Governance

Board of Directors

The Alberta Party Board of Directors is made up of people of all ages and backgrounds from across the province. They travel from their homes across the province to attend board meetings once monthly. Party members are invited to attend board meetings (in person only) as observers, subject to fire capacity. Please email secretary@albertaparty.ca to indicate attendance and to ensure there is allowable capacity.

Please Note: In-person meetings have been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Board meeting minutes are posted for your interest and can be found here.

Our current Board of Directors includes:

Conrad Guay - President

 

Sue Timanson - Vice-President

Grande Prairie   Strathcona - Sherwood Park
     

Myles Chykerda - Corporate Secretary

 

Anthony Castillo - Chief Financial Officer

Lacombe - Ponoka   Lethbridge - West
     
Past President    
Rhiannon Hoyle Edmonton South West    
     
Directors At Large    
  Beth Bell
St. Albert
  Denise Brunner Edmonton - Castle Downs
  Ashley Dreger Highwood
  Sid Kobewka St. Albert
  Shannon Lyons Calgary - South East
  Jennifer Metituk Grande Prairie
  Larry Ottewell Calgary - Mountain View
  Tristan Patterson Edmonton - Castle Downs
  Blake Pedersen Cypress - Medicine Hat
  Allen Preston
Lac la Biche - St. Paul - Two Hills
     

Committees

The Alberta Party maintains several standing committees as well as ad-hoc groups assembled for specific purposes.

Currently active committees and their chairs are listed below.

Fundraising Allen Preston Lac la Biche - St. Paul - Two Hills
Communications Jennifer Metituk  Grande Prairie
Membership, Organizing, and Engagement Mark Taylor Calgary - Klein
Information Technology Rowan Wiebe Calgary - Klein
     

Provincial Board Nominations

Final Report Submitted to the Provincial Board on Sept. 15, 2020

Rick Sloan Morinville - St. Albert
Bylaws and Constitutional Review Sue Timanson, Myles Chykerda Strathcona - Sherwood Park, Lacombe-Ponoka

Governance Documents

The Alberta Party is governed by its constitution and bylaws. The links below will take you to the current version of these important governance documents:

Bylaws (Last Revised October 20, 2018)

Constitution (Last Revised October 20, 2018)

Schedule A (Last Revised June 15, 2019)

The Alberta Party