2024 Election to the Board of Directors - UNI Financial cooperation
2024 Board of Directors Election


The Board of Directors seeks each year to fill any vacant positions.

Among its other responsibilities, the Board is accountable for the institution's security and stability and for overseeing compliance with the statutory provisions governing its operation. Its duties include defining the federal credit union's strategic direction and overseeing its management and activities.

The Board of Directors opts for a human approach and it is therefore essential to adopt best practices to attract qualified directors. We therefore encourage a diverse range of identities, skills, backgrounds, cultures, competencies, points of view and experiences that are representative of Canada's evolving population.

Members are encouraged to participate in two ways:
  • by running for election to serve on the Board of Directors;
  • by voting for the candidates who, upon election, will represent their interests on the Board of Directors.

Roles and Responsibilities

Responsibilities of Board of Directors

The role of the Board of Directors is to ensure that appropriate organizational structures, policies, and control measures are in place, including with respect to strategic planning, the direction and mission of the Caisse, etc.

Responsibilities of directors

The director's role is to oversee management of the institution's activities.

Directors also play an important role at the community level in terms of public perception of the Caisse. The image portrayed to the public must be consistent with a sound institution with a focus on service to, and the well-being of, its members. All board members are expected to demonstrate the highest professionalism.

Election process
Call for candidates
Meet the candidates
Annual general meeting
Electoral results

Complementary call for candidates
Seeking experts

Caisse populaire acadienne ltée
Attention of the General Secretary
295 Saint-Pierre Boulevard West
P.O. Box 5554
Caraquet NB E1W 1B7

506-726-4484 | 1-800-461-1318, option 2