Annual General Meeting 2022
Join us online on Wednesday, May 18 for our 2022 Annual General Meeting! Once again, this will be a live, virtual event – a format that provides the opportunity for LWF members from across the watershed to connect.
Important reminder to all LWF members: voting on AGM business will take place online in advance of the AGM, between April 20 and May 16.
All LWF members in good standing have the right to vote; the 2022 AGM agenda and all other materials, as well as a link to the online voting platform, are presented below.
Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2021
Time: 7 p.m. CDT
Venue: Zoom webinar; please register for the LWF AGM in advance.
AGM materials and voting link:
LWF’s 2021 annual report, which includes audited financial statements, is available for your review.
To renew your LWF membership in advance of the AGM, please visit CanadaHelps to make a secure donation. All donations of $50 or more include a one-year membership and strengthen our collective efforts for Lake Winnipeg. Thank you!
Between April 20 and May 16, LWF members in good standing are asked to vote on the following motions:
- Be it resolved that the agenda of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation’s 2022 annual general meeting be approved as presented.
- Be it resolved that the minutes of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation 2021 annual general meeting, held May 18, 2021, be approved as presented.
- Be it resolved that the 2021 financial statements provided by Talbot & Associates be approved by the members of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation.
- Be it resolved that the firm of Talbot & Associates be appointed as auditors for the 2022 fiscal year by the members of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation.
- Be it resolved that Kathryn Dompierre, Florence Eastwood, Claire Herbert, Frank Indome and Amanda Karst be elected to the board of directors of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation, for a term of two years.
- Be it resolved that Becky Cook, Bruce Maclean and Jonathan Paterson be elected to the board of directors of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation, for a term of three years.
Our AGM is free to attend and open to all. We look forward to sharing updates on our work and the work of the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective over the past year.
Plus, we’re excited to welcome special guest Dr. Nora Casson, Canada Research Chair in Environmental Influences on Water Quality at the University of Winnipeg and co-director of the Prairie Climate Centre. Dr. Casson’s research focuses on human impacts on the water quality of streams, wetlands and lakes. Her presentation will highlight how collaboration between citizen science and academic research can advance our understanding and improve freshwater management.
We hope you can join us online on May 18!