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HSA Election Campaign School

HSA is offering a 1 day, non-partisan election campaign school for members who are interested in getting more involved with the upcoming federal election.
 
With general voting day set for October 21, 2019, political campaigns are quickly gearing up and many important issues will start to shape the national conversation on who is best to lead our country.
 

HSA Convention wraps up, Avery re-elected as HSA president

Val Avery, a physiotherapist from Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, was re-elected Friday at HSA’s annual 2019 Convention for another two-year term.

“I have your backs. I am committed to working on your behalf, very diligently, day in and day out,” said Avery to delegates during her acceptance speech on April 5.  “We need to work together, and the more engaged members are in this union, the stronger we are going to be.”

Giddha re-elected to represent Region 7 members on Board of Directors

 

Jas Giddha has been re-elected to serve a two-year term as a member of HSA’s Board of Directors, representing HSA members in Region 7 from several worksites, including Surrey Memorial, Peace Arch, Abbotsford, and Chilliwack Hospitals, and the Fraser Valley Centre for Child Development.

Giddha is a medical radiation technologist at Surrey Memorial and Peace Arch Hospital, and has been involved in the union since graduating from Thompson Rivers University and starting as a casual in 2012.

Gibbons elected to represent Region 5 members on Board of Directors

 

HSA members have elected Carla Gibbons to serve a two-year term on the union’s board of directors representing Region 5, which includes a number of worksites in the Lower Mainalnd, including BC Children’s and Women’s Hospital and the Vancouver Cancer Centre.

A cytotechnologist at the Vancouver Cancer Centre, Gibbons has been active in the union and began volunteering as a steward in 2016.

Greenhalgh re-elected to represent Region 3 members on HSA Board of Directors

 

Cheryl Greenhalgh has been re-elected to serve a two-year term as a member of the HSA’s Board of Directors, representing HSA members in Region 3 from several worksites spanning from Burnaby Hospital to Eagle Ridge Hospital and SHARE Community Services in the Tricities.

Greenhalgh is a medical radiation technologist at Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster, where she serves as a steward, in addition to her role as the union’s Secretary Treasurer for the past two years.

Two candidates declared in first online election for Region 7 representative on HSA Board of Directors

Two candidates have been nominated to represent HSA members working in Region 7 on the union’s board of directors.
 
The two candidates in the election are Jas Giddha and Edith MacHattie.
 
The successful candidate will assume the position of Regional Director for a two-year term at the conclusion of HSA's 2019 annual convention. Candidate statements will be included with voting information sent to members by email or postal mail.
 

Four candidates declared in first online election for Region 5 representative on HSA Board of Directors

Four candidates have been nominated to represent HSA members working in Region 5 on the union’s board of directors.
 
The candidates in the election are Ramzan Anjum, John Christopherson, Carla Gibbons, and Jill Slind.
 
The successful candidate will assume the position of Regional Director for a two-year term at the conclusion of HSA's 2019 annual convention. Candidate statements will be included with voting information sent to members by email or postal mail.
 

Two candidates declared in first online election for Region 3 representative on HSA Board of Directors

Two candidates have been nominated to represent HSA members working in Region 3 on the union’s board of directors.
 
The two candidates in the election are Mojtaba (Moji) Borairi and Cheryl Greenhalgh.
 
The successful candidate will assume the position of Regional Director for a two-year term at the conclusion of HSA's 2019 annual convention. Candidate statements will be included with voting information sent to members by email or postal mail.
 

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