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Minutes of the Council Meeting of the Ontario College of Teachers held on June 12-13, 2008 in the Council Chambers, 6th Floor, 121 Bloor Street East, Toronto

Table of Contents

1. Call to Order/Welcome

2. Agenda

3. Conflict of Interest

4. Minutes

5. Business Arising

6. Registrar’s Report

7. Chair’s Report

8. Committee Reports

9. New Business

10. Committee Reports (Continued)

11. Correspondence

12. New Business (Continued)

13. Committee Reports (Continued)

14. New Business (Continued)

15. Notices of Motion

16. Next Meeting of Council

17. Adjournment

Session 1: Thursday, June 12, 2008

Present: Danny Anckle, Madhu Bhardwaj, Gabrielle Blais, Paul Brazeau, Don Cattani (Chair), Brian Doubleday, Cynthia Farrar, Dean Favero, Laura Featherstone, Rosemary Fontaine, Nick Forte, Helen Fox (until 3:00 p.m.), Mel Greif, Brent Hamelin, Gordon Hough, Garry Humphreys, Annilee Jarvis (Vice-Chair), Peter Joong, Bill Kirkwood, Rollande Lavictoire, Anne Marie Levesque, Heather Nagy, Jacques Pavesi, Ruth Ann Penny (until 3:00 p.m.), Tanya Roberts, Susan Robertson, Pauline Smart, Tianna Travaglini-Babic, Jacques Tremblay, John Tucker, Henry Tyndorf (until 3:00 p.m.), Don Watson (until 3:00 p.m.), Hanno Weinberger, John Wells, Sharon Young Kipp, Brian P. McGowan (Registrar)

Regrets: Bill Matheson

Presiding Officers: Bob Boyle, Peter Lipman

Staff: Margaret Aubé, Kim Bauer, Francine Dutrisac, Myrtle Herzenberg, Joe Jamieson, Richard Lewko, Charlie Morrison, Katherin Platt, Lise Roy-Kolbusz (Deputy Registrar), Michael Salvatori, Carol Vinette-Hancharyk (from 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.), Linda Zaks-Walker

1. Call to Order/Welcome

The Presiding Officer, Peter Lipman, called the meeting to order at 1:05 p.m. and welcomed all present.

The Chair welcomed Madhu Bhardwaj to the meeting and congratulated her on her appointment to Council.

The Presiding Officer noted the documents distributed at the meeting.

It was noted that Annilee Jarvis and John Tucker comprised the Steering Committee.

2. Agenda (GC20080612-79)

The Presiding Officer noted the additional correspondence item to be added to the agenda under Correspondence: 9.5 Letter from the Minister of Education to the Chair of Council re proposed amendments to Reg. 309/90, Supervisory Officers, in relation to Reg. 184/97, Teachers’ Qualifications (GC20080612-125).

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That the Agenda for the June 12-13, 2008 Council meeting be approved as amended.

3. Conflict of Interest

No conflicts were declared.

4. Minutes

4.1 Meeting, March 27-28, 2008 (GC20080612-80)

The Presiding Officer noted that the Minutes had been corrected because of the misspelling of Nick Forte’s name on page 14 of the Minutes.

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on March 27-28, 2008 be approved as corrected.

4.2 Meeting, In Camera Session, March 27, 2008 (GC20080612-82C)

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That the Minutes of the in camera session of the Council Meeting held on March 27, 2008 be approved.

5. Business Arising

5.1 Ad Hoc Committee on a Strategy to Enhance the Quality of College Relationships with College Members and College Partners — Update (GC20080612-83)

The report of the Ad Hoc Committee on a Strategy to Enhance the Quality of College Relationships with College Members and College Partners was received. Hanno Weinberger, Chair, spoke to the report and requested that surveys from committee chairs and council members be submitted to Katherin Platt by the end of the following day.

6. Registrar’s Report

6.1 Report (GC20080612-84)

The Registrar’s Report was received. The Registrar, Brian P. McGowan, spoke to the report and answered questions.

The Registrar informed Council that a new Information Technology Manager, Rogelio Salvador, had been appointed effective May 5, 2008 to replace Devon Stutt, who had passed away.

The Registrar advised Council that there would be a rotation of directors of the College as follows, effective July 1, 2008: Michael Salvatori would become the Director of the Standards of Practice and Accreditation Department; Joe Jamieson would head the Investigations and Hearings Department, and Linda Zaks-Walker the Client Services Department.

The Registrar informed Council that Michael Salvatori, Director of Membership Services, would be leaving the College as of August 22, 2008 to accept an academic position of Assistant Professor at Glendon College, York University.

The Registrar spoke to his fiduciary responsibilities under the College’s Act and Regulations and Oath of Office.

6.2 Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR) Policy Framework - Update (GC20080612-85)

The Report to Council Summarizing the Initial Findings from the Consultation about establishing a Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition Policy Framework was received. The Registrar provided an update on the report.

6.3 Mutual Recognition Agreement - Update

The Registrar provided an update relating to the Mutual Recognition Agreement and noted that the agreement would come into effect as of April 1, 2009.

6.4 2008 Review and Update of Budget Initiatives (GC20080612-86)

The Deputy Registrar spoke to the 2008 Review and Update of Budget Initiatives.

A question and answer session followed the presentation of the Registrar’s Report.

7. Chair’s Report

7.1 Report (GC20080612-87, revised)

The report of the Chair was received. The Chair, Don Cattani, spoke to the report and answered questions.

8. Committee Reports

8.1 Executive Committee (GC20080612-88)

The Executive Committee report was received. The Chair, Don Cattani, spoke to the report. The Chair informed Council members that a Special Meeting of the Executive had taken place prior to the Council meeting to consider the report of the Public Interest Committee. He noted that the Executive Committee would recommend to Council that no funding be provided for the third phase of the Public Interest Committee’s work plan for 2009. A question and answer session followed.

8.2 Investigation Committee (GC20080612-89, -90)

The reports of the Investigation Committee were received. The Chair, Paul Brazeau, spoke to the reports and noted that the committee would meet after the recess of Council to consider the committee’s budget for 2009.

8.3 Discipline Committee (GC20080612-91)

The report of the Discipline Committee was received. The Chair, Jacques Tremblay, spoke to the report and answered questions. He thanked Linda Zaks-Walker for the work she had done for the committee and wished her well in her new appointment.

8.4 Fitness to Practise Committee (GC20080612-92)

The report of the Fitness to Practise Committee was received. The Chair, Rosemary Fontaine, spoke to the report. She thanked Linda Zaks-Walker for the work she had done for the committee and wished her well in her new appointment.

8.5 Registration Appeals Committee (GC20080612-93)

The report of the Registration Appeals Committee was received. The Chair, Dean Favero, spoke to the report and answered questions. He thanked Michael Salvatori for the work he had done for the committee and wished him well in his new appointment.

8.6 Standards of Practice and Education Committee (GC20080612-96, -97)

The reports of the Standards of Practice and Education Committee were received. The Chair, Nick Forte, spoke to the reports.

8.7 Finance Committee (GC20080612-94C, -95C) (Timed Item: June 12, 2008, 3:30 p.m.)

Bob Boyle assumed the role of Presiding Officer. He noted that a request had been received to amend the agenda so that Item 8.8 Report of the Accreditation Committee be dealt with as a timed item at 9:00 a.m. the following day. In addition, a request had been received to have the meeting recess at 5:00 p.m. instead of 5:30 p.m. to allow reading time of the Report of the Public Interest Committee.

It was moved by Annilee Jarvis, seconded by Jacques Tremblay, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve amending the Agenda to include item 8.8 Report of the Accreditation Committee, as the first item on the Agenda, June 13, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. and that the meeting adjourn at 5:00 p.m. on June 12, 2008 to allow for reading time of the Report of the Public Interest Committee.

The Registrar noted the reasons Council would be considering the Finance Committee Report in camera. He noted further that Section 8(3)(d) of the Act allowed for matters to be dealt with in camera if they related to the discussion of property transactions.

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That Pursuant to section 8(3)(d) of the Act Council move into an in camera session with members of Council, the Presiding Officers and staff present.

Council moved into an in camera session at 3:30 p.m.

Council moved out of the in camera session at 3:50 p.m.

The Chair of the Finance Committee, John Tucker, advised Council that the following motion had been passed during the in camera session:

  1. That Council approve that all options, including lease, purchase, design and build, remain open for consideration, as the College begins its facility search activities by the summer of 2008.

  2. That Council approve that the purchase alternative is the preferred option.

  3. That Council recommend that the Finance Committee conduct a semi-annual review of market conditions and validate the assumptions of leasing, purchase, design and build underlying the College’s facility planning strategy.

  4. That Council recommend that the College will only proceed with an early purchase in 2009 or earlier provided an excellent opportunity arises and the College can discharge its current lease obligation at 121 Bloor Street East at minimal cost.

  5. That Council approve funding the $4 million projected shortfall on the down payment in order to provide appropriate capital funding for a building purchase or design/build, through the following:

    • transfer of $1,315,000 from the Reserve for Fee Stabilization to the Reserve for Stabilization of Facility Costs at the 2008 year end,
    • add $213,000 per year for the next 4 years to the Reserve for Stabilization of Facility Costs by allocating $1.00 of the Member fee effective fiscal year 2009 and,
    • draw $1,833,000 from the College line of credit for a period of approximately three months in 2012.

The Chair, John Tucker, invited Council members to attend at least one of the pre-budget briefing sessions on July 23rd; August 7th and August 20th relating to the 2009 budget.

8.8 Standards of Practice and Education Committee (GC20080612-96, -97) (Continued)

Nick Forte, Chair, Standards of Practice and Education Committee, answered questions to his reports to Council.

8.9 Accreditation Appeal Committee (GC20080612-102)

The report of the Accreditation Appeal Committee was received. The Chair, Brian Doubleday, spoke to the report. He welcomed two new committee members, Pauline Smart and Susan Robertson, to the committee.

8.10 Human Resources Committee (GC20080612-103, -104C, -105C)

The Chair, Paul Brazeau, spoke to the Report of the Human Resources Committee that dealt with their April 8, 2008 meeting.

The Registrar noted that the Supplementary Report of the Human Resources Committee would be dealt with in camera as it dealt with personnel issues.

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That Pursuant to section 8(3)(d) of the Act Council move into an in camera session with members of Council, the Presiding Officers and staff present.

Council moved into an in camera session at 4:00 p.m.

Council moved out of the in camera session at 5:05 p.m. and recessed at that time.

Session 2: Friday: June 13, 2008

Present: Danny Anckle, Madhu Bhardwaj, Paul Brazeau, Don Cattani (Chair) (recused himself from meeting from 11:30 a.m. until 11:50 a.m.), Brian Doubleday, Cynthia Farrar, Dean Favero, Laura Featherstone, Rosemary Fontaine, Nick Forte, Helen Fox, Mel Greif, Brent Hamelin, Gordon Hough, Garry Humphreys, Annilee Jarvis (Vice-Chair), Peter Joong, Bill Kirkwood, Rollande Lavictoire, Anne Marie Levesque, Heather Nagy, Jacques Pavesi, Ruth Ann Penny, Tanya Roberts, Susan Robertson, Pauline Smart, Tianna Travaglini-Babic, Jacques Tremblay, John Tucker, Henry Tyndorf, Don Watson, Hanno Weinberger, John Wells, Sharon Young Kipp, Brian P. McGowan (Registrar)

Regrets: Gabrielle Blais, Bill Matheson

Guests: Gail Lilley, Chair, Public Interest Committee (from 10:00 a.m. to 10:10 a.m.), Member of the Public Interest Committee, Anne Secord, Public Interest Committee (from 10:00 a.m. to 10:10 a.m.)

Presiding Officers: Bob Boyle, Peter Lipman

Staff: Margaret Aubé, Kim Bauer, Francine Dutrisac, Myrtle Herzenberg, Joe Jamieson, Richard Lewko, Charlie Morrison, Katherin Platt, Lise Roy-Kolbusz (Deputy Registrar), Michael Salvatori, Linda Zaks-Walker

The meeting resumed at 9:05 a.m.

Peter Lipman assumed the role of Presiding Officer.

8.10 Human Resources Committee (GC20080612-103, -104C, -105C) (Continued)

The Presiding Officer reported that the following motion had been passed during an in camera session at the previous day’s Council meeting:

That Council approve the Investigations and Hearings Department Staffing Plan as outlined in document GC20080611-104C, attachment 1 (page 6) with the following implementation schedule:

  • September 1, 2008
    - Two Investigator positions, Investigations Unit
    - One Bilingual Dispute Resolution Officer position, Intake and Hearings Unit
  • January 1, 2009
    - One Administrative Assistant position, Investigations Unit
    - One Bilingual Hearings Assistant position, Intake and Hearings Unit.

It was also noted that a recorded vote had been requested and that the results of that vote were as follows: For: 17; Against: 8; Abstentions: 6.

8.11 Accreditation Committee (GC20080612-98, -99, -100C, -101)

The reports of the Accreditation Committee were received. The Chair, Gord Hough, spoke to the reports and answered questions. He thanked staff and the committee for the work they had done in preparing the report on the Review of Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs. He thanked Joe Jamieson for the work he had done for the committee and wished him well in his new appointment.

It was moved by Gord Hough, Chair, Accreditation Committee, “That Council approve the report, Review of Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs (GC20080612-100C, attachment 1), to be submitted to the Minister of Education and to the providers as identified in Section 47 of Regulation 347/02.”

It was moved by Jacques Tremblay, seconded by Dean Favero, and

CARRIED,

That Council move into Committee of the Whole for up to 30 minutes to discuss Recommendation 3 and Recommendation 8 on page 22 of the Review of Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs.

It was agreed to add the words “at least” before the words “two” to recommendation 3 on page 30 of the Review of Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs (GC20080612-100C) as a friendly amendment to read:

That Council approve that Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs, be amended to reduce the number of required members for an accreditation panel from six members to at least five members, and by reducing the number of Council members from three to at least two.

It was moved by John Tucker, seconded by Don Watson, and

CARRIED,

That the question be put re Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs.

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

CARRIED,

That Council approve the report, Review of Regulation 347/02, Accreditation of Teacher Education Programs (GC20080612-100C, attachment 1), to be submitted to the Minister of Education and to the providers as identified in Section 47 of Regulation 347/02, as amended.

Jacques Tremblay requested a recorded vote:

Recorded Vote:

For

Against

Danny Anckle

Jacques Tremblay

Paul Brazeau

Hanno Weinberger

Don Cattani

Brian Doubleday

Cynthia Farrar

Dean Favero

Laura Featherstone

Rosemary Fontaine

Nick Forte

Helen Fox

Mel Greif

Brent Hamelin

Gord Hough

Garry Humphreys

Annilee Jarvis

Peter Joong

William (Bill) Kirkwood

Rollande Lavictoire

Anne Marie Levesque

Heather Nagy

Jacques Pavesi

Ruth Ann Penny

Tanya Roberts

Susan Robertson

Pauline Smart

Tianna Travaglini-Babic

John Tucker

Henry Tyndorf

Don Watson

John Wells

Sharon Young Kipp

For: 31

Against: 2

Abstain: 1

9. New Business

9.1 Report of the Public Interest Committee (GC20080612-116)

The Chair welcomed Gail Lilley and Anne Secord, members of the Public Interest Committee to the meeting.

The report of the Public Interest Committee was received. The Chair, Gail Lilley, spoke to the report and answered questions.

It was moved by Don Watson, seconded by Dean Favero, and

CARRIED,

That the following motion be considered at this time:

That Council approve that no allocation of funds be provided to the Public Interest Committee for phase three of the committee’s workplan in the 2009 budget year.

It was moved by Don Watson, seconded by Dean Favero, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that no allocation of funds be provided to the Public Interest Committee for phase three of the committee’s workplan in the 2009 budget year.

10. Committee Reports (Continued)

10.1 Editorial Board (GC20080612-106, -126C)

The report of the Editorial Board was received. The Chair, Annilee Jarvis, spoke to the report and answered questions.

A copy of the Draft Member Survey Proposal to be undertaken by COMPAS Inc. in July 2008 was distributed to Council members. Topics in the survey included: Professional Designation, Professional Advisories, Additional Qualifications, Facility and Environmental Priorities and Annual Membership Renewal.

The Chair requested Council members to review the questions and provide her with written recommendations and feedback.

10.2 Election Committee (GC20080612-107)

The report of the Election Committee was received. The Chair, Tanya Roberts, spoke to the report and answered questions.

10.3 Quality Assurance Committee (GC20080612-110)

The report of the Quality Assurance Committee was received. The Chair, Sharon Young Kipp, spoke to the report and answered questions.

11. Correspondence (GC20080612-111, -112, -113, -114, -125, 127)

The following items of correspondence were received for information:

  • Letter to the Minister of Education from the Chair of Council re Appointed Council Member Vacancies (GC20080612-111)
  • Letter to the Minister of Education from the Chair of Council and the Registrar re Fair Registration Practices Regulation Development (GC20080612-112)
  • Letter to Charles Pascal from the Chair of Council re Consultation on Full-day Kindergarten (GC20080612-113)
  • Letter to the Chair from the Ontario Principal’s Council, Association des directions et directions adjointes des écoles franco-ontariennes and the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario re Peer Review for Principals, Vice-Principals, Superintendents, Directors and the Chair’s Response (GC20080612-114)
  • Letter from the Minister of Education to the Chair of Council re proposed amendments to Reg. 309/90, Supervisory Officers, in relation to Reg. 184/97, Teachers’ Qualifications (GC20080612-125)

Copies of the following document were distributed to Council members:

  • Legislative Jurisdictions and Qualifications for Supervisory Officers and Directors of Education — side-by-side (GC20080612-127)

The Registrar spoke to the Legislative Jurisdictions and Qualifications for Supervisory Officers and Directors of Education. He noted that the Minister of Education had advised the Chair that amendments to Regulation 309/90, Supervisory Officers would be proposed, and consequently amendments to Regulation 184/97, Teachers’ Qualifications, would be required to complement the proposed amendments to Regulation 309. The Registrar advised Council that this item would be discussed at the September 25-26, 2008 Council meeting.

The Chair of Council, Don Cattani, recused himself from the meeting at this time.

12. New Business (Continued)

12.1 Bylaws - Proposed Amendments re Section 6 and Section 7 — Special Committees re Selection of Ad Hoc Committee Members (GC20080612-115)

Laura Featherstone, Chair, Nomination Committee spoke to this item and answered questions.

It was moved by Laura Featherstone, Chair, Nomination Committee, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that Section 6 — Special Committees and Section 7 — Committee Vacancies of the College Bylaws be amended as follows:

  1. The title of section 6 be amended by addition to read “Special and Ad Hoc Committees”.

  2. That section 6.01 be amended by the addition of a new subsection to read: 6.01(e) any other special or ad hoc committee created by Council motion.

  3. That subsection 6.04 (d) (ii) be amended by the addition of “the Executive Committee or” following the words “recommendations to”.

  4. That section 6.06 be amended by the addition of the words “and ad hoc” following the word “special” in each instance.

  5. That the following sections 6.07, 6.08, 6.09, 6.10, 6.11, 6.12, 6.13, 6.14, 6.15 and 6.16 be amended by the addition of the words “or ad hoc” following the word “special” in each instance.

  6. That the following sections 7.01, 7.04, 7.05, 7.06, 7.07 and 7.09 be amended by the addition of the words “or ad hoc” following the word “special” in each instance.

  7. That subsections 7.09 (a), 7.09 (b) and 7.09 (c) be amended by the addition of the word “Nomination and” prior to the words “Executive Committee” in each instance.

(See attachment 1 for amendments to Bylaws, Section 6 and 7.)

13. Committee Reports (Continued)

13.1 Nomination Committee (GC20080612-108, -109) (Timed Item: Immediately following Item 10.1)

The reports of the Nomination Committee were received. The Chair, Laura Featherstone, spoke to the reports and answered questions.

It was moved by Laura Featherstone, Chair, Nomination Committee, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve the Protocol for the appointment of members to an Ad Hoc Committee of Council as outlined in document GC20080612-108, attachment 1.

14. New Business (Continued)

14.1 Council Member Computer Policy (GC20080612-117, -118)

The Director of Corporate and Council Services, Richard Lewko, spoke to the proposed amendment to the Guidelines for the Provision of Personal Computers for Council Members which related to the acquisition of energy efficient hardware, and answered questions.

It was moved by Steering, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve the amendments to the Guidelines for the Provision of Personal Computers for Council Members to provide for the purchase of environmentally friendly computer hardware, as outlined in document GC20080612-117.

14.2 Regulation Development re Committee Panel Composition (Henry Tyndorf) (GC20080612-119)

Bob Boyle assumed the role of Presiding Officer.

It was moved by Henry Tyndorf, seconded by Helen Fox, “That Council approve the development of a regulation requiring that all panels of the Investigation, Discipline or Fitness to Practise committees established to hear matters involving principals or vice-principals be required to include a principal or vice-principal on the panel.

It was moved by Paul Brazeau, seconded by Nick Forte, and

CARRIED,

That the question be put re the Regulation Development for Committee Panel Composition.

A vote was taken on the main motion, but it was

LOST,

That Council approve the development of a regulation requiring that all panels of the Investigation, Discipline or Fitness to Practise committees established to hear matters involving principals or vice-principals be required to include a principal or vice-principal on the panel.

14.3 Committees of Council

It was moved by Sharon Young Kipp, seconded by Pauline Smart, and

CARRIED,

That Council consider the following motion at this time:

That Council approve that all committees be requested to submit input to the Quality Assurance Committee to assist in examining the concept of Council committees, and that the Quality Assurance Committee report to the March 2009 Council meeting.

It was moved by Sharon Young Kipp, seconded by Pauline Smart, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that all committees be requested to submit input to the Quality Assurance Committee to assist in examining the concept of Council committees, and that the Quality Assurance Committee report to the March 2009 Council meeting.

14.4 College Surveys

It was moved by Sharon Young Kipp, seconded by Pauline Smart, and

CARRIED,

That Council consider the following motion at this time:

That Council approve that when the College of Teachers is developing surveys of the membership:

a) all committees will have the opportunity to provide input on questions that are the purview of the committee;

b) Council will see the final survey questions prior to the survey being sent to the field.

It was moved by Sharon Young Kipp, seconded by Pauline Smart, and

CARRIED,

That Council approve that when the College of Teachers is developing surveys of the membership:

a) all committees will have the opportunity to provide input on questions that are the purview of the committee;

b) Council will see the final survey questions prior to the survey being sent to the field.

It was noted that the above recommendation did not include the Transition to Teaching surveys but related strictly to the work of committees.

14.5 2008 CAPSLE Conference (GC20080612-121)

Gord Hough spoke to his attendance at the 2008 CAPSLE Conference. He thanked Lise Roy-Kolbusz and Tan Crombie for their presentations to the conference.

It was noted that the for information item: Today and Tomorrow: The Law as Friend or Foe - Regulating the Regulators CAPSLE 2008 (GC20080612-121) contained information relating to the College’s presentation to the 2008 CAPSLE conference.

15. Notices of Motion

The following Notice of Motion was read into the Minutes for consideration at the September 25-26, 2008 Council Meeting:

15.1 Council and Registrar — Performance Review

Moved by Don Watson, seconded by Bill Matheson:

That Council carry out its regular responsibility for self-reflection through a formative review of the performance of both Council and the Registrar by appointing a five member ad hoc committee to undertake the responsibility and providing the committee with expert assistance and the funding for that assistance.

16. Next Meeting of Council

  • September 25-26, 2008

17. Adjournment

The Chair noted that a Special Meeting of the Executive Committee would take place immediately following adjournment of the Council Meeting.

The Chair advised Council that Rollande Lavictoire would not be renewing her Council membership at the end of June. He thanked her for her service to Council and to the teaching profession.

The Chair thanked Michael Salvatori, Director of Client Services, for his contributions to the College and wished him well in his new position at Glendon College, York University.

The meeting adjourned at 1:50 p.m.

Signed: Chair, Don Cattani

Signed: Registrar, Brian P. McGowan

Dated:

Dated:

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