MCC Looks To Improve Governance With Proposed By-Law Amendments

Apr 6, 2010 | Government News

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Over the past year the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce has been examining its governance in an attempt to improve efficiencies and to make participation in its Board of Directors more satisfying. 

The MCC Board of Directors has approved in principle changes to the current bylaws of the MCC to reflect a board size of approx 30 instead of the current 47.  The high number of participants on the current Board has created challenges in not allowing all too actively participate due to the time constraints. 

The Executive Committee will also reflect a change from the current 17 persons to 11. 

The changes will be submitted for ratification at the MCC AGM which is being held in Russell Manitoba on the 30th of April. 

Click here to review the bylaw changes. 

Click here to find out more about the upcoming AGM.

Those with comments and/or questions are encouraged to contact MCC President Graham Starmer at [email protected].

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