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    Default "THE VOTING BOOTH" (Agenda items 32,33, 34, 35, 36) - INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOTING

    As per the instructions of the President, voting will begin at 2359 EST on Thursday January 20 (day 6 of the meeting). At that time please use the following instructions:

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOTING

    Please copy and paste the following to an e-mail sent to secretary@chess.ca and president@chess.ca. Be sure to clearly indicate whether you are voting “YES”, “NO” or “ABSTAIN” to each motion. If you have not signed into the meeting (Sticky #2 on the agenda) please sign in immediately as only the votes of ‘signed in’ Governors will be counted.

    Please note that the Voting Booth was briefly opened and then closed at the President's instructions to allow further time for discussion on motions, particularly those from the floor in this meeting (28e-h). If you voted previously please re-send your votes!

    As per the President’s ruling no vote will be taken on 2011-A

    Here are the motions for voting:

    27. Motion 2011-B: Participation in World Events (CYCC / WYCC and other youth events) (Moved / Seconded Birarov/Demian)

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    28. Motion 2011-C: Participation in Youth Events (moved / seconded Barron / Jin)

    DELETED - this is presented below as 28 (e)

    29. Motion 2011 – D – On-line Meeting Procedures Amendment to s. 5 – Constitutional Amendments (moved / seconded Armstrong / von Keitz)

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    30. Motion 2011-E – No Proxy for Governors’ On-line Meetings
    Governors, please note that the authors of the motion have accepted Cabanas’ amendment and the text of the motion is now:

    "That Rules and Regulations, s. 21, Proxies, be amended by adding after the words
    “21. Any Governor who is unable to be personally present at a meeting of the Assembly may appoint any person to act as his proxy. Proxies are not applicable to a meeting of the governors that is conducted entirely online and over the Internet."

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    31. Motion 2011-F Opening Governors’ On-line Meeting to the Public
    (Moved/ Seconded Armstrong / Einarsson)

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    Governors should note that the President has declared motions 2011-D, 2011-E and 2011-F to be “constitutional” motions.

    Note to Governors on motions 28e to 28h: The President has ruled that these motions should be presented as independent motions rather than as amendments. You may vote for some, none or all of them

    To ensure clarity the text of each of these will be given below:

    28e. Motion from Governor Barron

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    28f. Motion from Governor Gillanders (see text below)

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    28g. Motion from Governor Cabanas (see text below)

    Vote Yes No Abstain

    28h. Motion from Governor Brammall (see text below)
    Vote Yes No Abstain
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    Default Text of Motion 2011-C

    Motion 28. Motion 2011-C: (moved by Michael Barron, seconded by Anna Jin)

    To amend section 1003 of the CFC Handbook:
    "1003. Players: {Motion 2009-13 2009 AGM Nadeau/Lavin}
    The following players shall be eligible to participate in each Youth Tournament provided they comply with the formal entry requirements of Article 1007:
    (a) The qualifiers from that year's YCC's.
    (b) The qualifiers from the CYCC to the WYCC of the previous year.
    (c) The highest rating of each age category {open & female} of each Province {as of May 1st prior to the CYCC}
    (d) The host organizer may nominate three players for each category from the host location. {Amendment of Original Motion Barron/Langer}"

    by adding the clause:

    "(e) The former CYCC champions"

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    Default Text of Motion 28f

    Motion 28f (Moved / Seconded Gillanders / Brammell)

    To amend section 1003 of the CFC Handbook:
    "1003. Players: {Motion 2009-13 2009 AGM Nadeau/Lavin}
    The following players shall be eligible to participate in each Youth Tournament provided they comply with the formal entry requirements of Article 1007:
    (a) The qualifiers from that year's YCC's.
    (b) The qualifiers from the CYCC to the WYCC of the previous year.
    (c) The highest rating of each age category {open & female} of each Province {as of May 1st prior to the CYCC}
    (d) The host organizer may nominate three players for each category from the host location. {Amendment of Original Motion Barron/Langer}"

    by adding the clause:

    (f) where there is no provincial qualifier, up to 3 players may be qualified at the discretion of the provincial youth coordinator. In the absence of a Provincial Co-ordinator, players would apply to the CFC Youth Co-ordinator.

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    Default Text of Motion 28g

    Motion 28g (Moved / Seconded: Cabanas / Brammell)

    To amend section 1003 of the CFC Handbook:
    "1003. Players: {Motion 2009-13 2009 AGM Nadeau/Lavin}
    The following players shall be eligible to participate in each Youth Tournament provided they comply with the formal entry requirements of Article 1007:
    (a) The qualifiers from that year's YCC's.
    (b) The qualifiers from the CYCC to the WYCC of the previous year.
    (c) The highest rating of each age category {open & female} of each Province {as of May 1st prior to the CYCC}
    (d) The host organizer may nominate three players for each category from the host location. {Amendment of Original Motion Barron/Langer}"

    By amending clause ( c ) to read:

    (c) The highest rated of each age category {open & female} of each Province and Territory {as of May 1st prior to the CYCC}

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    Default Text of Motion 28h

    Motion 28h (Moved/Seconded: Brammall / Armstrong)

    To amend section 1003 of the CFC Handbook:

    "1003. Players: {Motion 2009-13 2009 AGM Nadeau/Lavin}

    The following players shall be eligible to participate in each Youth Tournament provided they comply with the formal entry requirements of Article 1007:

    (a) The qualifiers from that year's YCC's.
    (b) The qualifiers from the CYCC to the WYCC of the previous year.
    (c) The highest rating of each age category {open & female} of each Province {as of May 1st prior to the CYCC}
    (d) The host organizer may nominate three players for each category from the host location. {Amendment of Original Motion Barron/Langer}"

    By adding clause (e):

    (e) The top ten rated players in each age category in the country (as of May 1st prior to the CYCC)

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    Default Notice to Governors

    As you know there are several motions concerning section 1003 of the Handbook.

    Based on the results on the vote, the President reserves the right to re-letter the clauses of 1003 as needed to ensure continuity.

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    Default Voting is now closed

    Folks, voting is now closed on this meeting's motions.

    In case of any late votes, the time stamp on your e-mail will be taken as official. Final tallying is now underway.

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