Moist wins as national president; Généreux as secretary-treasurer
WINNIPEG – Paul Moist was re-elected to his second two-year term as CUPE national president at the union’s 22nd biennial convention yesterday. Moist, 49, became national president in 2003.
Claude Généreux was re-elected for his third straight term as national secretary-treasurer. He was first elected to the position in 2001.
Elections for National Executive Board have concluded as follows:
General Vice-Presidents: Mario Gervais, Tom Graham, Rick MacMillan, Barry O’Neill and Patrick (Sid) Ryan.
Regional Vice-Presidents: NF - Donna Ryan; NS - Danny Cavanagh; NB - Daniel Légère; PEI - Donalda MacDonald; QC - Claude Turcotte, Charles Fleury; ON - Michael Hurley (South), Candace Rennick, Wyman McKinnon (North); MB - Kevin Rebeck; SK - Frank Mentes; AB - Margaret Templeton; BC - Mark Hancock, Fred Muzin.
Diversity Vice-Presidents: Dharam Boodhoo (Alternate, Yolande McLean); Leo Cheverie (Alternate, Brian Barron).
Six-year Trustee: Lyndsay Foley
About 1,700 members of Canada’s largest union have been meeting this week in Winnipeg at its national convention, the union’s highest decision-making body.
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