Director Nominations: Everyone has something to contribute

September 29, 2021

The deadline to submit nomination papers is quickly approaching!

Nominations are open until October 29th, 2021 for growers in regions 3, 6, 9, and 12 to serve a three-year term as a Director on the Alberta Canola Producers Commission.

Complete the nomination forms below and send to Alberta Canola by mail, email, or fax to nominate yourself to work alongside fellow farmers to represent growers in your region and collaborate with decision makers from across the agriculture spectrum to drive the industry forward

The Board of Directors meets quarterly and is guided in decision making by five committees:

  • Governance and Finance
  • Government and Industry Affairs
  • Grower Relations and Extension
  • Public Engagement and Promotion
  • Research

Who Can Become a Director?

Anyone who has paid a service charge on canola to Alberta Canola since August 1, 2019 is an eligible producer and can stand as director. Eligible producers can be individuals or represent a corporation, partnership or organization. In order to be nominated, eligible producers must grow canola within the defined region but do not have to reside within it.

Nomination Deadline:

Nomination forms can be mailed, emailed to [email protected], faxed to 780-451-6933 or physically delivered to the Commission office on or before Friday, October 29, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. Nomination forms must be received by end of business day on the last day of the nomination period, not post marked on the last day.

click here for complete details and to download nomination forms


Contact Alberta Canola General Manager Ward Toma at [email protected] or 780-454-0844.

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