Sask Wheat announces fall 2015 elections will proceed
The Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) announced today that elections will proceed this fall for three positions within its Board of Directors.
Nominations closed on October 2, 2015, with a total of 7 nominations received for the three positions. The candidates are: Dan Danielson of Saskatoon, Scott Hepworth of Assiniboia, Gene Lahey of Lacadena, Richard (Rick) Lindsay of Arborfield, Laura Reiter of Radisson, William (Bill) Rosher of Kindersley and Scott Sefton of Broadview. Full candidate information is available here and will be mailed out to all eligible Saskatchewan wheat producers, along with ballots and voting information, in early November. Interviews with the candidates will also be featured on CJWW radio in November (check the Sask Wheat website for more details).
“We are encouraged by the response we received to the call for nominations this election season,” says Board Chair Bill Gehl. “These numbers prove what we have always believed to be true; that Saskatchewan wheat producers take pride and ownership in their industry and want to keep building a long-term future. Once again, I encourage everyone to continue this approach as we head into elections, and to make an informed decision on your ballot this year.”
All ballots must be received by December 2, 2015. Election results will be announced in mid-December and again at the Sask Wheat AGM on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at TCU Place in Saskatoon (as part of CropSphere 2016 and Crop Production Week).
For more information visit our website at saskwheat.ca, or contact:
Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission
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