MCC Releases Slate of Proposed Resolutions for AGM 2010

Apr 9, 2010 | Government News

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The proposed Resolutions for the MCC’s upcoming AGM cover an incredible array of issues. In total, 15 Resolutions will be put forward. Each Resolution will be debated and voted upon at the MCC’s upcoming Annual General Meeting at the Russell Inn in Russell, from April 30 to May 2, 2010.

Resolutions are always a key part of the AGM; approved Resolutions become the official position of the MCC and form part of its lobbying program for the year following the AGM. Because of their contemporary nature, Resolutions have an effective life span of one year, although they may be resubmitted at a subsequent AGM. Accredited delegates of the Local Chambers cast the votes.

2010-11 PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS (Click on the title of the Resolution to access it):

2010-2011 Proposed RESOLUTIONS  
911 Service    
ank”>Northern Agriculture    
Onsite Wastewater Management Systems Regulation   
Technical Barriers To Trade   
Rehabilitating The Image Of The Interlake   
Nutrient Removal From Municipal Wastewater   
A Proactive Approach to Fishing Licenses                                                                         
Shortage Of Childcare   
Payroll Tax Reform   
Lighter –Than-Air Transport System For Northern Manitoba   
New Air Terminal, Thompson   
Feasibility Study – All Weather Road Norway House – Gillam   
Keeping The Link To The United States Open   
Enhancing Immigration  
Promoting The Boyne Valley Water Initiative  

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