Annual General Meeting 2019

Annual General Meeting 2019: Celebrating success and looking to the future

E-Comm Board Chair Doug Campbell speaks at the Annual General Meeting on June 20.
E-Comm Board Chair Doug Campbell speaks at the Annual General Meeting on June 20.
E-Comm Board Chair Doug Campbell highlights 2018 achievements at the AGM on June 20.

Messages of accomplishment and appreciation for the dedication of our staff and partners were highlighted in E-Comm Board Chair Doug Campbell’s speech at the organization’s Annual General Meeting, held June 20 in the lobby of E-Comm’s Lower Mainland Emergency Communications Centre.

From readying the new 9-1-1/police dispatch centre on southern Vancouver Island to completing all the agency transitions to the new E-Comm next generation radio system, 2018 was a year of new beginnings for our organization.

On the completion of the new South Island 9-1-1/Police Dispatch Centre, Campbell said, “a project this multifaceted takes years of planning and work, and I’d like to thank our staff and our Vancouver Island partners for their extraordinary effort in conceiving, building and opening the centre.” He also praised E-Comm’s Technology and Wireless teams and police, fire and ambulance partners in the Lower Mainland for their efforts in completing the Next Generation Radio Program in 2018 and shutting down the legacy radio network, which was implemented in 1999. Police, firefighters and ambulance paramedics use the E-Comm radio network to communicate their essential messages.

E-Comm’s 2018 Annual Report is available at

2019-2020 Board of Directors

E-Comm’s Board includes elected officials, representatives of emergency services and the provincial government, in addition to municipal staff and local community and business leaders.

Doug Campbell
Board Chair & Independent Director

Brent Asmundson
Cities of Coquitlam, Burnaby, New Westminster,
Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Village of Belcarra

Dan Copeland
City of Delta / Delta Police Board

Bill Dingwall
Metro Vancouver and TransLink

Barry Forbes
Independent Director

Lori Halls
Province of British Columbia

Lois Karr

Anne Kinvig
Independent Director

Warren Lemcke
Vancouver Police Board

Neil Lilley
BC Emergency Health Services

Gayle Martin
Cities of Langley, Surrey and White Rock, Township of Langley

Jack McGee
Independent Police Boards (Abbotsford, New Westminster, Port Moody, Transit Police, West Vancouver)

Bill McNulty
City of Richmond

Paul Mochrie
City of Vancouver

Mike Morden
Cities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows

Denise Nawata
Independent Director

Mark Sieben
Province of British Columbia

Richard Walton
City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver, District of West Vancouver, Village of Lions Bay

Terry Waterhouse
Cities of Surrey, Langley and White Rock, Township of Langley