Provincial Board Nominations

The Alberta Party invites applications for nomination to the Board of Directors of the Alberta Party.  Members in good standing may apply to sit on the Board. Members must complete an application and allow their name to stand for election to the Board during the Alberta Party Annual General Meeting (AGM) April 4th, 2020.

Applications will be accepted between February 17th and March 17th. The Nominating Committee of the Party will receive the applications and present the names of eligible nominees to the attendees of the AGM. Application forms can be requested from

Nominations may also be made from the floor during the AGM.

The Annual General Meeting will be held at the Westin Hotel Calgary 320 4th Ave SW Calgary Alberta.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How often does the Board meet and where?

The Provincial Board meets at least monthly either in person or virtually through online meetings. Operational meetings, which not all Board members are expected to attend, are held more frequently.

What is the expected time commitment?

The Provincial Board is a mix of governance and operations, so expect to commit 5-10 hours per month as a director per month. The time commitment will increase if you take on additional roles and responsibilities, such as a VP position or Committee Chair.

What roles are needing to be filled?

Provincial Board members are champions and ambassadors for the Party. Expect to be asked to help with committees. outreach, organizing, and fundraising.  More information can be found by reaching out to the Nominations Committee or contacting any current member of the Board.

How long are the terms?

The term for a Director is 2 years, and the organization elects roughly half of the board at each AGM to ensure continuity. Currently the Board of Directors elects Officers and Committee Chairs at its organizational meeting.

How many board positions are available to be filled?

The Alberta Party Constitution (Article 6) states that 12 positions are open for election at each AGM.  



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