AGM 2019 Kickoff

Publish date: Monday, April 29, 2019

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MNU members from across the province are gathering in Winnipeg today for the 44th MNU Annual General Meeting at the Victoria Inn & Convention Centre. Pre-registration begins today, followed by business days on April 30 and May 1, and Provincial Education Day on May 2.

This year’s event will feature several highlights. It is the first AGM with newly elected President Darlene Jackson, who was elected at AGM 2018 and officially began her role on July 1. She succeeds former President Sandi Mowat, who served in the role for 10 years beginning in 2008.

Day 1 of AGM business will begin with introductory remarks and the approval of the agenda. President Darlene Jackson will provide her first President’s Address to delegates at approximately 9:30 am, followed by a presentation of reports at 10:30 am. The afternoon will feature a keynote address by union organizer Jane McAlevey at 1:30 pm, and Vice-President Candidate Speeches at 4:15 pm.

Day 2 will also include a packed agenda. CFNU President Linda Silas will provide greetings shortly after Call to Order at 9:00 am. During the lunch hour, delegates will break for a rally at the Manitoba Legislature beginning at 12:30 pm. This event is open to the public and MNU members not attending AGM are welcome to attend. Click here for event details.

Important resolutions about union business and health care policy will also be debated on Day 2. For more information, please read our 2018 Annual Report (pages 27 & 28).

MNU is pleased to announce that AGM will be live streamed on Facebook. Visit facebook.com/manitobanurses for the live feed of Day 1 beginning at 9:00 AM, and for opening remarks from CFNU President Linda Silas on Day 2. You can also visit manitobanurses.ca after Day 1 & 2 for daily recap stories of AGM business.

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