New and established Committees need Chairs and Committee Members.

Review the list and answer with your Rotary passion.


Leadership is an essential aspect of Rotary

— and we offer both clubs and programs to help emerging leaders develop their skills. Through these groups, participants strengthen their leadership skills, serve their communities, increase their world understanding, build friendships, and more.
New this year is a Community Partnerships Committee
Please email Hyder Hassan for more information
New Club Development
Please email Chair, Cory Tretiak for more information
International Partnerships Committee
Please email Chair, Ben Kormos for more information
Vulnerable Person Protection Network
Please email Doug MacDonald for more information
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee
Please email Sadia Khan for more information
Communications and Public Image Committee 
Please email Chair, Grant MacEachern for more information
Connect Communicate Create Conference 2020
Please email Chair, Leslie Biles for more information
Membership Committee
Please email Co-Chairs Neil Berg and Dan Doherty for more information
District Rotary Foundation Committee
Please email Chair, Kurt Kowalchuk
Learning & Development Committee
Please email Chair, Rick Istead for more information
Youth Service Committee
Please email Co-Chairs, Jane Audet and Joyce Li for more information
DG Nominations
It is that time of year again when, together, we have the important task of selecting a new Governor Nominee to take office in the District for the year 2020-2021.
A Nominating Committee of past and future governors have been appointed by the District Board to make their recommendation for the 2021-2022 Governor to the membership at the District's 2018-19 Annual General Meeting  (AGM) which will be held at the District Conference in Olds in May 2019.
At this time the Nominating Committee is assembling a slate of candidates which will form the pool for their consideration.  We are asking Clubs to determine whether or not they have a good candidate in their midst and to consider putting this individual forward to the Nominating Committee. The deadline for submission of completed applications is October 1, 2018.  Nomination Form.
As well as following the rules of choosing candidates as set out by Rotary International, we are also bound by the Bylaws established to govern our District by Industry Canada.  Where there is a conflict, the Bylaws of Industry Canada prevail.  The only significant point of difference is that a club, by resolution of the Club membership, can present an alternate candidate for District Governor at the AGM.  When this happens there will be a vote.  If no other candidates are presented by clubs, the nomination presented by the District Nominating Committee will be Acclaimed.  Candidates presented by clubs must be submitted to the District Secretary at least 14 days ahead of the AGM to allow for information to be put together about the candidate for the membership.  
Click to review the Bylaws of Rotary District 5360 Inc..  Refer to Number 7 and in particular 7(e).
An application form for Candidates being proposed must be received by email by October 1.   RI specifies the qualifications of Rotarians nominated for DG in Bylaws of Rotary International item 15.070.
Key points include:
A proposed Rotarian must have been a member for 7 years.
Must have served as a Club President.
The nominee must be approved by the Club’s membership and must agree to stand.
There are several other qualifications which can be reviewed in the District Bylaws mentioned above as well as by reviewing the Bylaws of Rotary International as mentioned above.
Please note: The RI bylaws prohibit any effort by a candidate, a candidate’s supporter, or any Rotarian to influence the selection process in a positive or negative manner, including but not limited to campaigning or canvassing.  Our District Secretary will supply information on all nominees to voting members of the District.
We look forward to receiving your candidates for consideration by the Nominating Committee; there are many well qualified Rotarians who would do an excellent job as DG.