Current Board Decisions

The following is a summary of financial and business decisions made by your Board of Directors this year.

The most recent decisions has been posted at the top for your convenience; please scroll down to see past decisions made.

To access the previous year's decisions, please use the links available on the right hand side of this page.

December 12 & 13, 2017

BOARD DECISIONS

  • The Board approved the Bylaws for:
    • South Central SDC
    • Central Plains SDC
    • Parkland SDC
    • North East SDC

FINANCIAL DECISIONS

  • The Board approved the following donations:
    • $5000 to the Broadbent Institute
    • $3000 to Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers in Saskatchewan
    • $2500 to the Unemployed Workers Center
    • $2500 to Briarpatch
    • $3000 to the Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan
  • The recipient of the 2017 CFNU/SUN scholarship is Simon Wourms


November 16 & 17, 2017

FINANCIAL DECISIONS

  • The Board approved the following donations
  • $1000 to Child Find Saskatchewan
  • $1500 to CCPA Saskatchewan for Sask Forward


JUNE 15, 2017

BOARD DECISIONS

  • The Board approved the Local Bylaws for Local 295 - Melfort Area Home Care,  Local 94 - Hudson Bay Health Care Facility, Local 19 - Kelvington Hospital and the SDC Bylaws for Pasquia SUN District Council.
  • The Board approved the 18-month 2017 Strategic Direction for SUN:
    • “Envisioning Our Future: Leverage the strength and innovation of registered nurses and SUN to positively shape transformational change for the betterment of safe patient care”.

FINANCIAL DECISIONS

  • Board approved a donation of $5000 to the Red Cross to support the floods in Quebec.
  • Board approved a donation of $2000 to Kids Help Phone.
  • Board approved a donation of $2500 to The Broadbent Institute.
  • Board approved a donation of $2500 to the Wounded Warriors.


JUNE 14, 2017 - Board /SDC Meeting

  • Donna Trainor, SUN’s Executive Director and Amber Alecxe, SUN’s Director of Government Relations presented on Transformational Change.
  • Donna Trainor, SUN’s Executive Director presented an Environmental Scan and SUN’s Strategic Plan Update.
  • Beverly Balaski, SUN’s Nurse Research and Practice Advisor presented on “How to Make Regulatory Bodies Accountable” and Reported on the SRNA Bylaws.
  • Alison McKay, CEO and Kelley Orban, Senior Director of Stakeholder Relations from  SHEPP gave a presentation on the SHEPP Pension Plan.
  • Tracy Zambory SUN President closed out the day with a State of the Union discussion with the group.


APRIL 24, 2017 - Pre-Annual Meeting

BOARD DECISIONS

  • The Board approved the recipients of the 2017 Community Donation to Lloydminster:
    • Olive Tree for $20,000
    • Midwest Families for $10,000
    • Lloydminster Social Action Coalition Society for $20,000
  • The Board approved an increase to the meal per diems for SUN members:
    • Breakfast: $15.00
    • Lunch: $20.00
    • Supper: $30.00


APRIL 27, 2017 - Post Annual Meeting

BOARD DECISIONS

  • The Board appointed committees for 2017-2018
    • Policy Committee:
      • Tracy Zambory
      • Denise Dick
      • Jason Parkvold
      • Lynne Eikel
      • Paul Kuling
      • Lorna Tarasoff
      • Maureen Arseneau
    • Governance Committee:
      • Tracy Zambory
      • Denise Dick
      • Leslie Saunders
      • Barb Fisher
      • Mark Henderson
      • Fred Bordas
      • Laurelle Pachal
    • Executive Committee:
      • Tracy Zambory
      • Denise Dick
      • Paul Kuling
      • Maureen Arseneau
      • Lynne Eikel
      • Jason Parkvold
    • Lifetime Membership Committee:
      • Leslie Saunders
      • Mark Henderson
      • Lynne Eikel
    • Constitution, Bylaws & Resolutions Committee- Board Liaison:
      • Jason Parkvold
    • Program Committee Board Liaison:
      • Mark Henderson


JANUARY 17 & 18, 2017

BOARD DECISIONS

  • The Board approved the merger of Local 288 Watrous (Living Sky Health District, Public Health Services) with Local 257 Saskatoon Public Health and will become Local 257.1.
  • The Board approved the SUN Local Bylaws for Local 62 and Local 106.