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Alberta's Labour Relations Board currently includes a Chair, three Vice-Chairs (including one who also serves as Essential Services Commissioner), one part-time Vice-Chair and 36 board members. representative of both labour and management. All members are appointed by the Lieutenant- Governor in Council for their experience and knowledge of labour relations.

 

 

 

Pam Kirkwood, Member
William J. Johnson, Q.C. - Chair
Mr. Johnson has practiced labour law in Alberta for 30 years. Bill has a diverse background in labour and employment law with exposure to numerous sectors of the economy (retail, industrial, health care, public sector, transportation, entertainment, communications, education, construction and utilities).  In 2002, the Province of Alberta appointed Bill as a Queen's Counsel, and in 2011, he was inducted into the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.  Bill has been frequently listed in LEXPERT magazine to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada in the area of employment and labour law.  Bill was appointed in 2013 for a three year term as a member of the Alberta Human Rights Commission.  In the 2016 Chambers Canada, Canada's Leading Lawyers for Business journal, the authors comment on Bill states, "William Johnson commands 'a national reputation' as a 'highly sophisticated' and 'very well respected' employment lawyer". 

 

Nancy Schlesinger
Nancy Schlesinger - Vice-Chair
Nancy Schlesinger first worked for the Board in 1996, when she joined the Board for a six-month secondment as legal counsel. She returned to the Board in October 1999 to work as legal counsel and was appointed to the position of Vice-Chair in January 2002. Nancy previously worked as legal counsel at the Alberta Court of Appeal, where she assisted the appeal justices with their work. She is a graduate of the University of Alberta Law School and clerked with the Alberta Court of Appeal and Court of Queen's Bench before completing her articles at the law firm of Witten Binder.
Ian Smith, Vice-Chair

Ian Smith - Vice-Chair:
Ian Smith was appointed a full-time Vice-Chair in November 2013. Prior to joining the Board, Ian was a partner at Miller Thomson LLP in Edmonton where he practiced labour and human rights law. He has represented clients' interests before arbitrators, administrative tribunals and all levels of the Alberta courts. Ian is a graduate of the University of Alberta Faculty of Law.

 

Lyle Kanee
Lyle Kanee, Q.C. - Vice-Chair
Mr. Kanee has worked in Toronto and Edmonton with union-side law firms. He has been a sessional instructor in labour law at the University of Alberta and has presented at a number of conferences. He has been involved in negotiating collective agreements, resolving workplace grievances, and presenting cases before the Board. His practice has included civil litigation, pension and benefit issues, disability insurance claims, class actions, and human rights matters, and he has represented clients' interests before human rights and professional tribunals, and all levels of the courts including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Gwen Gray, Q.C., Vice-Chair and Essential Services Commissioner

Gwen Gray, Q.C. - Vice Chair and Essential Services Commissioner
Gwen Gray, Q.C., has been appointed Essential Services Commissioner and Vice-Ms. Gray, Q.C., has been appointed Essential Services Commissioner and Vice-Chair of the Board effective June 1, 2016 for a five year term. Ms. Gray received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1975 and Bachelor of Laws degree in 1978 from the University of Saskatchewan. She was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1979 and to the Alberta Bar in 1993. She obtained her Masters of Law degree from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY in 1992. From 1995 to 1997, she served as the Vice Chairperson of the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board and as Chairperson from 1997 to 2003. Ms. Gray worked in Regina and Edmonton in union-side law firms. Her practice included the areas of labour, employment and human rights law.  She also held an appointment as a member of the Alberta Human Rights Commission.

Jeannine Arbour, Member Jeannine Arbour - Member
Jeannine Arbour is the Manager of Labour Relations in Calgary with the United Nurses of Alberta (UNA), a trade union representing over 28,000 members. Jeannine completed a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies at the University of Calgary and is certified in leading organizational change initiatives. She is also a Certified Human Resources Professional who prior to joining UNA worked in the field of Human Resources and Employee/Labour Relations for both major education and health employers in Alberta. Jeannine has built strong collaborative relationships that support the resolution of conflict with multiple stakeholders and at varying organizational levels. She has the ability to determine and implement complex labour relations strategies based on the needs of the parties she is working with.  She has extensive experience as a lead negotiator, guiding bargaining teams for large and small workplaces with diverse staff.  When she is not working she enjoys thinking about exercise and traveling to obscure archeology sites.
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Bill Begemann - Member
Bill has been a member of Local 424 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical workers for over thirty years. He has worked in various positions throughout his 17 year tenure within the business office of the Local Union and is currently working as an Assistant Business Manager for the membership of Local 424. As a result of his experiences he has been involved in all facets of organizing, grievances, arbitrations, board hearings and negotiations. He has sat on numerous Industry boards and is an active participant in the Labour community.

Dennis Bennett, Member

Dennis Bennett - Member
Dennis has over 37 years of experience in all areas of labour relations. He is a Labour Relations Consultant-Appeals and Arbitrations with the Health Sciences Association of Alberta. Dennis has been with HSAA for the past 17 years. He has been active in the trade union movement since 1974, was previously employed by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees for 20 years and is a graduate of the Labour College of Canada. He is a former Correctional Officer for the Province of Alberta and a former Commissioned Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Dennis has acted as Union Counsel in rights and interest arbitrations, before the Alberta Relations Board and numerous Professional Health Colleges. In addition, Dennis plays a very active role in mentoring and the continuing education of HSAA Labour Relations Officers.

Brent Bish, Member Brent Bish - Member
Brent Bish has been an executive member of United Mine Workers Local 1656 for the past 20 years and is currently the President and full time officer. Brent has served on numerous municipal boards, two terms as Town Council and served two terms on the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industrial Training Board. He attended college in Prince George in the business program.
Paul Bokenfohr, Member Paul Bokenfohr - Member
Paul Bokenfohr has over thirty years of experience in the labour relations and human resources management field.  He has practiced in a number of different industries including education, construction, oil, brewing, telecommunications and technology.  He has held positions in Construction Labour relations- Alberta, Suncor, Labatt’s and TELUS.  Paul holds a BA and MBA from the University of Alberta.
Jennifer Burns, Board Member

Jennifer Burns - Member
Jennifer returns as a member of the Board after a two year hiatus. She has a LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the bar in Alberta in 1996. For most of twenty-five years, she worked with Extendicare Canada Inc. primarily in the areas of labour and employment. Jennifer is now Vice-President, HR and Legal Counsel at The Good Samaritan Society where she continues to work primarily in the areas of labour and employment. She was appointed to the Alberta Human Rights Commission (Tribunal Member) from September 2010 to June 2013.

Jason Copping, Board Member

Jason Copping - Member
Jason Copping is a consultant in Alberta with over 20 years experience in labour relations, human resource management and corporate affairs.  Working in the transportation industry, he has been involved in all aspects of labour relations including leading the negotiation and administration of collective agreements, mediation, and interest & rights arbitration in both Canada and the US.  Jason teaches Labour Relations at the University of Calgary.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Honours) in Political Science from McGill University and a Master of Industrial Relations degree from Queen’s University.

Pemme Cunliffe, Board Member

Pemme Cunliffe - Member
Pemme is in-house counsel at Covenant Health responsible for Labour and Employee relations. Her background includes 30 years as a nurse and a health care administrator and seven years in law. Her responsibilities include labour and employee issues, grievances and arbitrations, wrongful dismissal and other employment-based complaints, collective agreements, policies on compensation and benefits and managing Human Rights.

Rick Eichel, Board Member Rick Eichel - Member
Rick Eichel has been a Teamster member since 1976 and has been the President of the Teamsters, Local 362 since 1996.  Mr. Eichel is responsible for assisting in the administration of the Local as well as negotiating and servicing the membership in all aspects.  This Local has over 6,000 members working under 100 different collective agreements of which Mr. Eichel has negotiated approximately 200 collective agreements. He is also a Joint Council 90 President and Chairman of the Board of Trustees covering two pension and two health and welfare plans for the prairie provinces.
Kris Farkas Kristine Farkas - Member
Kris Farkas is a labour relations consultant in Alberta with degrees in both commerce and law. After several years in private practice, focusing on labour law, Kris joined United Nurses of Alberta, initially as a Labour Relations Officer, and for ten years as Manager of Labour Relations. She has acted as Union Counsel at arbitrations, labour board hearings, professional conduct hearings, and various levels of court. Kris also has experience negotiating collective agreements, for groups ranging in size from less than twenty to more than 20 thousand.
Lynda Flannery, Board Member Lynda Flannery - Member
Lynda Flannery brings over 30 years of experience in human resources, specializing in labour and employee relations, to the Board.  Her experience encompasses the public and private sectors and several industries:  construction, oil and gas (operations plus pipeline and up-grader major projects ), municipalities and health care.  Lynda began her professional career as a labour economist, and progressed through various construction project management and human resources management positions.  In all her roles, she introduced innovative and practicable approaches to all aspects of human resources and sought to and was successful in improving employee and labour relationships and processes.  She has an Honours and a Master of Economics degree from U of A and Queens University respectively, as well as a Masters degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Bastyr University (Washington, USA).  She was first appointed to the Board in 1985/86 and served until 2010.  At that time she retired to meet family obligations.
Niels Frederiksen, Board Member Niels Frederiksen - Member
Niels has over 45 years of experience in Industrial, Commercial and Marine Construction.  He was Vice-President of Operations of Jacobs Industrial Services Ltd. from 1994 – 2012 and prior to that, held a number of positions with Jacobs and Delta Catalytic Constructors Ltd., focusing on Industrial Contract Maintenance.  From 1987 to 1994 he was responsible for the total management of the Prairie Division of Delta Catalytic Constructors Ltd.  He has managed multiple construction projects throughout western Canada. Niels also served for 24 years on the Construction Labour Relations Association (CLRa), including serving as the Chair for two terms.  He was also Chair of the Mechanical Trade Division, negotiating numerous agreements with the Pipefitters. Since retirement, Niels has been doing consulting work and has accepted a two year term as one of two Jurisdictional Dispute Umpires in Alberta.
Nancy Furlong, Member

Nancy Furlong - Member
Nancy Furlong has worked in the Alberta labour movement for over 35 years.  She has established a credible reputation as an accomplished facilitator, communicator and advocate.  From 2007 to 2013, Nancy held a full time elected position with the Alberta Federation of Labour which deepened her broad understanding of the complexities of both private and public sector labour relations.  Her wealth of experience includes representing unions in rights and interest arbitration, contract negotiation and administration. Nancy's unique perspective comes from the variety of roles she's held  while working full time for unions including representation, education, administration and management.  Following recent experience with an energy sector union in Ontario she returned to Alberta to take up her current post as Director of Operations at the Non-Academic Staff Association, University of Alberta, representing over 6,000 members and managing ten staff and numerous volunteers. 


Carol Graham
Carol Graham - Member
Carol is currently a Management Consultant with over 25 years experience working with public, private and non-profit organizations. Her experience is creating and implementing successful human resource strategies in a challenging and constantly changing environment. She has provided a leadership and mentoring role while involved with a number of reorganizations focusing on strategic planning, change management and the evaluation of various initiatives. Carol's legal education and experience as an advocate in court and in front of a number of administrative panels has assisted in the development and presentation of training and orientation programs dealing with a number of legal topics, including reasonable accommodation, collective bargaining and privacy. Carol is a member of the Alberta Labour Relations Board and deals with matters under the Labour Relations Code and the Public Service Employee Relations Act. She also frequently sits on Arbitration Boards as an Employer nominee.
David Harrigan
David Harrigan - Member

David Harrigan is the Director of Labour Relations at the United Nurses of Alberta, a position he has held since 1990. Prior to that, he held other positions with UNA, including Local President, Provincial Vice President, and Labour Relations Officer. As the senior staff member at UNA, which represents over 24,000 Nurses throughout province, Harrigan has over-all responsibility for all labour relation activities, including organizing, education, membership services, negotiations, grievances and arbitrations. He has appeared in numerous arbitrations and labour relations board hearings, and acts as chief negotiator of the union. Prior to joining UNA, David was a Registered Psychiatric Nurse.

Tom Hesse, Member

Thomas Hesse - Member
Tom has been active in labour relations for close to 30 years. Tom's most recent position is executive assistant to the President of Local 401 of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union. Previous positions he has held in the organization include: service representative, director of advocacy, negotiator and director of education and communications. Tm has his Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Economics and Social Psychology. Tom was a previous Board Member from 2002-2014 and was reappointed in 2016.

 

Pamela Kirkwood, Member Pamela Kirkwood - Member
Pamela M. Kirkwood, now retired, most recently was the Director, Labour Relations for the City of Edmonton. The City is a multi-union employer, and the Labour Relations section negotiated and administered six (6) collective agreements, providing employee relations services and advice to all City managers and employees.  Pamela previously worked for the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees for 24 years in numerous capacities; two central labour bodies (the Alberta Federation of Labour and the Labour Council of Metropolitan Toronto); and. the Public Service Alliance of Canada. She has over 35 years labour relations experience primarily in the areas of arbitration and grievance advocacy, negotiations, contract administration and labour relations education. She was appointed to the Labour Relations Board in May 2002, and served for 12 years – sitting as a Board member as both a Union side and Employer side Nominee.
Bill Kolba, Board Member

Bill Kolba - Member
Bill is a retired National Representative with the Communications Energy & Paperworkers’ Union with extensive experience in servicing local unions and organizing unorganized workers. He served as President of the union’s Composite Local 777 while working at CIL\AT Plastics. He also served as a Board Member for over nine years on the Employment Insurance Board of Referees as well as serving on the Executive Board of the Energy and Chemical Workers Union.

Mike Kozielec
Mike Kozielec - Member
Mike Kozielec possesses over 30 years experience in all key aspects of labour relations acquired through advisory and leadership roles in public  sector organizations across several jurisdictions (Alberta, Federal, Ontario). Mike was an Alberta Labour Relations Board officer and later continued his labour relations career with Canada Post in its head office, City of Ottawa, City of Calgary, and the University of Calgary. His work experience includes collective bargaining, rights & interest arbitration, developing and applying strategies to enhance positive workplace relationships. Mike is currently a director of consulting firm K. Gerbasi Research Inc., and also teaches labour relations and human resources development courses at SAIT. He also serves as a member of Parks Canada - Development Advisory Board.   
Jacqueline Lacasse, Board Member

Jacqueline Lacasse - Member
Jacqueline Lacasse is the Director of Labour Relations at the University of Calgary and is responsible for collective bargaining, contract administration, program and policy development, grievances and arbitrations and labour relations training. Prior to joining the University, Jacqueline practiced labour and employment law in private practice and as in-house legal counsel for Alberta Health Services.  Jacqueline is an active community volunteer and has held board roles for a number of local non-profit organizations. 

 

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Roland LeFort - Member
Roland LeFort has been a member of Unifor Local 707a for more than 30 years. Throughout that time he has held each of the roles in the Executive, for a total of 18 years as an elected representative. He has successfully completed labour-related programs with multiple institutions, focusing on arbitration and negotiations, and received training in a wide array of areas relevant to his positions within the Executive. He has held a well-respected role within several Bargaining Committees, participating as Lead on many occasions. As a resident of Fort McMurray for more than 35 years, Roland has been actively involved with social , not for profit organizations such as United Way, and has also participated as a board member for a wide array of community agencies.

 

Peter Marsden, Board Member

Peter Marsden - Member
Peter has over 30 years of labour relations experience in the municipal and electrical industry. Prior to his retirement in 2016 Peter spent 28 years as full-time President of Local 38, Canadian Union of Public Employees. His experience includes collective bargaining, contract administration, grievances and disputes resolution. Peter has served on many boards including Employment Insurance Board of Referees, Local Authorities Pension Plan, CUPE Alberta and his community association.

Susan McGillivray

Susan McGillivray - Member
Susan McGillivray is currently the Senior Program Officer, HR Talent and Workforce Strategies at Alberta Health Services (AHS).   AHS is Alberta’s province-wide health authority that employs approximately 101,000 people with an annual budget of approximately $14 billion.Susan’s areas of responsibility include: employee and labour relations, total rewards, talent management and workforce strategies. Susan is a lawyer by training and has worked in the health sector in progressively senior legal and human resources roles since moving to Alberta from Saskatchewan in 1998.

Bruce Moffatt

Bruce Moffatt – Member
Bruce Moffatt is currently the Business Manager and CEO of the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 955 which represents 13,000 members in the province of Alberta. Mr. Moffat has twenty-six years of experience as a union representative placing particular emphasis on alternative dispute resolution processes. Bruce also spent two years in human resource management with a large mining company and was responsible for negotiating collective agreements from an employer perspective ensuring appropriate policy, goals and compensation for employees. During his long career as a union representative, Bruce negotiated collective agreements and represented members in the construction, health care, manufacturing, mining, municipal and education sectors, and continues to negotiate provincewide collective agreements as well as directing the administration of IUOE Local 955 and related Health & Wellness, Pension and Education Trust Funds.

Donna Neumann, Board Member

Donna Neumann - Member
Ms. Neumann was appointed as a member of the Alberta Labour Relations Board in 1990 and served on the Board to the expiration of her term in February 2010.

Ms. Neumann’s professional practice includes a considerable amount of third party neutral work.  As a member of the Alberta Labour Relations Board, she was, in addition to sitting as a member of panels, assigned by the Chair to conduct informal dispute resolution activities.  Techniques for same ranged through facilitation to mediation to arbitration.  As well, she has served as management nominee on arbitration boards.  In addition she has been asked to serve as Umpire for the United Nurses of Alberta/Alberta Health Services Relocation Committee; as Chair of the Job Review Committee for University of Calgary/Alberta Union of Provincial Employees; and Fact Finder for National Energy Board/Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (Federal legislation.)

Her third party neutral work includes day to day resolution of conflicts within organizations as well as many assignments to investigate inappropriate workplace behaviour.  These investigations involve gathering information from, and in support of, both the Complainant and Respondent, making a determination, and providing recommendations.  In some cases, clients request additional assistance in implementing the recommendations.

Crytal Norton, Member Crystal Norton - Member
Crystal Norton works as a Labour Relations Representative with Construction Labour Relations – An Alberta Association (CLRA). In this capacity, her responsibilities include acting as the spokesperson representing employers in collective bargaining, contract administration, and conflict resolution for  matters impacting construction contractors and their workers, along with the delivery of programs focused on healthy, safe and productive workplaces. With over 15 years of broadly based labour relations experience, she has held various Human Resources and Labour Relations positions in the healthcare, utilities, and construction industries. Her educational qualifications include a Bachelor of Management degree with a major in Labour Relations and a Master of Business Administration degree. She has also pursued additional training in leadership, conflict resolution, and interest based negotiations and is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP).

 

Laurie Pelkie, Member

Laurie Pelkie – Member
Laurie Pelkie is currently the Assistant Superintendent, Human Resource Services for Edmonton Catholic School Board. Laurie has worked with Edmonton Catholic Schools since 1976; served as a teacher, consultant, assistant principal and principal. Ms. Pelkie has been in senior management for the past nine years as Assistant Superintendent, Leadership Services and Human Resource Services. Assistant Superintendent Human Resource Services includes staffing for teachers and all other staff; pay and benefits; leadership development and employee relations.  As part of Employee Relations, she works with three unionized groups and one out of scope employee group.



Cal Ploof

Cal Ploof – Member
Cal is currently the Director of Organization and Recruitment, for the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada, local Union 488. Mr. Ploof has been involved in Organized Labour for 34 years obtaining experience in collective bargaining, grievance proceedings, unfair labour practice complaints, duty of fair representation complaints as well as numerous certifications and revocations.

Daunine Rachert, Member

Daunine Rachert - Member
Daunine Rachert was a National Representative with the Canadian Union of Public Employees for 18 years until her retirement in 2014.  She has extensive experience in negotiations, organizing unorganized workers and representing CUPE Locals and members in grievances, arbitrations and at the Labour Relations Board.   Ms. Rachert was a CUPE member and union activist locally and nationally for over 20 years while employed at the CBC in Calgary.  She is a regular volunteer with Soup Sisters which provides nutritious homemade soup to Calgary shelters for women, children and youth in crisis.

Al Schuster, Member
Al Schuster - Member
Prior to his recent retirement, Al Schuster was the Vice President, Human Resources at Lehigh Inland Cement Limited. Among his accomplishments at Lehigh, Mr. Schuster administered 29 collective agreements and negotiated 20 of these agreements in his first year at Inland. Mr. Schuster has had experience in the Oil Industry, having spent nine years in Ft. McMurray with Suncor Inc. He has also worked in the Industrial Construction Sector and dealt with the Building Trades in both Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Carl Soderstrom, Member Carl Soderstrom - Member
Carl Soderstrom is the Executive Director of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, Alberta's largest union with a membership of approximately 85,000. He directs, coordinates, and advises the Union regarding high level strategy and tactics. He has presented numerous cases before the Labour Relations Board, arbitration panels and professional licensing boards and has negotiated and been involved in a broad spectrum of collective bargaining disputes. Carl has also served as a Vice-Chair and Trustee to the Local Authorities Pension Plan and as a Member of the Public Service Pension Plan Board.
Jay Spark, Member

Jay Spark - Member
Jay Spark has over 38 years of professional experience as a senior administrator, labour relations specialist, mediator and consultant.  From 2010 to 2017, Jay served in a variety of senior administrative roles for the University of Alberta, culminating in his appointment in 2013 as Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Human Resources).  From 1995 to 2010, Jay was Principal Consultant of Spark Consulting Services, providing labour relations and conflict resolution services to a range of union and non-union clients.  He served as a member of the Government of Alberta’s roster of Designated Mediators between 2003 and 2006.  Jay holds a Bachelor of Science degree and MBA from the University of Alberta.”  

Karen Thibault, Member Karen Thibault - Member

Karen Thibault is the Senior MSO Advisor (southern alberta) for Alberta’s largest union, The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees. Karen began her career as a Union Representative with AUPE in 1987. She has negotiated numerous collective agreements covering many sectors, and has extensive experience in grievance handling and dispute resolution.. Karen is also a graduate of the Labour College of Canada.

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Kathy Vasko - Member
Kathy is a labour relations and human resources consultant, bringing over 25 years as an experienced negotiator, mediator and facilitator to her professional practice.  Specializing in the areas of conflict resolution, workplace harassment, labour negotiations, grievance and labour mediation. Kathy has distinguished herself as an effective problem solver committed to enabling the advancement of critical workplace relationships. Prior to initiating her consulting practice, Kathy’s distinctive career with the Government of Alberta encompassed roles across a number of Ministries including: Director, Labour Relations, Chief Negotiator, Employer Arbitration Counsel, and Director of Human Resources. She is highly regarded for her leadership skills and relationship management expertise, particularly in facilitating effective working relationships for the employer and union. Kathy is a long standing member of the Human Resources Institute of Alberta and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Certificate in Conflict Resolution, and Labour Relations Certificates.

Sharon Vogrinetz, Board Member

Sharon Vogrinetz - Member
Sharon Vogrinetz has over 25 years of experience in labour relations. She has been employed by the Alberta Teachers’ Association for 21 years, 17 years in Teacher Welfare including the last five as Coordinator where she was the responsible for leading negotiations for Alberta’s 35,000 teachers. She is currently the Assistant Executive Secretary where she now negotiates on behalf of the employer with two union groups. Sharon has extensive experience in most aspects of negotiations including grievances, arbitration, interest arbitration, and requirements of the Alberta Labour Code. She holds a BMus and BEd from Western (Ontario) University, a MEd from the University of Alberta and has recently completed a post graduate diploma in Leadership and Policy Studies from the U of A.

Dianne Wyntjes, Member
Dianne Wyntjes - Member

Dianne was elected as a member of Red Deer City Council October 2010 and was re-elected October 2013. Previously, Dianne was the Alberta Regional Director for the Canadian Union of Public Employees and held that position from 1996 to 2013. Until this time Dianne was the Alberta Regional Director for the Canadian Union of Public Employees and has held that position since 1996. Prior to this position, Ms. Wyntjes was a National Representative for CUPE from 1992 to 1996. She served as a member of the Employment Insurance Board of Referees in Red Deer for 20 years.  She is familiar with the deliberation of fair and reasoned decision making.

 

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