AGM Tuesday Dec 13, 1-3pm
Motions for bylaw changes include:
1/ changing the maximum number of directors: from ‘5’ to “9, a maximum of 2 of whom can be people who do not identify as current or former persons who use drugs. ”
2/ adding a bylaw provision for the removal of a director: “The members may by special resolution remove a Director before the expiration of their term of office, and may elect a successor to complete the
term of office, or, the Board of Directors may, by a 2/3rds majority vote of a quorum of Board members present, excluding the Director in question, remove a Director before the expiration of their term of office for any one of the following reasons:
a. Failing to advise of their absence for two (2) consecutive Board meetings,
b. Failing to attend three (3) consecutive Board meetings,
c. Failing to attend one third of the total number of Board meetings in a 12 month period, or
d. breaching the Directors Code of Conduct as published from time to time by the Board of Directors.
Notice of intent to vote for removal of a Director shall be issued to the Director in question at least 14 days prior to such vote to remove.”
2nd and 4th Mondays of the month. 1 -2 pm. Meet up for information sharing and support for women with HepC. Food, $5 stipends, bus tickets, and lots of updates and information about HepC as conditions and treatment continues to change. Open to all self-identified women with HepC.
10:30pm – 12:30am. 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month are open to all people who use(d) illicit drugs. 2nd and 4th Fridays are Men’s Night. A great chance to meet people and learn more about services and supports in town. Light snacks and bus tickets provided.
Join us Thursday 28th to demand Not One More Death from overdoses in Victoria. 40 people overdosed during December – 8 people died. This is preventable with supervised consumption services, and Victoria’s health authority is lagging behind other regions in Canada in taking critical steps towards providing these services. Come out to remember those who have been lost because of inadequate services, and show your support for immediate action in Victoria!
Where: Centennial Square
When: 12pm ~ the march will return to Centennial Square at 12:40pm for a small meal, guest speakers, open mic, and moment of silence.
Flowers will also be available so community members can pay their respects.
We acknowledge and respect that this event is taking place on traditional, unceded Lkwungen and WSÁNEĆ territories
For any questions, please be in touch with us at email@example.com.
Our twice yearly Anti-Stigma course begins Nov 24th! There are 4 sessions, one each tuesday for four weeks. Courses are run and designed by former graduates of Street College. Contact us if you’d like to enroll.
Street College is open to anyone who identifies as a current or former person who uses illicit drugs. Preference will be given to individuals who have not participated in programming before. $10 stipends and snacks provided.