Get Ready to Vote: Nominees Confirmed for PCBC Election - Winnipeg Community & Health Care Region

Publish date: Friday, September 18, 2020

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Due to a vacancy, nurses have put their names forward for the Provincial Collective Bargaining Committee (PCBC) representing the Winnipeg Community & Health Care Region.

The Election will run from 9:00 on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 until 16:00 on Wednesday, September 30, 2020.
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MNU's Nominations & Elections Committee is pleased to announce the following candidates (listed in alphabetical order):

[for the term encompassing the 2020 Provincial Negotiations]
Winnipeg and Community & Health Care Region (one member to be elected):
Chris Hofer
Maria Legaspi
Yvonne Maguet
Lea Mutch


  • All MNU members from the region noted above are eligible to vote for candidates in their region.
  • Review candidate information and resumes. Please note, members must enter their Member Portal ID and password to see this information.
  • Starting at 9:00 on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, members can access a tamper-proof ballot by clicking on an “MNU Votes” button at Members will need to login with their MNU Member ID and password. Once a ballot is submitted, the results are encrypted and kept anonymous. The voter is issued a receipt and is blocked from voting again. Please note, if a member is already logged into MNU’s website, the “MNU Votes” button will appear as “My Profile” at the top of the website. Click “My Profile” to navigate to the ballot.
  • Election results will be posted at as soon as possible after voting closes.
  • For questions or help logging in, please contact MNU Provincial Office at 1-800-665-0043 during regular office hours.


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