Council Election

Voting for the 2019/2020 Council Election is now closed. Election results are available

​Candidates' election statements are included in the election material for the information of members. All candidate statements must comply with the Election Policy. Election statements are not edited for grammar or typographical errors, but have been formatted for consistency. Candidates running for the positions of President or Vice President were also invited to participate in a short video. These videos can be found on the candidate’s statement page below. 

All candidates selected to stand for this year’s election were approved by the Nominating Committee using a merit-based process, as required by the new Professional Governance Act. Learn more about the Nominating Committee and the candidate selection process.
As per the Election Policy, the candidate names appear in alphabetical order in the election materials. The names on the ballot are listed in order of random draw.

The opinions expressed by candidates are not necessarily those of the association, but are permitted to ensure an appropriate and robust debate of the issues that may be of importance to members of the association.
 

 

Candidate Statements

Presidential Candidates (one to be elected)

Two candidates are running for the office of President. The candidate receiving the largest number of votes will be elected to the office of President for a 1-year term. You may vote for ONE (1) candidate for the position of President.


L. (Lianna) Mah, P.Eng., FEC
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T.C. (Tim) Watson, P.Eng.
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Vice Presidential Candidates (one to be elected)

Two candidates are running for the office of Vice President. The candidate receiving the largest number of votes will be elected to the office of Vice President for a 1-year term. You may vote for ONE (1) candidate for the position of Vice President.


D.I. (David) Harvey, P.Eng., Struct.Eng., FEC
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L.B. (Larry) Spence, P.Eng.
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Councillors (five to be elected)

Eight candidates are running for the office of Councillor. The five candidates in this category receiving the largest number of votes will be elected to serve a 2-year term as Councillor. You may vote for up to FIVE (5) candidates for the position of Councillor.

Should an additional Councillor position become vacant as a result of the election, the candidate receiving the next highest number of votes will fill any vacancy that becomes available. In accordance with Section 9 (7) of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act, if no member of a Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering or Geoscience in BC is elected, one will be appointed by Council for a 1-year term.


M.A. (Mark) Adams, P.Eng.
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B. (Brian) Dick, Eng.L.
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N.F. (Nathan) Ozog, P.Eng., FEC
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C.E. (Christine) Plante, P.Geo.
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T. (Thomas) Tiedje, P.Eng.
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J.D. (Jeremy) Vincent, P.Geo.
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B.C. (Brent) Ward, P.Geo., FGC, FEC (Hon)
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E.J. (Edwin) Zander, Eng.L.
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Continuing Councillors

The following Councillors will be entering the second year of a two-year term: Antigone Dixon-Warren, P.Geo., Susan MacDougall, P.Eng., Brock Nanson, P.Eng., Larry Spence, P.Eng. and Kevin Turner, P.Eng., FEC. Katherina Tarnai-Lokhorst, P.Eng., FEC, FGC (Hon) will continue for one additional year in the role of Immediate Past President.

The following government appointees are continuing their term on Council: Alan Andison, BA, LLB, Suky Cheema, CPA, CA, Leslie Hildebrandt, ICD.D, LLB, and David Wells, JD.

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