CASLT National Council members
CASLT National Council representatives, September 2019

The National Council consists of volunteer representatives from each province and territory who support CASLT activities and initiatives in their regions. They provide liaison between the Association and the members in the provinces and territories.

The roles and responsibilities of the National Council representatives vary within each province and territory, but include attending provincial language association meetings in a liaison role, representing CASLT at provincial language conferences or events, supporting communication and participation in CASLT programs and activities in their region, and encouraging membership recruitment and retention.

 

SVEISTRUP Stacey

British Columbia

Stacey Sveistrup
Vice Principal
Sir James Douglas Elementary School
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BOISVERT Diana

Alberta

Diana Boisvert
Director
French Language Resource Centre (FLRC)
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Linda Osborne

Saskatchewan

Linda Osborne
Education Consultant, Student Achievement and Supports Branch
Ministry of Education
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MCCONNELL HORE Kathi

Manitoba

Kathi McConnell-Hore
Principal
Margaret Barbour Collegiate, Kelsey School Division
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HANNA Faten

Ontario

Faten Hanna
Department Head of Modern Languages and ESL
St. Francis Xavier Secondary School
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PARKS Philippa

Quebec

Philippa Parks
Doctoral Candidate and Course Lecturer, Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), McGill University
Chargée de cours, Département didactique des langues, Université de Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
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CULLIGAN Karla

New Brunswick

Karla Culligan
Research Associate, Second Language Research Institute of Canada (L2RIC)
Faculty of Education, University of New Brunswick
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MACDONALD Jennifer

Prince Edward Island

Jennifer MacDonald
Core French Teacher (4-9)
PEI Public Schools Branch
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BURKE Stephanie

Nova Scotia

Stephanie Burke
French Second Language Consultant
Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
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DAWE Erin

Newfoundland and Labrador

Erin Dawe
Grade 6 EFI Teacher
Mary Queen of Peace School, Newfoundland and Labrador English School District
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ST LAURENT Pascal

Yukon Territory

Pascal St-Laurent
FSL Consultant
Yukon Department of Education
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MCCONOMY Jeff

Northwest Territories

Jeff McConomy
Assistant Principal
Yellowknife Education, District No. 1, J.H. Sissons School
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BAILLARGEON Pascale

Nunavut

Pascale Baillargeon
French Program Specialist, Éducation en français division
Department of Education, Government of Nunavut
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Elections

When a position on the National Council becomes available, CASLT sends out a notice to members in good standing of the respective province or territory, inviting those interested in serving in that capacity to send their application to the CASLT national office. Appointed by the Board of Directors and composed of the Vice President and two CASLT members in good standing, the nominating committee ensures the smooth functioning of the nomination and election process.

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