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Annual General Meeting

ARCH’s 42nd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

ARCH’s 42nd AGM took place on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. ET. The presentation took place at 6:00 pm and the members-only meeting started at 7:00 pm. We had a presentation about Reflecting on 40 Years of Disability in the Human Rights Code from our guest speaker Ena Chadha, LL.B., LL.M.Chair, Human Rights Legal Support Centre.

You can review the recording below:

Download The AGM Index Below:

2022 Annual General Meeting Package (AGM)

Table of Contents:

  1. Agenda
  2. Minutes of the October 7, 2021 Annual General Meeting
  3. Treasurer’s Report
  4. Audited Financial Report, March 31, 2022
  5. ARCH By-Law Amendments
  6. ARCH Nominations Report
  7. Profiles of Mid-Term Board Members 2022
  8. Profiles of Persons Nominated to the ARCH Board 2022

1. Agenda

2. Minutes of the October 7, 2021 Annual General Meeting

3. Treasurer’s Report

4. Audited Financial Report, March 31, 2022 (PDF Version only)

5. ARCH By-Law Amendments

6. ARCH Nominations Report

7. Profiles of Mid-Term Board Members 2022

8. Profiles of Persons Nominated to the ARCH Board 2022

9. Ena Chadha’s Biography

2021-2022 ARCH Annual Report

ARCH’s Annual Report 2021-2022 is available online in PDF and RTF.


2020-2021 ARCH Annual Report

ARCH’s Annual Report 2020-2021 available online in PDF and RTF


Celebrating ARCH’s Previous AGM’s

The Annual General Meeting of ARCH Disability Law Centre is held annually at such date, time and place within Ontario as the Board of Directors may determine for the purpose of:

  • considering and approving the minutes of the previous annual meeting and any special meeting that may have been held since the last annual meeting;
  • receiving and considering a report of the activities of the Centre for the previous year;
  • receiving and considering the audited financial statements of the Centre and the auditor’s report;    
  • considering and confirming new by-laws and amendments to or revocations of existing by-laws passed by the Board of Directors in the previous year;
  • receiving and considering such other information or material relating to the Centre’s affairs as, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, is of interest or importance to the members;
  • transacting any other business properly brought before the meeting;         
  • electing directors; and
  • appointing the auditors for the next fiscal year.

For ARCH’s Annual Reports, go to: www.archdisabilitylaw.ca/about/annual-report



Last Modified: October 25, 2022