FEBRUARY 2, 2022 | SAVE THE DATE
I move to accept the agenda as presented on November 20, 2021.
I move to limit the debate of each item to 15 minutes.
I move to employ the services of Jeffrey D. Milgram Professional Corporation Chartered Professional Accountants / Licensed Public Accountants of Toronto, ON, to audit the 2021/2022 financial statements.
Campbell McDermid/Laura Patterson
REMOVE PCRP FROM BYLAWS
I move that Section Six (6) of the CASLI Bylaws be removed from the CASLI Bylaws to be placed in its entirety into a policy document and be replaced by the following: “In the event of a complaint against a member for unethical behaviour, the processes laid out in the Professional Conduct Review Process (PCRP) Policy will be followed.”
Taedra Harris/Laura Patterson
I move that the CASLI Board immediately cease all non-essential CASLI business to undertake a full review of CASLI structure and processes to be reported back to the membership at the 2024 CASLI AGM.
Theresa Barker-Simms/Laura Patterson
I move to adjourn the meeting at [time].
Dear CASLI members and Deaf Community, Welcome to the CASLI AGM 2021! There have been so many changes since the spring of 2020 because of COVID 19. Governments, organizations, and associations including CASLI have faced challenges that have put us in difficult positions
As I submit this report I would like to acknowledge that it was written while on the traditional and unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk), a place that has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations.
2ND VICE PRESIDENT
Within these past 8 months while serving on the CASLI board, we have accomplished a few things and have come to tackle on a bigger issue that lays within our organization. Before I proceed with my report/updates,
Hello everyone, It has been a very quick year as my time as treasurer. I have worked with the Board and the Executive Director on some small projects that needed to be done. We met to review the direction of the Board and priorities
Thanks for your patience as we update this section.
Before I sat to write this, I reviewed meeting minutes and notes from the series of townhall meetings and one-on-one conversations with CASLI and stakeholders. It validated my optimism about the vision and future of CASLI that members from east to west seem to share. Further, it has been an exciting time to be on the board.