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    Default AGM Meeting Monday August 20 to Sunday August 26, 2018

    Chess Federation of Canada - Annual General Meeting - Incoming Voting Members - 20 - 26 August 2018

    (Note to voting members: all votes open at 9pm ET, all votes and nominations close at 6pm ET, the meeting ends at 10pm ET on August 26th)


    Part 1 - Agenda and Sign-in


    1. Agenda & Opening Comments of Chair
    2. voting member Sign-in

    Part 2 - Election of voting members from Non-Affiliated Provinces / Territories

    3. Election of voting members from Non-Affiliated Provinces/Territories (nominations close on day 3, if elections are required this will take place on days 4-5)


    Part 3 - Elections of Federation Executive Members, Officers and other positions

    4. Nomination of Candidates for Election (nominations close at 6pm ET August 22 - day 3, elections continue through 6pm ET August 25 - day 6)

    DIRECTORS

    4.1 President
    4.2 Vice-President
    4.3 Secretary
    4.4 Treasurer
    4.5 Youth Coordinator
    4.6 FIDE Representative
    4.7 Director at Large

    OFFICERS

    4.8 Rating Auditor
    4.9 Publicity Officer
    4.10 Women's Chess Coordinator

    Members should note positions 1-7 make up the CFC Executive, 8-10 are non-Executive Officers of the Federation

    5.A Elections of the above positions

    5.B Election of Directors and Officers

    6. Appointment of CFC Committee members: (nominations close at 6pm ET August 23 - day 3, elections for contested positions continue through 6pm ET August 25 - day 6)

    * 6.1 Chess Foundation of Canada Trustees - Four year term:

    * 6.2 Chess Foundation of Canada Trustees - One year term:

    * 6.3 Kalev Pugi Fund Committee:

    * 6.4 National Appeals Committee:

    7. Election of CFC Committee members (see sections 4.1 - 4.11 - in sections 4.1 - 6.4 all positions where an election is being held is marked with *)

    8.Discussion of agenda items



    Voting on all items excluding voting members, Executive and Officers will begin on day 4 (August 23) and continue to the end of the meeting (August 26)



    10. Bids for 2019/2020 Events

    Mississauga Bid for CYCC/Canadian Open in 2020

    10E Any other Bids/Business:

    11. Other Business
    11a. FIDE election


    New Agenda Items for discussion only.

    12. Bids for National Championships 2019/20 and onward

    13. Adjournment & Closing Comments by Chair
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    Agenda for outgoing meeting AGM 2018

    Chess Federation of Canada - Annual General Meeting - 20 - 26 August 2018
    Outgoing Voting Members

    (Note to voting members: all votes open at 9pm ET, all votes close at 6pm ET, the meeting ends at 10pm ET on August 26th)

    Part 1 - Entire meeting August 20-26
    1. Agenda

    2. Opening Comments of Chair

    3. voting member Sign-in - sign in by voting for any of the options

    4. Reports (Executive members and Officers please post your reports here)
    A. President
    B. Vice President
    C. Secretary
    D.
    Director-at-Large
    E. FIDE Representative
    F. Youth Coordinator
    G. Masters Representative
    H. Woman’s Coordinator
    I. Rating Auditor
    J. Chess Foundation of Canada
    K. Kalev Pugi Fund
    L. Treasurer
    M. Executive Director: Financial Report

    5A Discussion Items

    1) New business



    5B Motions
    No motions have been received within the statutory notification period.

    Part II "The Voting Booth" Voting on motions: August 23-26
    Attention voting members: the voting period is day 4 (August 23) through day 7 (August 26)

    6.1 Voting on motions
    No motions have been submitted for voting.

    Part III At end of meeting
    7. Closing Comments by Chair

    8. Adjournment

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    One important item for consideration is the 2020 bid for the CYCC and Canadian Open from Mississauga.CYCC_CO Budget_Jun 2018.pdf

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    I will make the attempt to give the full bid but may have to post it elsewhere first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladimir Drkulec View Post
    I will make the attempt to give the full bid but may have to post it elsewhere first.
    The bid is too large to post here. I sent it out to the voting members via a link.

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    I can fix it, what type of file is it? By default it only allows small files to be attached but those defaults are from ancient times with tiny hard drives.
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    It is a pdf and just over 5 MBytes.

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    Figures, the limit was 5,000,000 for PDFs. I upped it to 10M.
    Christopher Mallon
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    I have tried uploading the file a few times and each time I see an indication that the file is uploading successfully and then there is a database error before the file disappears into the ether.

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    Just a general thought, with 8 hours left in the voting period... 37 members of the incoming assembly have signed in, but only 23-24 of them have voted on anything which is a little disappointing, considering that for the first time in a while there are actually elections happening (and close ones at that).
    Christopher Mallon
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