Saskatoon, Sask. – Terry Boehm of Allan, Saskatchewan was re-elected President of the National Farmers Union (NFU) by acclamation, at its 42nd annual national convention in London, Ontario last week.
Colleen Ross of Iroquois, Ontario was acclaimed as NFU 1st Vice-President (Policy).
Don Mills of Granton, Ontario was acclaimed as NFU 2nd Vice-President (Operations).
Joan Brady of Dashwood, Ontario was acclaimed as NFU Women’s President.
Kathleen Charpentier of Castor, Alberta was acclaimed as NFU Women’s Vice- President.
Cammie Harbottle of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia was acclaimed as NFU Youth President.
Paul Slomp of Ottawa, Ontario was acclaimed NFU Youth Vice-President.
The NFU was founded in 1969. It is a non-partisan, democratic, direct-membership family farm organization. It is the only farm organization in Canada incorporated under a Special Act of Parliament.