The Gazette and vice-president of the Montreal Newspaper Guild, garnered 167. “I’d like to thank the members for putting their trust in me to lead the …

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Written on Jun, 02, 2011 by in , | Leave a comment

June 28, 2011 To: CWA/SCA Canada Locals and Guild Activists From: National Elections Committee Re: 2011 Election for National Director of CWA/SCA Canada Fellow members, Because of uncertainty about the resumption of postal service in Canada following the labour dispute at Canada Post, including when the mail already in the system will be moved, the National Elections Committee of CWA/SCA …

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Written on May, 21, 2011 by in , | Leave a comment

  To: CWA/SCA Canada Locals From: National Elections Committee Re: Campaign for National Director, CWA/SCA Canada Dear Local Officials, You are being officially notified of the election for the position of National Director of CWA/SCA Canada. Under election rules approved by the National Representative Council, the campaign period starts immediately and ends at 12 noon EDT on Thursday, June 2. …

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