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CFOB AGM on Dec. 15 in Toronto

Final Call: CFOB AGM and Nomination for CFOB Board of Directors

Dec. 13, 2012

We are now opening for a nomination process for CFOB board members. Please nominate someone who could best represent CFOB and are competent and capable of overseeing the organization, or express yourself to run as a candidate for the board. Please note that candidates running for the board must be members of Canadian Friends of Burma (CFOB).
 
We are still receiving memberships both by mail and electronically from all walks of life including doctors, professors, layers and even prominent Canadian politicians.
 
In order to be eligible to vote in this AGM, please download the form here and send it back by tomorrow at 5pm (EST).
 

Update for CFOB AGM Dec. 15 (Sat.), 2012 Toronto
Time: 10am - 3: 30 pm
Location:  3rd Floor, 20 Wade Ave., Toronto, Canada
(One block north of Bloor St., near Lansdowne Subway Station)

Agenda for the AGM:

10:00 – 11:00 Opening Session: Success and Challeges
11:00 – 12:00 Review on the constitution, goals and mission
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 14:00 Board of Directors Election
14:00 – 15:00 Forming Transitional Team
15:00 – 15:30 Conclusion
 
Note:
1.     Both members and observers are required to confirm their attendance

2.    Membership Application can be downloaded here 

3.    Proxy voting will start at Dec. 13 at 9am

Annual General Meeting of CFOB

Dec. 4, 2012

OTTAWA - Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Friends of Burma (CFOB) will be held in Toronto on Dec. 15 (Saturday), 2012. Members who renew their membership or submit new membership application can attend and take part in decision-making process of the organization.
 
Please note that non-members will be only allowed to attend as observers.  However, both members and observers are required to confirm their attendance before 5pm (EST) on Dec. 13 for the preparations of seats and lunch (to be provided).   
 
For those who have not yet renewed or submitted the new membership, please fill out the form download here and send it back before Dec. 14, 2012 at 5pm (EST). For those who cannot attend but are members can use proxy voting.
 
 
- Canadian Friends of Burma
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The Canadian Friends of Burma (CFOB) is federally incorporated, national non-governmental organization working for democracy and human rights in Burma. Contact: Suite 206, 145 Spruce St., Ottawa, K1R 6P1; Tel: 613.237.8056; Email: cfob@cfob.org; Website: www.cfob.org


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