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Please join us for the Oak Bay - Gordon Head Riding Association Annual General Meeting.

Riding associations are official branches of the BC Green Party. They are responsible for community outreach, political advocacy, and election readiness. Your participation in this meeting is critical because you’ll be electing an RA Executive that governs the work undertaken by your local BC Green team!

At the AGM, members in good standing can nominate and elect people to your area’s Riding Association Executive. You can also nominate yourself from the floor. Whan to know more? Please email Susan Watt at [email protected] and/or click here for a description of the various roles you can run for.

To be eligible to run or vote at the AGM one must reside within the RA boundaries and you must be a BC Green Party member 14 days prior to the date of the AGM.

BC Green's Interm Leader Adam Olsen is our guest speaker at the event. Hope to see you there!

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RA Executive nominees

RA Members who have chosen to promote their nomination will appear below within a few business days of submitting their promotion form. Submitting this form is optional, and not a requirement to stand for nomination.

Name Nominee for I am running for this position because...
Deborah Fayad Treasurer I would like to continue supporting the Green Party in OBGH. I volunteered for the last election campaign & have been a member of the riding association for the past two years. I am a retired Chartered Professional Accountant who worked in a variety of financial and administration positions for 40 years.
Sat. Feb 1, 2020
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Susan Watt ·
Windsor Pavilion
2451 Windsor Rd
Victoria, BC V8S 5H3
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