October 3, 2017

Our 2017 AGM and new Executive

Some of the members attending our AGM


On Saturday, September 30th, members of Vancouver-Langara met for our Annual General Meeting.

Our AGM has grown in attendance every year for the past three years, and this year was no exception.




Brea and Iwona, from Gigi Blin Market Cafe


We gathered at the highly popular, and a neighbourhood institution: Gigi Blin Market Cafe, in the heart of Marpole. They're friendly, highly accommodating and ... the coffee is great!


Jim Murray







Stefan and Exec: Gudrun Langolf



Stefan, posing a serious thought

Member: Frank Teague





















Jim Murray presided over the meeting. Reports were provided by Anita Romaniuk, our Treasurer and the recent campaign's Financial Agent, and by Ryan Meech, our erstwhile Data Guy and campaign wonk.
Ryan, pondering seriously




 Ryan provided an in-depth report on what went well, what didn't and   other observations from the recent campaign.

Jim, our WRC rep: Ellen Ramsay, and Ryan












New Secretary: Janet Andrews, and member: Stephen Karr

Jim announced that he was not seeking re-election as President, after several years in the position. He will remain as a member and activist. So.... after a spirited nomination and voting process....

A new Executive was elected, unanimously as it turned out.
  • President: Stefan Nielsen 
  • Vice President: Ryan Meech
  • Secretary: Janet Andrews
  • Treasurer: Anita Romaniuk
  • Women's Rights Committee representative: Ellen Ramsay
  • Members-at-large: Raj Dhir, Jing Kokko, Gudrun Langolf, Jim Murray, and Jody Sekora, 
Member: Bruce Ross and new Exec: Jing Kokko





New Exec members: Jody Sekora and Raj Dhir, and Stefan


Thanks to all who came out for the meeting, and thanks to Gigi Blin for hosting!

We're building a movement to win this riding in the next election. And we can ~ with your help. We're your local social democratic movement. Join us!

Photos by Ron Richings. Text by Jim Murray. 
Copyright 2017 by Vancouver-Langara BC NDP.



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