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More than 100 ACFO-ACAF members tuned into ACFO-ACAF’s 32nd Annual General Meeting on November 17, the second virtual AGM in as many years thanks to the ongoing COVID pandemic. Attendees were provided updates on key issues such as:
Members were also given a chance to ask their own questions on these issues and more, with the healthcare plan negotiations; the return-to-work plans and vaccine mandate; and collective bargaining strategies being among the most popular topics of discussion.
A recording of the event is available via the my.ACFO-ACAF.com portal.
Voting took place online in the weeks prior to the AGM through an independent, third-party provider. A record number of votes were cast this year and the entire ACFO-ACAF team is grateful for the active participation of the membership.
Resolution 1: Approval of the minutes of the 2020 AGM
Resolution 2: Approval of the audited financial statements
Resolution 3: Approval of the 2022 budget
Resolution 4: Approval of the auditors
Resolution 5: Bylaw amendment regarding vacant board positions
Resolution 6: Bylaw amendment to treat merger and dissolution resolutions in the same manner as other by-law amendments
Director-at-Large Candidates (Two positions available)
Catharine Lynch 546 – elected
Sylvain Lapierre 471 – elected
Rene Haddad 317
Christian Roy 297
Blair Rutkowski 195
Only one nomination was received for the position of CT-EAV Director thus Toma Radev was acclaimed. No nominations were received for the position of CT-IAU Director and thus this position will remain vacant for the time being and then be filled as per the ACFO-ACAF bylaws.