Executive Board

President
Mike Scott headshot Mike Scott (Term Expires 2018)
The President is the administrative head of the
local union and is responsible to the membership for carrying through the mandate of Local 30. An active President will inspire fellow officers to become active and will inspire greater participation in the union’s affairs on the part of members.
The President speaks on behalf of the local union and meets with employers and the general public and symbolizes the rightful activities of the local union to improve wages, hours and working conditions.

Vice Presidents

CUPE Local 30 has four Vice-Presidents, one for each of the large employers in the Edmonton region and one for Fort Saskatchewan. The Vice-Presidents serve as necessary when the President is not available to fulfill his or her duties.

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Wade Naicken – Civic GVP

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Sandford – EPCOR GVP

 

 


GVP Northlands (VACANT)

GVP Fort Saskatchewan (VACANT)

Recording Secretary
Angela PrussAngela Pruss
The Secretary is one of the most important Executive members of the local union. The Secretary receives all correspondence from employers and the National Office on behalf of the union membership and bargaining units. The Secretary prepares all official correspondence, keeps accurate records of Executive Board and general membership meetings for the benefit of all members.

 

Treasurer
Rick EwashkoRick Ewashko
The Treasurer receives all monies, property and securities on behalf of the local union. All bill payments are made monthly by cheque bearing the union label and drawn on a local bank. One of the Treasurer’s important duties is to prepare and submit to the National Office the monthly membership report and per capita tax. All cheques are signed by two authorized signatures.

 

Assistant Treasurer
James McGuinnessJames McGuinness
The Assistant Treasurer shall upon request by the Treasurer assist in the preparation of annual T-4 slips, Executive Honorarium calculations and cheques, preparation of monthly financial reports, and any other functions mutually agreed upon.

 

 

Sergeant-at-Arms

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Neil Ketler
The Sergeant-at-Arms guards the inner door during meetings and ensures that no one but members in good standing and officials of CUPE gain admittance, except on the order of the President and by consent of the members present.

 

Chief Shop Stewards

Gur Dhaliwal – Fort Saskatchewan

Sharon Tobias – Community Standards

Jason Youngren – Community Service / Parks

Dennis Gane – Waste and Drainage

 

 

Rob Marianix – Transportation

 

 

 

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Mike McCann – Fleet Services & Maintenance

My main ambition is to support and maintain the By-laws and Collective Agreement, and help out all of our members of Local 30 to the best of my ability.

 

Board of Trustees

Rob Hauck
Paul Mitchell
Neil Papke

The board of Trustees fulfills a number of duties related to financial matters on behalf of the union membership.

a) Act as an Auditing Committee on behalf of the members and audit the books and accounts of the Secretary-Treasurer, the Recording Secretary and Standing Committees bi-annually.
b) Report their finds to the first membership meeting following the completion of each audit.
c) Be responsible to ensure that monies are not paid out without proper constitutional or membership authorization.
d) Ensure that proper financial reports are made to the membership.
e) Inspect at least bi-annually any stocks, bonds, securities, office furniture and equipment, and titles or deeds to property that may be at any time owned by the Local, and report their findings to the membership.
f) Use audit forms supplied by the CUPE National office and send a copy of each six-month audit to the National Secretary Treasurer in accordance with the provisions of the CUPE Constitution.
g) They shall arrange a suitable bond for the Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer and signing officers.
h) They shall arrange for an audit of all Local books and accounts by an accredited accountant once per year with the costs to be approved by the Executive Board and ratified at a regular General Meeting.
i) They shall assist the Executive Board on matters of a financial nature when requested.

CUPE Local 30 National Representative

Dan Todd is CUPE Local 30’s national rep and provides assistance and support for all of Local 30’s needs. He is consistently involved with meetings, presentations and bargaining sessions.

email: dtodd@cupe.ca
Regional Office:
#300 10235 – 124 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5N 1P9