RMCLA will pursue civil liberties issues with a clear public
RMCLA Invites the Public and Members to its Annual General Meeting
Date: Thursday February 11, 2016 at 7:00 pm
Location: Kahanoff Centre,
Room 203, 105 12 Ave S.E., Calgary T2G 1A1
(Centre Street and 12th Avenue S.W.)
RSVP: We would like your RSVP to help plan for the meeting. Please RSVP at: firstname.lastname@example.org
AGM will review 2015, present financial statements, discuss some
recommended directions for 2016, and elect a board for 2016.
Proposed Slate: For the propsed slate of 2016 Board Members, please see 2016 Proposed Slate of Board Members.
those not on the slate and wishing to join the board of directors, it
is recommended that you submit your interest prior to the board meeting
It is recommended that those wishing to join the board also describe
their civil liberties experience, legal training or experience, or other
critieria demonstrating familiarity with Canadian civil liberties. Not
all applicants are guaranteed to be successful in their application to
join the board of directors.
Becoming a Volunteer: We
welcome all people to become involved in advocating for civil
liberties. For those without civil liberties experience, it is suggest
that volunteering with RMCLA occurs for a while before joining the board
to ensure familiarity with RMCLA policies, how civil liberites policy
development occurs, various laws associated with civil liberties, and
limitations to civil liberties policy development. Joining a policy
committee is an excellent way to begin with RMCLA. We welcome your
application to volunteer at: email@example.com
Voting & Membership: Voting at the RMCLA meeting is reserved to organization members. Membership applications are $20 and found at: membership.html
is accepted by a vote of the board of directors prior to the AGM. To
become a member, prospective applicants agree to uphold RMCLA's mission,
bylaws and code of conduct.
There are three areas of interest that we are currently addressing:
- Protection of freedom of expression and issues of human rights (i.e. through change of the Alberta Human Rights Act);
- Advancement of issues legislative related to access to information and rights to privacy; and
- Advancement of issues related to access to justice.
If you have questions about any of these issues, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Legal Help, Please Contact your Lawyer. If you cannot afford a Lawyer, please contact the link below.
Legal Aid Alberta