Our Annual General Meeting!

October 22, 2015

We will be holding our Annual General Meeting on November 19! We hope you can join us incelebrating another successful year.

Thursday, November 19, 2015                                 8PM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      EcoCentre Board Room                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Third Floor 303 Portage Ave, Winnipeg

The AGM will provide you, our members with a report on the past year’s activities and achievments. You will learn more about the important conservation work we are engaged in; meet with our staff and Board of Directors and take home a complimentary copy of our 2016 Boreal Wilderness Calendar supported by Investors Group, Churchill Wild, Northern Sould Wilderness Adventures and Mountain Equipment Co-op!


Welcome and Introductions (Wes Peters)

Executive Directors Report (Ron Thiessen)

Financial Report (Trevor Small)

Vote to amend bylaws (Tabled amendments can be reviewed here).

Board of Directors Election (Nomineed: Trevor Small (Treasurer), Mark Cohoe, Amanda Karst, Rosemary Dohan, Maria M’Lot, Ray Hesslein (Members at Large)

Does human disturbance affect the stress physiology of woodland caribou in eastern Manitoba? A presentation by University of Manitoba graduate student Michelle Ewacha.

Contact us to find out more information or to inform us if you will require wheelchair access for this event. [email protected] / 204.949.0782

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