2022 Board Election

OAGS Board Election:  Saturday, November 12, 2022
The next OAGS Board Election will occur during the Business portion of the next OAGS Annual Meeting. Although the OAGS is comprised of 14 board members, only half (7) are up for re-election on staggered years.
Deadline for Nominations: extended to Nov.11
APPLY NOW - Online Application Form  (1min)

Prerequisites & Duties:

  • Deadline for New Nominations has been extended (Nov.11)- Online Form
  • Election Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022 (OAGS Annual Meeting)
  • Time: 5pm
  • Place: OAGS 28th Annual Meeting, Business Meeting, Toronto Hilton (Ballroom)
  • Length of Term: 2 years commencing Jan.1, 2023-Dec.31, 2024
  • Requirements:
    • must be a current OAGS Active/Associate member
    • must be RCPSC-certified or equivalent therein
    • must be currently living/practising in Ontario
    • must have 2 current OAGS member nominator signatures - Active or Associate members
  • Duties & Responsibilities:
    • must be able to attend all or majority of 4 Saturday board meetings in Toronto or virtually each year
    • must be willing to be involved in one or more OAGS committees
    • must fulfill a 2yr term with option to run for re-election up to 5 term max
    • must try to attend and help facilitate the annual meeting
  • Nomination Form: Click here (must have 2 supporting nominators)
  • More Details: http://www.oags.org/about-elections.html; http://www.oags.org/about-board.html
  • Contact: info@oags.org; phone: 705-745-5621


OAGS Board Members Up for Re-election for 2-Year Staggered Term: (Jan.2023-Dec.2024)

  1. Dr. Luke, Bui, Toronto - incumbent
  2. Dr. Scott Rieder, Kingston - incumbent
  3. Dr. Rav Singh, North Bay - incumbent
  4. Dr. Andrew Smith, Thunder Bay - incumbent
  5. Dr. Julie Ann Van Koughnett, London - incumbent
  6. Dr. Matthew Holmes, Thunder Bay - NEW CANDIDATE
  8. VACANCY - mid-term (2022-2023)
  9. other candidates....
Any number of candidates can run, but only 7 candidates can be voted onto the board this year. Seven board members up for re-election will be running again (see below), but new candidates are also welcome to run.