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Notice of Intent to Amend Bylaws

The Board of Directors hereby proposes the following Bylaw Amendment resolution for consideration and approval at the Christian Credit Union Annual General Meeting scheduled at 7:30 pm on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at the Central Lions Recreation Centre, 11113 – 113 Street NW, Edmonton, AB:

BE IT RESOLVED that the Bylaws of Christian Credit Union Ltd. be amended as described in the side by side comparison document, comparing the proposed new Bylaws with the current Bylaws (last amended March 2013).

For clarity regarding the amendments, we are providing the following additional documents:

  1. The Proposed New Bylaws that will be presented to the Government of Alberta’s Treasury Board and Finance Department upon approval by our membership.
  2. A document highlighting the purpose and extent of the proposed changes. 

If you have any questions regarding this resolution, please contact:

Wally Mulder, President at 780.455.3600 or mulderw@telusplanet.net
or John Veldkamp, CEO at 780.784.3170 or jveldkamp@christiancu.ca

We hope that you will join us at our AGM on March 8, 2018 and support these Bylaw amendments.

Your Board of Directors


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