APEGA Council Election
Each year, an APEGA Council election is held. Voting is conducted online in myAPEGA over 30 days in early spring so that all members have an equal opportunity to take part and have their voices heard.
Voting in the Election
You can vote in the APEGA Election if you are a member with an eligible membership type at the time of the election.
How to Vote
Voting in the APEGA Council election is open for 30 days each year in February and March. During that period, eligible voters will be able to see the voting module in myAPEGA, which will take them to the ballot.
Eligible to Vote
- Life Members
- Professional Members (P.Eng., P.Geo., P.Geol., or P.Geoph.)
- Professional Licensees
Ineligible to Vote
- Exam Candidates or Students
- Honorary Members
- Members-in-Training (E.I.T. or G.I.T.)
- Provisional Licensees
What Council Can and Cannot Do
As Alberta's engineering and geoscience regulatory body, APEGA exists to protect the public. Through our self-regulatory structure, APEGA Council has been entrusted by the Government of Alberta to ensure our members fulfill that mandate—this added responsibility is what distinguishes APEGA Council from a typical board of directors.
To run for Council, you must be a member in good standing with an eligible membership type and able to commit to the duties of a Councillor and a three-year term. APEGA publishes the top-ranked Council needs online each year.
If you want to run for Council, you must complete the nomination form in myAPEGA during the nomination period, which is held each fall for the following year's election.