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Annual General Meeting

Annual General meetings are the opportunity for Nature Canada members to exercise their rights to vote on the slate of people being nominated to Nature Canada's Board of Directors and passing of the audited financial statements each year.

At the end of October 2021, the members of board gathered for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic in Gatineau, Quebec. Due to social distancing considerations, Nature Canada members were also invited to participate virtually through Zoom.

On October 23rd at 4:30 pm (ET) the board and over 30 members gathered in this hybrid fashion to review the organization’s activity over the past year, vote on the new slate of board members and review the financial statements.

Please find the recording here: 

Click here to download the circulated information booklet (edited)

As a democratic, grassroots non-profit organization, all of our resolutions are voted upon democratically by Nature Canada members during our Annual General Meeting. Any Canadian can become a member of Nature Canada and all Nature Canada members have the right to vote in person or by proxy at our Annual General Meetings.

Annual General Meetings are also the opportunity for Nature Canada members to exercise their right to vote on the slate of people being nominated to Nature Canada’s Board of Directors. The Board of Directors governs Nature Canada by developing the policy to direct the staff, who then designs, initiates and directs programs to fulfill Nature Canada’s mission in keeping with those policies.

We will update this page again leading up to the 2022 Annual General Meeting with location and registration information. If you are unable to attend, you may download a Proxy Vote form here.


If you have questions, concerns or comments please contact Lara Falkiner at 1-800-267-4088 ext. 981 or email

Mail Proxy Vote to:

Nature Canada
Attn: Lara Falkiner
240 Bank Street, Suite 300
Ottawa, ON K2P 1X4

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