SaskCanola announcing the results of its 2018 director election.

There were 1,159 verified and counted ballots; that’s a 35% increase in voter participation compared to the 2016 director election.

Numbers show that 1,132 producers voted online, while 27 producers voted by paper ballot.

Newly elected to the SaskCanola board is Katelyn Duncan and re-elected for their second consecutive terms are Charlene Bradley, Bernie McClean, and Lane Stockbrugger.

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