Upcoming Election

Read the Notice of Election | Election FAQs | Find Your Electoral District  

One of the benefits of being registered professionals is that RECEs have a say in the governance of their profession. Members in good standing can nominate candidates for Council — or run for Council themselves —​ and vote in the election. 


If you’re considering running for Council, this is what you need to do: 

If you aren't able to commit to running for Council, you can always encourage a colleague to run or vote for a candidate in your district.​

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Important Dates

December 6, 2019 
Nominations open. The College sends a Notice of Election to all eligible members.

January 16, 2020 
Nominations close. The College must receive completed nomination forms by 5:00 p.m. EST.

March 16, 2020
Voting opens. Eligible members will receive an email with instructions on how to cast their electronic ballot. 

April 15, 2020  
Voting closes. Members must cast their ballots by 5:00 p.m. EST.

May 11, 2020 

Election results announced



Run for Council 

Serving on Council is an exceptional opportunity to build public trust and confidence in the profession. Council members can share their professional experience, gain new leadership skills and c​onnect with RECEs across the province. Through their work on committees, they oversee policy direction, and make decisions related to entry to practise requirements, ethical and professional standards, and professional misconduct, incompetence and incapacity. 
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Vote in the Election

Voting is your chance to help choose the people who oversee the regulation of your profession. Council members play an active role in building public trust and making decisions that shape what RECEs do, every day, in their practice.  So mark your calendar and cast your ballot.​​


Contact Us

​election@college-ece.​ca​​​  
416-961-8558, ext. 339 
1 888-961-8558, ext. 339​​



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I ran for Council because I wanted to influence public confidence. I wanted to actively participate in improving the profession in a meaningful way and contribute to the transformation of the profession.


 – Council member