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Council Chambers, 15th Floor,

101 Bloor Street West, Toronto

June 8, 2017

Minutes of the Council Meeting of the Ontario College of Teachers held on June 8, 2017 in the Council Chambers, 15th Floor, 101 Bloor Street West, Toronto

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

1. Call to Order/Welcome

2. Agenda and Approval of Preparation Time

3. Conflict of Interest

4. Public Presentations

5. Minutes

    5.1 Meeting, March 2-3, 2017

6. Business Arising

7. Registrar’s Report

    7.1 Financial Report as March 31, 2017

8. Chair’s Report

    8.1 Report

9. Committee Reports

    9.1 Executive Committee

9.2 Finance Committee

   9.2.1 Audited Financial Statements as at December 31, 2016   

      9.2.2 Report

      9.2.3 (Re)appointment of Auditor

   9.3 Executive Committee (Continued)

10. Registrar’s Report (Continued)

11. Committee Reports (Continued)

    11.1 Investigation Committee

    11.2 Discipline Committee

    11.3 Fitness to Practise Committee

    11.4 Registration Appeals Committee

    11.5 Standards of Practice and Education Committee

    11.6 Accreditation Committee

    11.7 Accreditation Appeal Committee

    11.8 Human Resources Committee

    11.9 Editorial Board

    11.10 Governance Committee

    11.11Quality Assurance Committee

12. Correspondence

13.  New Business

    13.1 Proposed TQR Amendments – Removal of requirement that applicant hold certification at the time of application from Canadian jurisdiction

14. Notices of Motion

15. Next Meeting(s) of Council

16. Adjournment

Minutes of the Council Meeting of the Ontario College of Teachers held on June 8, 2017 in the Council Chambers, 15th Floor, 101 Bloor Street West, Toronto

Session 1: Thursday June 8, 2017

Present: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, OCT; Brian Beal, OCT; Marie-Louise Chartrand; Ann Ciaschini, OCT; Angela De Palma, OCT, (Chair); Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, OCT; Susan E. Elliott-Johns, OCT; Robert Gagné; Tim Gernstein, OCT; Marie-Thérèse Hokayem; Jane Ishibashi; Jacqueline Karsemeyer, OCT; James Knopp; Colleen Landers; Shanlee Linton, OCT; Myreille Loubert, OCT, (Vice-Chair); Shannon Marcus, OCT; Richard Michaud, OCT; Sara Nouini, OCT; Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, OCT; Bill Petrie; Robert Ryan, OCT; Anthony Samchek, OCT; Vicki Shannon, OCT; Jennifer Stewart, OCT (until 3:00 p.m.); Stéphane Vallée, OCT; Nicole van Woudenberg, OCT; Ravi Vethamany, OCT; Wes Vickers, OCT; Ronna Warsh; Marie-Claude Yaacov; Michael Salvatori, OCT, (Registrar)

Regrets: Jean-Luc Bernard, OCT; Brigitte Bidal Piquette, OCT; Godwin Ifedi; Matthew Kavanagh, OCT; Tom Potter

Guests: Joane Mui, KPMG Senior Audit Manager (from 10:00 a.m. to 10:05 a.m.)

Presiding

Officers: Dave Bennett, Lori Lukinuk

Staff: Kim Bauer; Chantal Bélisle, OCT; Tan Crombie; Roch Gallien, OCT; Myrtle Herzenberg; Joe Jamieson, OCT, (Deputy Registrar); Richard Lewko; Charlie Morrison; Linda Zaks-Walker, OCT

1. Call to Order/Welcome

The Presiding Officer, Lori Lukinuk, called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. and welcomed all present.

She informed members that two placemats were available for members’ information:

  • The College’s Mission, Vision, Values and Strategic Priorities
  • College Council Parliamentary Procedural Tips

It was noted that Myreille Loubert and Robert Gagné comprised the Steering Committee.

The Chair recognized Marilyn Laframboise, OCT, the Chair of the third Council in the public gallery.

The Chair informed Council that the following members’ terms of office had been extended for three years: Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Godwin Ifedi, Ronna Warsh; and that Jean-Luc Bernard’s term of office had been extended for two years.

The Registrar informed Council that Myrtle Herzenberg would be retiring at the end of June and thanked her for her years of service, and the Chair thanked her on behalf of Council for her contributions.

The Chair welcomed Dave Bennett, Parliamentarian, to the meeting.

2. Agenda and Approval of Preparation Time (GC20170608-31)

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That the Agenda for the June 8-9, 2017 Council meeting be approved, as amended.

It was agreed that Council members would be entitled to one full day of preparation time.

3. Conflict of Interest

No conflicts were declared.

4. Public Presentations

There were no public presentations.

5. Minutes

5.1 Meeting, March 2-3, 2017 (GC20170608-32)

The Minutes of the Council Meeting held on March 2-3, 2017 were approved by unanimous consent.

6. Business Arising

There were no business arising items.

7. Registrar’s Report (GC20170608-34)

The Registrar’s Report was received. The Registrar spoke to his report. There were no questions.

The Registrar highlighted the following:

  • Addressing complaints with respect to safety practices in technological education classrooms that might be useful to providers of initial and ongoing technological education to determine if they may proactively be addressed by program enhancements in order to mitigate risk and reduce harm.
  • Collaborating with the College of Early Childhood Educators, on tracking cases related to supervision of children, and if necessary, consider a joint communication or educative component to enhance supervision.
  • Tracking changes the College of Occupational Therapists is considering with respect to transparency and disclosure. The changes made will impact the discipline process of the health colleges pursuant to Bill 87. As information comes available it will be shared with Council members.
  • Regulators are working with international partners on a joint protocol for international teaching standards.
  • A status update on the removal of discipline decisions from the College website.

The Registrar advised Council that he had sought legal opinion on whether the College was obliged to remove decisions from third party websites such as CANLII and Quicklaw websites where they were being accessed by the legal community and the public. After undertaking a review of the College’s Act and our agreements with CANLII and Quicklaw, counsel has advised the College that it is not required to request removal of those decisions when they are also removed from our external website. In light of that opinion, the Registrar indicated that it would be his advice that we continue to remove the decisions from our websites and leave the corresponding decisions on both CANLII and Quicklaw websites. The Registrar concluded by inviting Council feedback on the issue.

7.1 Financial Report as March 31, 2017 (GC20170608-35)

The Ontario College of Teachers’ Financial Report as at March 31, 2017 was received. The Deputy Registrar, Joe Jamieson, spoke to the report.

8. Chair’s Report

8.1 Report (GC20170608-36)

The Chair’s Report was received. The Chair, Angela De Palma, spoke to her report. There were no questions.

The Chair highlighted the following:

  • Her responsibility to conduct an annual performance appraisal of the Chief Executive Officer and Registrar. She noted that a five-member sub-committee would meet on June 23, 2017 to assist in this task as part of the appraisal process.
  • Her attendance at a Council meeting of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
  • Her attendance at a Focus Group session held to inform the members of an update to the College’s Professional Advisory on the Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media.

Dave Bennett assumed the role of Presiding Officer.

9. Committee Reports

9.1 Executive Committee (GC20170608-37)

The report of the Executive Committee was received. The Chair, Angela De Palma, spoke to the report and responded to questions.

A question and answer session ensued on the acceptance of digital personal background checks. The Registrar reported that work is underway to determine the acceptability of transfer of criminal record checks from approved CVC providers.

It was agreed that during the piloting of GoToMeeting with the Investigation Committee, other committees may avail themselves of the technology.

Members were advised that the College’s Professional Advisory on the Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media was being updated and would be provided to Council for their review at its September Council meeting.

The Deputy Registrar thanked Tan Crombie and Brian Jamieson for the work they had done in co-ordinating and working on the Professional Advisory: Responding to the Bullying of Students. Members were informed that focus groups would be held across the province during the summer, and would be informed of the professional advisory. In addition, the September issue of Professionally Speaking/Pour parler profession would feature an article on the advisory.

It was moved by Angela De Palma, Chair of the Executive Committee, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve the Professional Advisory: Responding to the Bullying of Students as outlined in documentGC20170608-37, Attachment 1.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Colleen Landers, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany, Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 31

Against: 0

Abstain: 0

Absent: 5

A discussion ensued on what exclusions existed for making public presentations. It was noted that if members did not provide enough information on the topic, after further requests for information, or the topic was beyond the mandate of the College, members were denied the opportunity to make a public presentation.

Lori Lukinuk assumed the role of Presiding Officer.

9.2 Finance Committee

(Timed Item: Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.)

9.2.1 Audited Financial Statements as at December 31, 2016 (GC20170608-42, -43)

The Finance Committee Chair, Marie-Louise Chartrand, introduced and welcomed Joane Mui, KPMG Senior Audit Manager.

Joane Mui spoke to the Auditor’s Report.

The Chair of the Finance Committee thanked Joane Mui for her report. Joane Mui left the meeting at this time.

It was moved by Marie-Louise Chartrand, Chair of the Finance Committee, and

CARRIED,

That Council accept the December 31, 2016 Audited Financial Statements of the Ontario College of Teachers.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany,
Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 30

Against: 0

Abstain: 0

Absent: 6

9.2.2 Report (GC20170608-42)

The report of the Finance Committee was received. The Chair, Marie-Louise Chartrand, spoke to the report and responded to questions. The Chair noted that the 2018 budget would be presented to Council at a briefing at their meeting in September, and debated at their meeting in December.

9.2.3 (Re)appointment of Auditor

It was moved by Marie Louise Chartrand, Chair of the Finance Committee, and CARRIED,

That Council reappoint KPMG as auditors for the 2018 fiscal year.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Colleen Landers, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany, Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 31

Against: 0

Abstain: 0

Absent: 5

Dave Bennett assumed the role of Presiding Officer.

9.3 Executive Committee (GC20170608-37) (Continued)

It was moved by Angela De Palma, Chair of the Executive Committee, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that public presentations be continued as a standard Council agenda item, with the Executive Committee providing a regular review.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Colleen Landers, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany, Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 30

Against: 0

Abstain: 1

Absent: 5

It was moved by Angela De Palma, Chair of the Executive Committee, “That Council approve the Laptop Policy as outlined in document GC20170608-37, Attachment 2.”

It was moved by Richard Michaud, seconded by Colleen Landers, and

CARRIED,

That Council amend the Laptop Policy, Item 1 of Funding, by the addition of the following words after “carry bag”, “and required accessories to accomplish College work”, to read as follows:

  1. Council members will be issued a laptop computer, carry bag, and required accessories to accomplish College work, at their initial orientation session for Council, and will retain the computer for the duration of their term on Council.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Colleen Landers, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels,
Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany, Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 30

Against:0

Abstain: 1

Absent: 5

A vote was taken on the main motion, as amended, and it was

CARRIED,

That Council approve the Laptop Policy as outlined in document GC20170608-37, Attachment 2, as amended.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Colleen Landers, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud,
Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany, Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 30

Against:0

Abstain: 0

Absent: 6

10. Registrar’s Report (GC20170608-34) (Continued)

At the request of Council members, the Registrar agreed to receive questions on his previous report.

The Registrar requested direction from Council on whether the College should pursue removal of discipline decisions from third-party sites, CANLII and Quicklaw.

The Registrar advised that should discipline decisions be removed from third-party sites, CanLii and Quicklaw, the decisions would continue to be stored on the College’s internal register and available upon request.

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That Council consider a motion to refer the issue of the publication of third-party websites to staff for further research.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Tim Gernstein, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Colleen Landers, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Against: Shanlee Linton, Robert Ryan

Result

For: 25

Against: 2

Abstain: 3

Absent: 6

It was moved by Ravi Vethamany, seconded by Jane Ishisbashi, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that the issue of the publication of discipline decisions on third party websites be referred to staff for further research to be reported to the Investigations and Discipline Committees and to Council for consideration.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Jennifer Stewart, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Against: Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Wes Vickers

Result

For: 28

Against: 2

Abstain: 0

Absent: 6

Lori Lukinuk assumed the role of Presiding Officer.

The Chair of Council advised members that Godwin Ifedi’s wife had passed away. The Chair, on behalf of Council, would convey condolences to him.

11. Committee Reports (Continued)

11.1 Investigation Committee (GC20170608-38)

The report of the Investigation Committee was received. The Chair, Robert Ryan, spoke to the report.

It was moved by Robert Ryan, Chair of the Investigation Committee, “That Council approve an additional 4.0 Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) be allocated to the Investigation and Hearings Department in the 2018 budget.”

It was moved by Marie-Louise Chartrand, seconded by Robert Gagné, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that the words “the 2018 budget” be substituted with “2017”, to read as follows:

That Council approve an additional 4.0 Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) be allocated to the Investigation and Hearings Department in 2017.

A lengthy debate ensued on College staffing for the Investigation and Hearings Department.

It was moved by Richard Michaud, seconded by Shanlee Linton, and

CARRIED,

That the question be put on the staffing matter for the Investigations and Hearings Department.

A vote was taken on the main motion, as amended, and it was

CARRIED,

That Council approve an additional 4.0 Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) be allocated to the Investigation and Hearings Department in 2017.

eScribe vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels,
Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Stéphane Vallée, Ravi Vethamany, Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Against: Tim Gernstein

Result

For: 27

Against: 1

Abstain: 1

Absent: 7

11.2 Discipline Committee (GC20170608-39)

The report of the Discipline Committee was received. The Chair, Robert Gagné, spoke to the report.

11.3 Fitness to Practise Committee (GC20170608-40)

The report of the Fitness to Practise Committee was received. The Chair,
Shanlee Linton, spoke to the report.

11.4 Registration Appeals Committee (GC20170608-41)

The report of the Registration Appeals Committee was received. The Chair,
Brian Beal, spoke to the report.

11.5 Standards of Practice and Education Committee (GC20170608-44)

The report of the Standards of Practice and Education Committee was received. The Chair, Ravi Vethamany, spoke to the report.

11.6 Accreditation Committee (GC20170608-45)

The report of the Accreditation Committee was received. The Chair, Nicole van Woudenberg, spoke to the report and welcomed new members Marie-Louise Chartrand and Claudia Patenaude-Daniels to the committee.

11.7 Accreditation Appeal Committee (GC20170608-46)

The report of the Accreditation Appeal Committee was received. The Chair,
Robert Gagné, spoke to the report.

11.8 Human Resources Committee (GC20170608-47)

The report of the Human Resources Committee was received. The Chair, Wes Vickers, spoke to the report. He advised members that Robert Ryan had been acclaimed as the Vice-Chair of the committee.

11.9 Editorial Board (GC20170608-48)

The report of the Editorial Board was received. The Chair, Myreille Loubert, spoke to the report and responded to questions.

11.10 Governance Committee (GC20170608-49)

The report of the Governance Committee was received. The Vice-Chair, Sara Nouini, spoke to the report and responded to questions.

A discussion ensued on making all committee minutes and documents available to all Council members on the timing of the committee selection process. It was agreed to raise this matter at the Council Member Briefing presentation on Governance with Richard Steinecke scheduled for the following day.

11.11 Quality Assurance Committee (GC20170608-50)

The report of the Quality Assurance Committee was received. The Chair, Robert Ryan, spoke to the report. He advised members that the committee had met on May 17, 2017 to consider a presentation from the Investigations and Hearings Department related to Objects #5 and #8 as well as the Council’s Strategic Priorities. The committee had also received information on a survey, at the request of the Public Interest Committee, on private schools in which the Quality Assurance Committee had been asked to identify any connections with the Council’s Strategic Priorities. He advised that the Chair of Council had attended this meeting. He noted that a written report of the May 17, 2017 meeting would be shared with Council at its September meeting.

12. Correspondence (GC20170608-51, -52)

The following items of correspondence were received for information:

  • Letter of Acknowledgement from the Minister of Education re Medical Assessments and Interim Suspension of Council Members (GC20170608-51)
  • Letter from and to the Ontario Teachers’ Federation re Removal of certain discipline matters from the public register and other websites (GC20170608-52)

13. New Business

13.1 Proposed TQR Amendments – Removal of requirement that applicant hold certification at the time of application from Canadian jurisdiction (GC20170608-53)

The Briefing Note on Labour Mobility Applicants – Requirement to Hold Certification was received. Linda Zaks-Walker, Director of Membership Services, spoke to the topic.

She noted that allowing labour mobility applicants to become certified without holding certification in good standing as a result of non-payment of fees from their original jurisdiction would not only align the labour mobility provisions for the Internationally Educated Teachers route to certification, but it would also remove a disguised barrier to certification.

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That Council recommend to the Minister of Education that Regulation 176/10, the Teachers’ Qualifications Regulation, be amended to allow for the application for certification of labour mobility applicants who were certified by a teacher regulatory authority inside Canada, as outlined in the document titled “Labour Mobility Applicants – Requirement to Hold Certification”.

eScribe Vote:

For: Pier-Olivier Arsenault, Brian Beal, Marie-Louise Chartrand, Ann Ciaschini, Angela De Palma, Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad, Susan Elliott-Johns, Robert Gagné, Tim Gernstein, Marie-Thérèse Hokayem, Jane Ishibashi, Jacqueline Karsemeyer, James Knopp, Shanlee Linton, Myreille Loubert, Shannon Marcus, Richard Michaud, Sara Nouini, Claudia Patenaude-Daniels, Bill Petrie, Robert Ryan, Anthony Samchek, Vicki Shannon, Stéphane Vallée, Nicole van Woudenberg, Ravi Vethamany Wes Vickers, Ronna Warsh, Marie-Claude Yaacov

Result

For: 29

Against:0

Abstain: 0

Absent: 7

The Registrar noted that College staff will work with Ministry of Education staff to develop the necessary regulatory amendments to the TQR. The proposed amendments would then be shared with Council for review and approval.

14. Notices of Motion

There were no Notices of Motion.

15. Next Meeting(s) of Council

  • September 27-28, 2017

16. Adjournment

The meeting adjourned at 3:15 p.m.

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