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Annual General Meeting of the Membership
Réunion Annuelle des Membres
Mapleton Park/Lodge à 600 Mapleton Rd,
Moncton, NB 5 Déc 2017 / Dec 5th 2017
 
Agenda
 
Mot de bienvenue et ouverture
Introduction
11:00 AM
Opening Remarks-  Welcome &
Introductions
Adoption des dernières minutes de
l’AGA et suivi
11:05 AM
Approval of last meeting minutes and
items arising
Adoption de l’ordre du jour
11:10 AM
Agenda Approval
Rapport du président (B. Leblon)
11 :15 AM
President’s Report (B. Leblon)
Rapport de la trésorière (A.
Doucet)
11 :30 AM
Financial Report (A. Doucet)
Amendements constitutionnels
11 :45 AM
Constitutional Amendments
Diner (fourni)
12:00-1:00 PM
Lunch (provided)
Nomination et élection des
membres du comité de gestion
1 :00 PM
Nomination and election of Management
Committee Officers and Members
Rapport sur les projets (A.
Douglas)
1:20 PM
Project Reporting (A. Douglas).
Atl-EMC Rapport
-          David Forsey
-          Tim Roberts
2 :00 PM
Atl-EMC Report
-          David Forsey
-          Tim Roberts
Table ronde
2 :30 PM
Roundtable Discussion
Fin de la réunion
3:30 PM
Meeting Adjournment
 
 


Atlantic Eelgrass Monitoring Consortium (Atl-EMC) 


The Coalition-SGSL, with funding from Environment Canada, kicked off our eelgrass monitoring project this past summer. With assistance from world renowned experts, industry, universities, and government staff, we set up monitoring sites in NS, NB, PEI and NFLD! 


A cold day (-23 degrees Celsius) for CABIN sampling with the crew from Southeast Environmental-Association! Angela's waders are frozen!




The Community Aquatic Monitoring Project is in full swing in estuaries around the Southern Gulf. 


Pictured above is one of our CAMP coordinators, Dominique Dupuis, with her catch of the day! 


New Executive Director for the Coalition-SGSL
 
Angela Douglas is the new Executive director of the Southern Gulf of St.Lawrence Coalition on Sustainability. She has a BSc in Biology from UPEI as well as an MSc from the Atlantic Veterinary College. While working on her degrees she got involved with a local watershed group and has been acting as coordinator for the last six years. She has ample experience working with charitable and environmental organizations and she is eager to work with the coalition, increasing capacity and creating awareness on issues facing the gulf region.


The Coalition would like to sincerely thank Thérèse Chenard for her years of dedicated service. We wish her all the best in the future. She will be missed!


Greetings! And welcome to the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence Coalition on Sustainability (Coalition-SGSL). We are a multi-stakeholder regional body representing Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec portions of the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence ecosystem.

Our Area of InterestThe Southern Gulf region is an important ecological, economic and socio-cultural region of North America. Communities along the Gulf coast depend on its resources for income and their quality of life. The Gulf region supports key ecosystems such as salt marshes, beaches, estuaries and forests. It provides critical habitat, including spawning, feeding and nursery grounds, for numerous terrestrial and marine species.
 

View videos and presentations from our 2012 Annual General Meeting, and CCC-CURA workshop. 

The Coalition-SGSL bi-annual report is available.
 
Great Lakes - St. Lawrence is open to all. Come and leard and participate.

Volunteer!

Put your thoughts into action - participate with our  volunteer groups! Address your concerns of sustainability within the Southern Gulf Region. To learn more check out our Volunteer Groups!

Calendar of Events
 
You can find information of interest on multiple events hapening in the Southern Gulf of St.Lawrence region. These include meetings, courses, festivals and so on. Simply visit our calendar page to find out more.

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Our Contributors   Location
 Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Environment canada
Status of Women Canada
Service Canada
University de Moncton
Geo Connections

60 Celtic Lane
Stratford, PE
C1B 1L1


Coalition.sgsl@gmail.com

Tel: (902) 218-2594
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