Members of this committee are responsible for reviewing the current By-laws for possible changes and making recommendations to a President Conference for any changes. They are also responsible for making recommendations for new regulations or changes to current ones. As well, the region has policies that need reviewing from time to time and recommending changes to the Regional Executive Council. The committee meets when required and can meet prior to a President Conference if required.
This committee reviews the revenue, makes recommendations to the REC on specific line items for the budget. Members also make recommendations for Financial Policies to ensure the region runs smoothly. Members of this committee designate one person who writes all of the cheques to pay any claims, does all of the banking, keeps records of all expenses, works with the auditor to provide information required for the audits, and submits reports to the national office. The committee meets when required either in person or by telephone.
Sargy Chima - Chair
CONFERENCES, CONVENTIONS AND TRAINING COMMITTEE
The responsibility of Conferences, Conventions and Training (CCT) committee is to develop and update as required an application form for funding requests, as well as to evaluate funding applications, in consultation with the Finance Committee, and provide a recommendation to the NVP.
The mandate of this committee is to assist members who are seeking to expand their knowledge and further their labour education by attending conferences, conventions or training opportunities. The CCT committee is often the largest revenue source for members of CEIU BC/YT, and with this consideration in mind, the committee will endeavor to provide financial assistant where and when possible within the regional annual budget allocated for training.
Aaron Chang - Chair
Kelly Megyesi - Chair (Thompson Okanagan Kootenays)
Helen Cook (Vancouver Island)
Susie Blyth (Fraser Valley)
Johanne Chevalier (Metro)
Urmi Verma (North)
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY (OSH) COMMITTEE
The responsibility of this committee is to conduct and evaluate a survey of the membership’s training needs with regards to OHS and develop an action plan to meet those needs during this term. They are also responsible for staying current on the Canada Labour Code Part II, as well as changes to the National Joint Council on OSH policy. Members of this committee may be called upon to assist with members in the BC/YT region wishing to receive advice on OHS committees/information.
The Regional HRRR committee champions human rights and race relations for all members. Their mandate is to empower our members through education, awareness, promotion, & advocacy on issues related to HRRR. They are responsible for identifying and engaging members on HRRR concerns, to promote and foster a positive and safe environment, and to lobby the union, employer and government at all levels on HRRR issues.
|Aly Kanani – Chair||LGBTQ+ (male)|
|Mark James-Bhasin||LGBTQ+ (gender neutral)|
|Pavenjot Dhaliwal||Racially Visible (female)|
|vacant||Racially Visible (male)|
|Kelly Megyesi||Members with Disabilities/Access (female)|
|vacant||Members with Disabilities/Access (male)|
|Rod Cunningham||Indigenous (male)|
|Deb Foster||Indigenous (female)|
YOUNG WORKER COMMITTEE
Members of this committee are responsible for representing and promoting issues that affect CEIU young workers.
Jaspinder Badesha (Chair)
Felicia Chima (alt Chair)