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The Annual General Meeting provides an opportunity for Council to report on its governance and for members to submit resolutions and discuss items that are of interest and relate to our mandate. It is also a great opportunity for members of the public to learn more about how we are accountable to uphold public protection.

The CRNNS by-laws require that the following matters must be considered at the AGM:

  1. approval of the minutes of the previous annual general meeting;
  2. annual reports from the President and Executive Director;
  3. an auditor’s report;
  4. business arising from the previous annual general meeting;
  5. matters to be voted upon pursuant to By-Law 19(4); and
  6. any other matters as determined by Council.

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