Life membership

A life member of the Canadian Association of Communicators
in Education is someone:

  1. Who has retired from a career in education and who has made significant contributions toward
    the profession
  2. Who has been involved in or contributed toward the growth and development of CACE.
  3. Who is recognized for promoting excellence in education communications and media relations,
    and for supporting cooperation between various educational organizations

Life members have voting privileges in CACE.

Life Member nomination form

CACE life members :

  • Mary Brown (Ontario)
  • Margaret Coleman (Ontario)
  • Harvey Currell (Ontario)
  • Dick Dodds (Ontario)
  • Sharon Findlay MacPhee (Nova Scotia)
  • Fay P. Lee (Nova Scotia)
  • Delores Maltby-Boudreau (Nova Scotia)
  • Harold A. Marshall (Manitoba)
  • Paula Montgomery (Nova Scotia)
  • Art F. Oscar (Manitoba)
  • Nancy Sharpe (Ontario)
  • Donna Swiniarski (Alberta)
  • Les Walker (Nova Scotia)
  • Janet Wilson (Alberta)

Honourary membership

An honourary member is a person who is honoured by CACE but is not eligible to become a member of the Canadian Association of Communicators in Education.

  1. Who has made significant contributions toward communications in education
  2. Who has been involved in or contributed toward the growth and development of CACE or the profession in general
  3. Who is recognized for promoting excellence in education communications and media relations, and for supporting cooperation between various educational organizations.

Honourary members do not have voting privileges in CACE

honourary Membership form

CACE honourary members :

  • Robert Blaire (Ontario)
  • Dusty Papke (Ontario)
  • Roger Paul (Ontario)
  • Keith Pelton (Ontario)