2021 CCFR Director Elections - here's what you need to know

April 14, 2021

2021 CCFR Director Elections - here's what you need to know

2021 CCFR AGM – Director Nominations


It’s that time of year again!! Each year we hold elections for half of our provincial director positions. This is a volunteer position, and each term is for two years unless otherwise indicated.  Things are a little different again this year as Covid_19 has impacted every Canadian from coast to coast. The AGM will be completely virtual this year and more on that will be provided in the coming weeks as we strive to ensure we are inclusive of all our members across the country.

At the CCFR it is important to us to not get in a rut with having the same leadership team for years, if not decades. This fosters an unhealthy environment and leads to individuals growing hungry for power over an organization. At the same time, there is great value in having some directors remain on for consistency and to add some historical elements. For these reasons, each year we have half of our Director seats come open for election at the AGM.

For those interested in taking a more active role in advocacy at the CCFR, here is everything you need to know:

First – here are the provincial director seats that are up for nomination this AGM:

  • British Columbia – 1 seat
  • Alberta – 1 seat
  • Saskatchewan – 1 seat
  • Ontario – 1 seat
  • Quebec – 1 seat
  • NB/NFLD/PEI – 1 seat
  • Nova Scotia - 1 seat
  • Yukon/NWT/Nunavut – 1 seat
  • Outside Canada – 1 seat

To run for the office of Director for the CCFR, you must;

  • have been a member of the CCFR in good standing at the AGM and prior to March 1, 2021
  • have power under Canadian law to sign legally binding contracts and documents
  • not have a criminal record for which you have not received a pardon from
  • be a resident of the province you are nominated in
  • not be in a state of personal bankruptcy
  • be nominated by 2 other CCFR members in your province who personally know you

Qualifications of Directors: Directors shall be individuals, eighteen or more years of age, who have not been declared incapable by a court of Canada or in another country, who do not have the status of bankruptcy, and are Members in good standing of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights and of the group entitled to elect that Director. Interested individuals should possess the qualities and skill sets necessary to participate in the operation of a national corporation.


The nomination form must be filled in and returned to the CCFR office either by mail or via email at the addresses provided on the form no later than May 20, 2021 at 18:00EST. The form MUST be accompanied by a good quality digital photo of yourself (headshot) AND a minimum 250 word bio, outlining your experience, detailing why you think you would be a good candidate and what reasons you have for wanting to serve on the CCFR Board of Directors. Nominations submitted without the completed form, bio and photo will be considered ineligible and will be excluded from the election.

The "bio" and photo will be used for the electronic voting ballot that will go out to the members in your province. This means it should speak to them about why they should vote for you.

**You must be a member in good standing of the CCFR on or before March 01, 2021 to be nominated for a position, vote on business matters or vote for a director for your province at the 2021 CCFR AGM (virtual) to be held on June 12, 2021.

Nomination Form: Nomination Form for Office of Director of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights (1)

Candidates and members ae encouraged to thoroughly read the Bylaws and the Articles of Incorporation.

Voting information and instructions on how to tune in/join the live-stream of the meeting will be sent to all members in good standing at a later date.

If you have any questions, concerns or need help, please contact Tracey Wilson at tracey.wilson@firearmrights.ca 

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