Standing Committees are governed by the CUPE Saskatchewan Division Constitution. Each Standing Committee works on a specific policy/program area and advises the Executive Board on actions to consider on behalf of CUPE members.
Each of CUPE Saskatchewan Division’s eight (8) Standing Committees has three (3) members. In even years, two (2) members are elected at the Annual Convention. In odd years, one (1) member is appointed by the Executive Board. At any given time when a vacancy exists, appointments may be made by the Executive Board. For Aboriginal Council Committee composition, see Article 5, Section 9 of the Constitution.
Elected members serve a two (2) year term. Appointed members serve a maximum term of two (2) years or shorter specified period of time to fill a vacancy.
- Standing Committee Membership List (Apr 8 2020)
- CUPE Saskatchewan Structure – In Focus: Standing Committees
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