FCAPA award goes to Lance Gitter
Lance Gitter (right) receives the FCAPA Award from Jonathan Ward

Lance Gitter recently received the Fellowship Award (FCAPA) at the Toronto Digital Photography Club on September 11th, 2018.

There were five members in the 2017/18 year approved by the Honours Committee for distinctions. Honours Awards are granted for photographic accomplishments; service to the Canadian Association for Photographic Art or equivalent international organizations and for their contribution to photography. Click here for more details about CAPA Honours and Awards.


Pacific Zone News

Hi Everyone,

Dennis has received this from Terry Webb of the Pacific Digital Photography Club and forwarded it to me for distribution. From what I understand, the CAPA Slide Show Competition is really popular this year. Please let your clubs know of this competition. I hope there is lots of interest!

As you are aware, the PZ News is on hold until we can find someone to work with it. If any of you are interested in getting this news out to our clubs and members, please let me know. Please also ask your clubs if they have any aspiring editors in their membership.

I will also forward this notice to Kayla to include in the CAPA monthly newsletter. We can keep these news bits flowing there too.

I have one more piece of great news! Just this week I was delighted to welcome Cheryl Bramble as District Rep. to the Central Interior District. I know her passion and enthusiasm will be passed on to the clubs and members here.

Thanks for you help and enjoy this Spring weather and photo ops!

Pacific Zone Football Photogs

Don’t miss this Football Photography Opportunity:

There are still spaces available for our photographers at the BC Lions vs Hamilton Tiger Cats Football game September 22, 2018!

Aaron Martin from the B.C. Lions has made purchasing a ticket simple: The price is $56.00 initially, but when you actually choose a seat/s, it goes down to $50. each. There’s a $2.00 fee on top of the $50 all-in ticket price, so people are paying a bit more for the ease of buying through the link:

http://bit.ly/2NvIl19 .  Please contact Lynda Miller for the discount code. Purchasing this way allows Aaron to track the ticket holders and make sure they get all the information about timing and details of this game.

This year there are no restrictions on lens size or equipment. The caveat is that you must not get in the way of other football fans or anyone else. Everyone who comes to the game and photographs must also realize that these images are for personal use, not for sale!

You can call Aaron at 604-930-5454, if you have questions, although it is easiest to use the link above. I know everyone is to have fun photographing and watching this game!

2017/18 Powerpoint Presentations

David Bromley has completed the development of powerpoint presentations for all of the 2017 – 2018 winning competition images.

CAPA members and camera club can request a copy of these presentation by contact our CAPA Librarian – Henry Schnell via his email address of secretary@capacanada.ca

2018-2019 Competition Season

We have some updates for our CAPA Competitions:

Website and Bilingual Format for Competitions

Our CAPA’s online system is now in a bilingual form. We encourage you to check it out and let us know what enhancements are required.

Many thanks to Quebec Zone Director Alain Dubeau for providing us with the French translations and to our new CAPA webmaster Leah Gray for the new design of our webpages to incorporate a bilingual format.

Updated CAPA Eligibility Critera

Our CAPA Eligibility Criteria webpage serves as our ‘terms and conditions’ in participating in a CAPA competition.

We have updated our CAPA Eligibility Criteria webpage to include:

  1.  recent rule changes for the submission of images into the Four Nation
  2. compliance with the Canadian Copyright Act

You can review the updated here Eligibility Criteria here.

Under the Editing Criteria of each competition detail page, there is a reference to and a hyperlink to the Eligibility Criteria.

2018 – 2019 CAPA Competitions

For this competition cycle, we have refined some of our traditional competitions and added some new competitions:

  • 2018 Nature – updated the Editing Criteria’s Restricting Editing to be in compliance with the definition used by the Photographic Society of America (PSA) and The Royal Photographic Society (RPS)
  •  2018 Fine Art – expanded the Scope of Competition to include: “fine art photography does go beyond just capturing an image and cropping. Therefore, an image must not be submitted into this competition if it would have qualified for a CAPA competition with a Restricted Editing Criteria such as: Nature, Photo Journalism or Wildlife.”
  • New – 2019 Monochrome – contains five different themes: Human Individual/Groups; Landscape/Sea-scape/Sea-scape; Architecture (inside/outside); Flowers/Plants (wild or cultivated); Animal/Birds (wild or feral). Merit Awards will be awarded for each theme.
  • New – 2019 A Series Of 4 Photos – is a new style of competition which is gaining in popularity in Europe and in North America.
  • New – 2019 Portrait – is a competition which has been asked for by many photographers.
  • 2019 Canada: My Country – expanded to include 13 themes (10 provinces & 3 territories). The top images in each theme will receive Merit Award Certificates and the overall winner will receive CAPA medals.
    Top images from this competition will be considered for selection into the new 2020 Canadian Salon. Details about this salon will be announced in October 2019 by the CAPA President.
  • 2019 Annual Photo Challenge – theme is ‘reflections.’

With the exception of our A Series Of 4 Photos, all our competitions will be run as ‘remote-judging’ and all images will be previewed to ensure only images that meet the Scope of the Competition are presented on the ‘day-of-judging.’

Two to three months prior to the ‘closing-date’ of a competition, each competition will be opened up to permit the uploading of images.

Closing Comments

If you have any questions or concerns relating to our competitions, please email me at competitions@capapcanada.ca

Sheldon Boles, FCAPA
Director of Competitions

New Photo Forum

Now for open to all Individual CAPA Members. CAPA now has a new Theme Discussion Group on Line.

Under the Members Tab – scroll down to the “Photo Forum Tab” to find the theme and all instructions as to how to look at, submit and comment on photographs.

This is not a competition – just a way for members to submit up to 3 images on a theme and then all members who are also submitting can give comments on the image.

This is intended to be fun and a learning experience – no medals – no certificates or awards of any kind – just the fun of photography and a discussion with fellow photographers. We invite all new members and members who would enjoy the thrill of shooting a specific subject and submitting it for discussion by other members. Do not worry if you are experienced or not – this is for fun. You may want to try different techniques and need feedback as to whether or not these techniques add to your image. There is no need to be embarrassed or worry about whether or not your image will qualify – this is for fun and learning!

Our new Theme for this September to December is “WE WELCOME FALL”. If you have questions or comments, please email carolcoleman@shaw.ca.

Volunteers for Competition Chairs

Seeking Volunteers

We have updated our CAPA Competition Standards to streamline our processes and incorporated the new role for a Competition Chair Person for each competition.

A Chair Person will oversee and work with a Competition Host to ensure the smooth running of a competition by:

  • providing Competition Host with appropriate documentation
  • answering any question that may arise
  • assisting in the selection of the most appropriate judges
  • assisting in determining if a submitted image meets the Scope of Competition
  • recommending to the Director of Competitions that a specific image be disqualified and the rationale for doing so
  • advising the competition entrants of the competition results
  • reviewing the competition results to ensure accuracy and completeness prior to sending it to the Director of Competitions for review/approval

If you are interested in becoming one of our Competition mentors, please email our Director of Competitions at competitions@capacanada.ca for more details.

Focus Camera Club News

Club News

We have several activities this summer to give our members the opportunities to photograph event chosen from a wide list of themes by members. These activities would not be possible without the intensive passion from our executive. Learning experience and opportunities all around the clock.

Here is some outing already done this summer.

  1. July 01, Hands on Fireworks photography,
  2. July 14, Horse Show Dressage Show, moving target exercises, learn the beaver of the animals and capture the perfect moment. Hans on, on best setting to use shooting indoor and outdoor.
  3. July 21, Muddy River Roller, Muddy River Jam, our members had the chance to exercises new skills on moving targets and how to use ambient light.
  4. July 29, Visit at Mona’s Botanical Gardens, doing macro photography on flowers.
  5. August 10, Steel wool photography and light painting How to…
  6. August 18, Horse Show – Reining competition, horses are moving fast so you will have to be ready. Long lens is needed and get use to ambient light cause this activity is inside.
  7. Moncton Focus Camera Club is a very active Club and a good place to learn adapting to all level of photographer.

Report by Isabelle Levesque
Focus Camera Club

Photo Fredericton: Report

Photo Fredericton: Report

by Jane Smith (http://www.photofredericton.ca )

Our year at Photo Fredericton got off to a great start with Fran Harris as our guest speaker, she shared photographs with us in her African presentation on Tanzania & Botswana.

Later in January we had our monthly competition in a CAPA Theme of Altered Reality, many great entries were put forth by our members some real talent and imagination.

February started with a wonderful guest speaker from UNB – Joy Cummings-Dickinson –Media Services @UNB who shared many images she takes for UNB publications and some of her techniques she uses in difficult lighting situations.

Later in the month it was another competition; Competition Night – CAPA competition, Spring – open. Once again with many amazing photographs by our members.

In March we hosted NB College of Craft and Design Photography Students, always a great turn out to hear the students show off their work and their new and innovative ideas.

At the end of the month we tried a change of pace from competitions and tried a critique night the theme was Macro work, all those interested in bringing in Macro photo to get some constructive critique did so and it was a nice evening with out the pressure of competition encouraging more discussion on the photographs.

April saw Fran Harris a sports photographer for Team NB and an official photographer for the Canada Games show us a great array of her images from the games as also shared with us tips and techniques for getting great actions shots in the field.

After the success of March’s critique night we hosted a second one on Theme People/portraits.

May our guest speaker was Karen Ruet a photography instructor from the College of Craft and Design who gave us a wonderful talk on making a story in a photo a journalistic approach.

Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia Report

Annual Banquet

In May, the Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia held its Annual Awards Banquet. In addition to presenting winners with the trophies from the End of

Year competitions, two additional awards were given out. Terry Carroll and Wally Hayes were given special recognition for their work in digitizing and archiving founding member Tim Randall’s extensive collection of historical Nova Scotia images. Mervyn Kumar-Misir was also acknowledged for his 50 years of service to the club.

The Photographic Guild held several fieldtrips before breaking for the summer to work on the next season’s program. Members went to Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park and photographed the song birds returning from their spring migration in May. In June, club members explored the Avondale Trail System and the Avon Sky Winery and practiced their macro photography in the lovely gardens of Maria and Laszlo Podor.

PGNS: Report by Joyce Chew (https://www.photoguild.ns.ca)

Award for 50 years of service
50 Years of Service: Mervyn Kumar-Misir (Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia)
Photo Field Trip with the Photographic Build of Nova Scotia
Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia field trip
Special Award presentation
Special Award of Appreciation to Terry Carroll and Wally Hayes   (Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia)

New Club: St, Croix Click

St, Croix Click: Joined CAPA in May, 2018. Welcome!

Saint Croix Click is a small group of photo enthusiasts based in St. Stephen, New Brunswick. There are around twenty four members, a core group of which actively attend the monthly meetings. There’s a larger following of over 100 people on Facebook.

Meetings consist of a constructive criticism of five photos submitted by members each month, followed by a presentation by a guest speaker, or a member. Presentations have included topics such as understanding of aperture and depth of field, macro photography, capturing movement, tips on taking really sharp photos, light and composition, post-processing and editing. There have also been interactive presentations on the use of studio lighting to practice portrait and macro photography.

We’ve also had a full day session on the basics of using a digital camera, which was an excellent refresher course for some, and a chance to learn new tips and procedures for all.

The club has occasionally joined with Fundy Camera Club from Saint John on joint field trip outings, to Ministers Island in St. Andrews and to the Kingston Peninsula.

Visit our Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/saintcroixclick/

CAPA Honours to Members

The following CAPA members have been awarded Honourary Membership, MCAPA, ACAPA, FCAPA or other awards in CAPA

Honourary Membership

Merle Ace
Colin Angus
Allen Bargen
Reginald Beach
Michael Breakey
Larry Breitkreutz
Jack Bright
Fred Chapman
Rosemarie Culver
Val Davison
Joyce DeMeester
Joh Friedrich
Karl Glockemann
Gordon Graham
Michael Grandmaison
Bruce Gunion
David Haggarty
Bill Inglis
Leona Isaak
Robert Ito
Jaques Mailloux
Mufty Mathewson
Frankie Ng
Jack Normandale
Freeman Patterson
John H. Patterson
J. G. Roberts
Pierre Rochon
Charles Stahl
Len Suchan
Myrna J. Sweet
Thomas A. Walters
Sheena Wilkie

Other Awards

Jim Ainslie – 2009
Certificate of Recognition

Allen Bargen – 2014
Distinguished Service Award

Michael Breakey – 2009
Certificate of Honour

Andre Cabuche – 2009
Certificate of Honour

Fred Chapman – 2019
Distinguished Service (posthumously)

Natalie Chapman – 2009
Certificate of Honour

Judy Daniels – 2009
Certificate of Appreciation

Joyce DeMeester – 2009
Certificate of Honour

Ursula Easterbrook – 2010
Certificate of Recognition

Michael Grandmaison – 2012
Certificate of Photographic Achievement

Bruce Gunion – 2009
Certificate of Honour

Bob Ito – 2013
Distinguished Service

Bill Lloyd – 2011
Honour Service Award

Joyce McDonald – 2011
Honour Service

Freeman Patterson – 2013
Distinguished Service Award

Chris Sheffield – 2007
Distinguished Service Award

Jop Tao Tse – 2009
Certificate of Recognition


Leo Alain – 2014
Betty Andres – 1999
Mehrdad Bakhtiar – 2010
Allen Bargen – 2007
Paul Bingham – 1999
Frans Bowers – 1999
Larry Breitkreutz – 2010
Kenneth Cheng – 2002
Joyce Chew – 2011
Francois Cleroux – 2013
Hilary Cline – 2003
Carol Coleman – 2011
Norah Corbet – 2014
Gordon Cornwall – 2014
Janet Crawford – 2018
Robert Deluca – 2003
Eileen Depeel – 1999
Dan Dr. Dorotich – 1999
Farzad Emami – 2010
Flip Eyolfson – 1999
Darianaz Mohammad Gharibani – 2010
Herman Gliethoorn – 1999
Ray Goddard – 2013
Nelson Harrison – 1999
Derek Hayes – 2018
Judy Higham – 2009
Ed Higham – 2009
Doug Hoyt – 2002
Sheila Hoyt – 2002
Paul E. Jean – 1999
Richard Knotts – 2012
Jan Lasteen – 2011
George Lo – 1999
Peter MacLean – 2018
Albert Mok – 2003
Soran Abdulla Nakshbandi – 2010
Lazlo Poder – 2016
Kimia Rahgozar – 2010
Nancy Ricker – 2011
Daryl Robertson – 2016
Jalal Sepehr – 2010
Sahar Seyedi – 2010
Jane Smith – 2020
Daniel Soheli – 2010
Len Suchan – 2009
Jop Tao Tse – 2010
Farhad Varasteh – 2010
Patrick Wall – 2002
Toni Wallachy – 2013
Sheena Wilkie – 2009
Jenny Wong – 2002
Homeira Yaseri – 2010
George Lo – 1999


Jim Ainslie – 2011
Shaikh Amin – 2009
Allen Bargen – 2008
Sam Bhattacherjee – 2009
Michael Breakey – 2009
Larry Breitkreutz – 2010
David Bromley – 2015
Terry Carroll – 1994
Kenneth Cheng – 2004
Joyce Chew – 2011
Francois Cleroux – 2013
Val Davison – 2002
Bill DeMeester – 2008
Eileen Depeel – 2008
Dennis Ducklow – 2015
Larry Easton – 2009
Ray Goddard – 2013
Bill Hall – 2015
Jim Hatch – 2018
Jan Lasteen – 2011
Isabelle Levesque – 2019
Frankie Ng – 2002
Clarence Nowlan – 2002
Valerie Rampone – 2012
Lorna Scott – 2019
Masoud Sohelli – 2010
Kasandra Sproson – 2015
Bob St. Cyr – 2010
Kayla Stevenson – 2015
Virginia Stranaghan – 2014
Len Suchan – 2009
Jop Tao Tse – 2011
Heather Thompson – 2002
Patrick Wall – 2003
Sheena Wilkie – 2012
Mike Wooding – 2014


Jim Ainslie – 2011
Ann Alimi – 2018
Shaikh Amin – 2010
Betty Andres – 2009
Allen Bargen – 2009
Don Berthman – 2016
Judy Berthman – 2016
Sheldon Boles – 2017
Michael Breakey – 2009
Larry Breitkreutz – 2011
Jim Britton – 2012
Clifford Chow – 2017
Carol Coleman – 2015
Val Davison – 2006
Joyce DeMeester – 2010
Bill DeMeester – 2010
Eileen Depeel – 2013
Alain Dubeau – 2018
Ursula Easterbrook – 2010
Larry Easton – 2009
John Elliott – 2014
Peter Ferguson – 2014
Lance Gitter – 2018
Tracy Harper – 2013
Chris Harris – 2014
Judy Higham – 2013
Ed Higham – 2013
Leonie Holmes – 2019
Bill Inglis – 2006
Detlef Klahm – 2017
David Laronde – 2015
Frantisek Latal – 2008
George Lo – 2015
Cim MacDonald – 2015
Jaques Mailloux – 2009
Mufty Mathewson – 2012
Lynda Miller – 2012
Frankie Ng – 2006
Michiko Nishijima – 2017
Freeman Patterson – 2007
Kaveh Rasouli – 2014
Henry Schnell – 2018
Rick Shapka – 2012
Mark Southard – 2011
Kayla Stevenson – 2019
Virginia Stranaghan – 2019
Len Suchan – 2010
Jop Tao Tse – 2011
Jean Timmermeister – 2009
Rod Trider – 2015
Sheena Wilkie – 2013
James Yip – 2012


Merle Ace – 2011
Shaikh Amin – 2010
Allen Bargen – 2011
Michael Breakey – 2009
Larry Breitkreutz – 2018
Fred Chapman – 2007
Rosemarie Culver – 2011
Val Davison – 2011
Joyce DeMeester – 2010
Bill DeMeester – 2010
Ursula Easterbrook – 2010
Louise Elder – 1999
Michael Grandmaison – 2011
Fred Green – 2007
Bruce Gunion – 2011
David Haggarty – 2011
Bill Inglis – 2012
Robert Ito – 1999
Jaques Mailloux – 2011
Mufty Mathewson – 2012
John H. Patterson – 2007
Freeman Patterson – 2013
Pierre Rochon – 2007
Otto Stevens – 2014
Len Suchan – 2010
Keith Vaughan – 2002
Thomas A. Walters – 2011



CAPA Members in Red River Exhibition

CAPA Individual and Club Members Lead the way at the recent 57th Annual Red River Exhibition Photo Salon

Congratulations to all winners!

Winning image from the Red River Exhibition
Polar Bear by Steve Donnelly

Special Kudos go to:

Wilf Schubert of the Manitoba Camera Club of Winnipeg, for capturing the CAPA Gold medal for High Aggregate score of his images in all three categories.

Steve Donnelly of the London Camera Club was awarded Best of Show for his image “Polar Bear”.
For a complete showing of winners go to the attached Link for a Gallery of winners.


– Don Berthman CAPA MB. DR

CAPA Honours 2017-2018

These individual CAPA members list have been approved by the Honours Committee for distinctions. Honours Awards are granted for photographic accomplishments; service to the Canadian Association for Photographic Art or equivalent international organizations and for their contribution to photography. Click here for more details about CAPA Honours and Awards.

Fellowship Honour, FCAPA

Lance Gitter
CAPA Member

Henry Schnell
CAPA Secretary

Associate Fellowship Honour, AFCAPA

Jim Hatch
CAPA Member

Maple Leaf Honour, MCAPA

Janet Crawford
CAPA Member

Peter MacLean
CAPA Member

Moncton Judging Course

The Focus Camera Club (Moncton, NB) and CAPA Atlantic Zone hosted a CAPA Judging Course in Moncton on June 16. We had Rod Trider as the course instructor with 32 participants including some from Nova Scotia. At very friendly atmosphere we shared comments and questions, and mingled to talk at the lunch buffet. I would like to thank the Focus Camera Club team, Rod, and all the participants for making it happened.

Michiko Nishijima
CAPA Atlantic Zone Director


Participants from a CAPA Judging Course
Moncton Judging Course Group, Photo by Andre LeBlanc

Atlantic Members Receive MCAPA

Atlantic Zone Director Michiko Nishijima is pleased to announce that two CAPA members in the Atlantic Zone have been awarded the Maple Leaf Award (MCAPA) in recognition of their exceptional contribution to photography. Peter MacLean and Janet Crawford, both long-time members of Photo Fredericton, have also served as executive members of the club. Please join us in congratulating them on their service to CAPA and their contribution to photography.

CAPA Honours are awarded to recognize a high standard of both photographic achievement and photographic service to CAPA. The Maple Leaf Award is one of many Honours and Awards that are available to CAPA Members.

Michiko Nishijima, Atlantic Zone Director and Peter MacLean, MCAPA
Michiko Nishijima, Atlantic Zone Director and Janet Crawford, MCAPA








Cim MacDonald images at Museum

Ihalhukw’ siiye’ye  /  Flying Friends: Birds in the Hul’q’umi’num World

The extraordinary nature photography of award winning local artist Cim MacDonald is on view at the Cowichan Valley Museum. The Ihalhukw’ siiye’yu exhibit is curated by local First Nations Elders and speakers and features description of local birds in the Hul’q’umi’num language. Partnered in this exhibit are the students of the Simon Fraser University MA in Linguistics of a Nations Language program at the ta’ulthun sqwal Language Academy in Duncan, B.C.

The show runs from May 31st to November 1, 2018

Cim Macdonald Show at the Cowichan Museum



Stratford CC Closes

Sometimes there is good news to report, and at other times, sad news. This is the latter as after 55 years, one of CAPA’s long-time member clubs is closing its doors.

The Stratford Camera Club, in Stratford, Ontario has had a long and distinguished history. It was first established on June 13, 1900, charging $2 for men and $1 for women. Since then the club has folded and restarted twice, first in 1939 and most recently in 1963.

The photographers who re-established the club in 1963 had the aim of encouraging members in their photographic endeavours, and providing opportunities to improve their skills through instruction, competitions, outings and guest speakers. The Club’s core objectives remained the same over the years, with the addition of competitions and social events between Stratford and other area camera clubs.

The Club met twice a month from September to May with a general meeting at Gallery Stratford and a monthly workshop at various nearby locations. Club outings were organised both for photography and socialising.

The Stratford Camera Club has enjoyed presentations from well-known photographic artists such as Maria Zorn, Bob and Peter Wood (authors of the book “Bright Wings”) and Freeman Patterson. A juried photographic salon was held at Gallery Stratford to celebrate the Club’s 40th anniversary. In recent years Kaleidoscope, an annual audio-visual and print show, was held at Woodland Towers Retirement Home. In addition to enjoying the beautiful prints, members of the community were treated to some inspiring AV shows.

With membership dwindling over the last few years, the executive felt it was time to take a break and the Club held its last meeting on May 15th, 2018. The Club has established a bursary for a high school student in Stratford who will peruse further studies in photography. With the sale of their remaining equipment they will be able to offer the scholarship for another year.

My thanks to Doug Bingham for providing the details about the Club’s background.

Since the club has a history of resurfacing, I look forward to seeing the next generation of the Stratford Camera Club. In the meantime, best wishes to the club members as they pursue their photographic interests through other venues.

Bill Hall
CAPA District Representative
Southwestern Ontario District 2

Quebec Zone new districts

Quebec Zone new districts

To meet the needs and the development of the Quebec Zone, the first three districts have been established. These are:

  • Capitale Nationale -Chaudière – Apalaches,
  • Montérégie and
  • Montreal.

I thank the three volunteers who have accepted the responsibilities of representatives for these three districts. Their support and contribution will help the development of the zone and provide better services to club members and individual members.

The Representatives of the three districts are:

  • Pierre Vézina , Capitale Nationale- Chaudière-Apalaches District,
  • Francine Raymond, Montérégie District and
  • Lorraine Deslauriers, Montréal District.

Alain Dubeau, Québec Zone Director

Nouveaux districts dans la Zone du Québec

Pour répondre  aux besoins et au développement de la zone du Québec,  trois premiers districts sont créés. Ceux-ci sont :

  • Capitale Nationale – Chaudière – Apalaches,
  • Montérégie et
  • Montréal.

Je remercie les trois bénévoles qui ont acceptés d’assumer les responsabilités de représentants pour ces trois districts. Leurs implications et contribution aideront au développement de la zone en offrant un meilleur service aux clubs membres et aux membres individuels.

Les représentants des trois districts sont :

  • Pierre Vézina , District Capitale Nationale- Chaudière-Apalaches,
  • Francine Raymond, District Montérégie et
  • Lorraine Deslauriers, District Montréal

Alain Dubeau, Directeur Zone du Québec


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Notice of Annual General Meeting 2020

CAPA’s AGM will be held on Saturday, July 18, 2020, 2:00 PM Atlantic Time at The Rodd Hotel, Room TBD, 434 Main Street, Moncton, NB  E1C 1B9

All CAPA Members are welcome to attend.

In case of postponement or change of location due to COVID-19, an official notice will be posted on this page.

Notice of Election of Directors

Term 2020-2022
*Current members standing for the Director positions are in red
Atlantic Zone Michiko Nishijima, FCAPA Currently Director
Quebec Zone Pierre Vézina Currently D.R.
Ontario Zone Glenn Bloodworth Currently Director
Prairie Zone Dan Sigouin Currently Director
Pacific Zone Lynda Miller, FCAPA Currently Director
Photographic Imaging Dr. Bob Ito, FCAPA, Hon FCAPA Currently Director
Competitions Sheldon Boles, FCAPA Currently Director
Membership Kayla Stevenson, FCAPA Currently Director
Education Michael Breakey, FCAPA Currently Director

Nominations close on June 2, 2020. All Board positions that must be filled after the nomination deadline date or between elections are filled by appointment by the President and approved by the Board of Directors.

  • AGENDA for the 2020 CAPA AGM (To come)
  • 2020 Proxy Form (To come)
  • 2019 CAPA AGM Minutes (To come)

Larry Breitkreutz, FCAPA, Hon. FCAPA
Chair, CAPA Nominating Committee

Avis de l’Assemblée générale annuelle 2020

L’Assemblée générale des membres (AGM) de l’ACAP aura lieu le samedi 18 juillet 2020, 14:00 hres, Heure de L’Atlantique, à The Rodd Hotel, Salla à déterminer, 434 Main Street, Moncton, Nouveau Brunswick, E1C 1B9.

Tous les membres de l’ACAP sont bienvenus à la réunion.

Advenant un changement de date ou de location résultant du COVID-19, un avis officiel sera affiché sur le site WEB de l’ACAP/CAPA.

Avis d’élection des directeurs

Terme 2020-2022
*les membres actuels pour les postes de direction sont en rouge
Zone de l’Atlantique Michiko Nishijima, FCAPA Actuellement Directrice
Zone du Québec Pierre Vézina Actuellement Directeur Nommé
Zone de l’Ontario Glenn Bloodworth Actuellement Directeur
Zone des Prairies Dan Sigouin Actuellement Directeur
Zone du Pacifique Lynda Miller, FCAPA Actuellement Directrice
Imagerie Photographique Dr. Bob Ito, FCAPA, Hon FCAPA Actuellement Directeur
Compétitions Sheldon Boles, FCAPA Actuellement Directeur
Adhésion Kayla Stevenson, FCAPA Actuellement Directrice
Éducation Michael Breakey, FCAPA Actuellement Directeur

Les mises en candidatures fermeront le 2 juin 2020. Tous le postes du Conseil d’Administration qui doivent être comblés après la date limite de nomination ou entre les élections seront comblés par nomination par le Président et approuvés par le Conseil d’Administration.

  • AGENDA – AGM – SUMMER 2020 FR (venir)
  • 2020 Proxy Form/Formulaire de Procuration (venir)
  • 2019 CAPA AGM Minutes (venir)

Larry Breitkreutz, FCAPA, Hon. FCAPA
Président, Comité des Nominations de l’ACAP

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