Council Election and By-law Proposals for 2016

Notification of candidate platforms and proposed By-law changes will be available below by Thursday, September 22, 2016 in accordance with By-law 3.1.4 and 17.2. The vote will take place through your online profile beginning Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 12:00 a.m., and ending Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at midnight.

Council Elections

In this year's election, there are 9 candidates for election to three positions in the professional engineer category, and 2 candidates for election to one position in the professional geoscientist category, and no election for the Member-In-Training (MIT) representative to Council this year.

Please note that only Registered members are eligible to vote for the Professional Engineer and Professional Geoscientist positions.

All P.Eng. candidates in a single document
All P.Geo. candidates in a single document

Ballots to elect council members are counted according to the rules of proportional representation. You will specify your order of preference for each candidate on the ballot, with '1' representing your most preferred candidate. You are encouraged to rank every candidate because any vote cast which would not otherwise elect your most preferred candidate, is credited towards your next-most preferred candidate. If you do not rank every candidate, your input will stop contributing at your last ranking. Read the Rules for Counting Votes and Ascertaining the Results of an Election.

Engineer Histories and Professional Activities

Geoscientist Histories and Professional Activities

Member-In-Training Representative (Voting restricted to MITs)

  • [No MIT Representative vacancy on Council in 2016]

By-law Proposals

There are 33 proposed By-law changes this year. See the 2016 Proposed By-law Changes

Vote Results

We have assembled the vote results for your review.

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