Posted by Fair Vote Canada – Edmonton Chapter on Friday, June 2, 2017

Fair Vote Edmonton held its Annual General Meeting on 27 May 2017 at the new Mountain Equipment Co-op location in Oliver. Members discussed the chapter’s accomplishments and community engagement, including:

  • Presenting and making statements at parliamentary consultations on electoral reform;
  • Enhancing the chapter’s social media strategy;
  • Participating in the LeadNow Day of Action in December;
  • Organizing a rally at Edmonton Centre MP Randy Boissonnault’s constituency office; and
  • Many more

Chapter members and supporters selected and approved a slate of its 2017-18 executive team, which will be finalized and published at the 21 June chapter meeting.

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