Vancouver Métis Citizens Society Métis Cultural Awareness Announcements
By Ron Paradis
November 6, 2015
The President of the Vancouver Métis Citizens Society (VMCS), Ron Paradis announced that a was issued by the Town of Gibsons proclaiming November 10-16, 2015 as Métis Cultural Awareness Week in Gibsons and that the Métis Infinity Flag will be raised at the Town Hall in Gibsons.
At the November 3, 2015 Council Meeting of the Town of Gibsons, George and Terry Goulet gave a talk on Louis Riel and Métis history on behalf of the VMCS. The Proclamation was then presented to Ron Paradis, President of the VMCS, by Métis Councilor Charlene SanJenko on behalf of Mayor Wayne Rowe.
On November 4, 2015 President Ron Paradis and George and Terry Goulet gave a presentation on Louis Riel and Métis history at the Council Meeting of the District of Sechelt. At the Council Meeting Mayor Bruce Milne announced that the District of Sechelt had proclaimed November 16, 2015 as Louis Riel Day in the District of Sechelt. He added that if it can be arranged Sechelt will also fly the Métis Flag.
The VMCS will be holding a Potluck for Métis and friends of the Métis on Sunday November 15, 2015. This free event will be held from 1:00-4:00 pm at Mission Point House on Sunshine Coast BC Highway 101 at Davis Bay (on the Beach side).
Information on the activities of the Vancouver Métis Citizens Society are available on its website at http://www.vmcs.ca/
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If you have any questions or comments, please contact:
ron paradis, president
Vancouver Métis Citizens Society
Head Office: 989 Reed Road,
Gibsons, BC, V0N 1V7,
Phone: (604) 741-3813
The following Second Special Resolution is hereby added as Section 7-B of the Special Business Section of the Agenda and is hereby made part of the Notice of Annual General Meeting dated April 15, 2015 of the Vancouver Metis Citizens Society:
Notice to Members
Annual General Meeting
Vancouver Metis Citizens Society
Date: Saturday May 16, 2015
Meeting Time: 11:00 am
Place: Fraserview Public Library
Address: 1950 Argyle Drive,
Second Special Resolution: To consider a Second Special Resolution of the Members to adopt and ratify the May 2015 Amended Constitution of the Vancouver Metis Citizens Society in order to replace all previous Constitutions of the Society. The May 2015 Amended Constitution to be voted on will contain the same purposes of the Society as those set forth in the proposed May 2015 Amended Bylaws of the Society.
[Note: The full text of this Second Special Resolution and May 2015 Amended Constitution will be available for inspection by Members as set forth in the April 15, 2015 Notice of Annual General Meeting.]
Dated this 17th day of April 2015.
On behalf of the Board of Directors: Joan Thibault, Secretary
Secretary, Vancouver Métis Citizens Society
The Board would Like People to know, our has changed to..
…Long live the Metis///