Annual General Meeting – September 21, 2021

Annual General Meeting

We held our Annual General Meeting on September 21, 2021, via Zoom.

Click here to view our Annual Report & Financial Statements for 2020-21.


A number of bylaw changes were approved at this year’s meeting.

Here is a summary of the approved changes:

2.1 Eligibility

The Membership of the corporation (referred to in these Bylaws as the “members” or “membership”) shall consist of those individuals designated by the Board of Directors which may at its discretion set criteria for eligibility.

6.1 Election of the executive committee

The Board of Directors of the Corporation will elect an Executive Committee consisting of a Board Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and up to two additional officers, at the first meeting of the Directors immediately following the Annual General Meeting.

6.2. Executive Committee Terms of Reference

A full description of the function, responsibilities, and selection of the Executive Committee is outlined in the Executive Committee Terms of Reference.


Thanks to all who attended!


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