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Resolutions now being accepted for 2022 Delegates' Conference

Publish date: Wednesday, June 29, 2022 update

Delegates at a recent Annual Delegates' Conference

Each year at the Annual Delegates' Conference (ADC), AMAPCEO District Delegates elect Executive Officers of the Board, select members to sit on ADC Committees, approve the union's annual budget, vote on policy and procedure resolutions, and consider any constitutional amendments.

In preparation for this year's Conference, the union has opened up submissions for resolutions, with the deadline of Friday, July 29, 2022, at noon (ET). Details are available on the union's Resolutions page (sign-in required).

Most policy and procedure resolutions come as a recommendation from the Board of Directors or one of its Committees, but District Executives and individual Delegates may also propose resolutions for consideration. AMAPCEO members who are not Delegates may have a Delegate or their District Executive Committee sponsor their proposed resolution.

Resolutions should focus on matters of policy and be relevant to the needs and interests of the union and its membership. 

Members with ideas for policies or procedure to help strengthen AMAPCEO may bring your idea to the Board of Directors at any time through your District Director and/or formally submit your resolution online.

The union encourages members to consult the Resolutions Guide for more information, including templates and examples.

More about AMAPCEO and our Members: Established in 1992, AMAPCEO is a bargaining agent that represents 14,000 professional and supervisory public servants, most of whom work directly for the Government of Ontario in every ministry and in a number of agencies, boards and commissions; in 130 communities throughout Ontario and in 12 cities outside Canada. We also represent employees outside the Ontario Public Service in: the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario; the Ontario Arts Council; Ontario Health (Quality Unit); Public Health Ontario; the Waypoint Mental Health Centre in Penetanguishene; and in the former Offices of the Ontario Child Advocate and the French Language Services Commissioner (now part of the Ontario Ombudsman).