Annual General Meeting – February 1

Champlain Park Community Association Annual General Meeting

Tuesday, February 1, 2022, 7:00 PM

Virtual Meeting by Zoom

To attend the meeting please register at this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_daEgrV3MRdeR86w9hkV0WA

Everybody Welcome

Nominations

If anyone is interested in running for a position on the CPCA board, please contact Lynne Bankier via champlainpark@gmail.com.

Executive Officers

Co-Chair Lynne Bankier champlainpark@gmail.com
Co-Chair Heather Pearl hptek20@teksavvy.com
Vice-chair Vacant
Secretary Liz Gyalokay champlainpark@gmail.com
Treasurer Dave Harding champlainpark@gmail.com

Board Members

Most of the following positions are Committee Coordinators:

FCA Representative Richard Lochead rlochead@sympatico.ca
Communications Carol Arnason arnasoncarol@gmail.com
Environment Kris Phillips kriscpca@gmail.com
Fieldhouse Laurie Fagan lauriefagan59@gmail.com
Membership Jennie Hornosty Jennie.Hornosty@gmail.com
Planning and Zoning Heather Pearl hptek20@teksavvy.com
Social Convenor Nick Xenos chparkevents@yahoo.com
Member at Large Michael Cheng cheng12@sympatico.ca
Member at Large Josh Bizjak tjbizjak@gmail.com
Member at Large Vacant

Agenda

  1. Chair: Nick Xenos
  2. Guest Speaker: David Wise, City of Ottawa, Planner and Program Manager, Zoning Unit (30 minutes)
  3. Financial Report from CPCA Finance Committee: Dave Harding (10 minutes)
  4. Election of Board for 2022: Nick Xenos (10 minutes)
  5. Report from City Councillor: Jeff Leiper (30 minutes)
  6. Business Items:
    1. Approval of minutes of previous AGM 27 Jan 2021: Liz Gyalokay (2 minutes, see Minutes.pdf)
    2. Reports from the 20-21 Board (5 minutes each)
      1. Planning and Zoning – Heather Pearl (P&Z Report.pdf, Climate Change.pdf)
      2. Environment – Kris Phillips (Environment Recap.pdf)
      3. Rink Update – Dan Wilcock
      4. Communications – Carol Arnason
      5. Membership – Jennie Hornosty
      6. Social – Nick Xenos
      7. Civic Engagement – Roland Dorsay
      8. Thanks to departing board members – Nick Xenos
    3. Call for volunteers – Lynne Bankier (5 minutes)
    4. Other Business
    5. Adjournment

Poster

[Poster for the Annual General Meeting]
AGM Poster 2022.pdf

Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Nominations

Subject: Leading Women/Leading Girls, Building Communities 2017 Nominations OPEN
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2016 15:45:59 +0000
From: Yasir Naqvi, MPP (Constituency Office) <ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org>

Dear friends,

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Leading Women/Leading Girls, Building Communities Recognition Awards! This award acknowledges and celebrates women and girls who demonstrate exceptional leadership in working to improve the lives of others in their communities.

Eligibility Criteria:

Leading Women:

Nominees must be 18 year of age or older at the time of nomination and have not received this award in the past. Nominees who have received a Leading Girls Award may be nominated for the Leading Women Award if they have different accomplishments.

Nominees must have demonstrated exceptional community leadership to improve the lives of others and have made substantial contributions through volunteer work.

Nominees must have worked to improve the lives of others in one of the following ways:

  • supporting the participation of women from diverse cultural communities in social and economic community life;
  • taking initiative to foster communities where women and children can live free from violence;
  • promoting women’s and girls’ health and well-being through education, community services and/or research;
  • providing young women with mentoring, guidance, coaching and opportunities for self-improvement;
  • supporting women’s participation in their chosen field or endeavouring to remove barriers in the workplace or field of work; or,
  • encouraging women to participate in any part of public or community service.

Leading Girls:

Nominees must be under 18 year of age at the time of nomination and not have been nominated in the past.

Nominees must have demonstrated exceptional community leadership to improve the lives of others and have made substantial contributions through volunteer work.

Nominees must have worked to improve the lives of others in one of the following ways:

  • breaking down barriers and encouraging girls to get involved in careers where women are underrepresented;
  • actively promoting issues such as equality, diversity, healthy equal relationships, preventing violence against women and reducing racism and discrimination;
  • encouraging girls to participate in any part of public or community service; or,
  • mentoring, coaching, leading events or organizations and being a leader for women and girls in their communities.

Nomination Instructions:

A nomination form is attached to this email. This form needs to have supporting documents attached and both Section A and B completed, including:

  • nominee information;
  • MPP information; and,
  • Two Letters of Support: the letters must be unique to each nominee and must address the three questions listed in Section B of the nomination form. Letters may be submitted by a community leader, mentor, employer, or another individual who has experience volunteering with the nominee. Letters of support from family members are not valid in this case.

Deadline:

We will be accepting nominations until January 13, 2017. Please send this form and the attached supporting documents to my Community Office by email at ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org or by mail to:

109 Catherine Street
Ottawa, ON K2P 0P4

We need the leadership of women and girls to build a fair and equitable society. This award celebrates women and girls whose hard work and contributions inspire others. As the Member of Provincial Parliament for Ottawa Centre, I am pleased to be able to honour exceptional women and girls in our community. Think about the women and girls you know who are enacting positive change and consider nominating them for next year’s award. I look forward to hearing from you about the women and girls in Ottawa Centre who are making a difference.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to my Community Office at ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org or 613-722-6414.

Sincerely,

Yasir

Yasir Naqvi, MPP
Ottawa Centre

leading-women-leading-girls-nomination-form-03112016103637.pdf


Subject: REMINDER: Leading Women/Leading Girls, Building Communities 2017 Nominations
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 19:54:08 +0000
From: Yasir Naqvi, MPP (Constituency Office) <ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org>

Dear Friends,

I am writing to let you know that the deadline for the Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards is closing in. We want to ensure that all the contributions of women and girls in our community get recognized and celebrated!

The nomination deadline has been extended to this coming Monday, January 16, 2017 for the enormously successful program.

In our community of Ottawa Centre, 138 women and girls have been recognized with this award since its launch in 2006! Past winners include women who have made a positive difference in their communities by acting as a positive role model, encouraging girls to get involved in non-traditional careers, and championing issues such as financial security, diversity and healthy relationships.

There are so many women and girls whose leadership and actions are improving the lives of others and setting a good example. I encourage you to take this opportunity to recognize their efforts.

To nominate someone, simply fill out the attached form, answer three short questions about the nominee, and attach two letters of support. These letters must be unique to each nominee and should indicate how the nominee’s work has improved the lives of others. Letters may be submitted by a community leader, mentor, employer, or another individual who has experience volunteering with the nominee.

Applications must be submitted to my office by Monday, January 16, 2017 so that I can submit them to the Ontario Women’s Directorate in time. If you have any questions, or need any help completing your application, please do not hesitate to contact my Community Office.

Recognizing women and girls who are helping to build stronger communities is part of Ontario government’s plan to build a successful, compassionate and united province where everyone has the opportunity to connect, contribute and enjoy a high quality of life.

Sincerely,

Yasir‎

Yasir Naqvi, MPP

Ottawa Centre

Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Recognition Program – Reminder

See the previous post for more information and the forms.


From: ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org
Subject: REMINDER: Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Recognition Program
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2015 20:56:06 +0000

Dear Friends,

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Recognition Program which celebrates the achievements of women and girls who demonstrate exceptional leadership in working to improve the lives of others in their communities.

Over the last several years, 110 women from our community of Ottawa Centre have received this award, more than anywhere else in the province! We all know women and girls in our community whose leadership helps improve the lives of others. I encourage you to take this opportunity to recognize their contributions and applaud their successes.

To nominate someone, simply fill out the attached form, answer three short questions about the nominee, and attach three letters of support. These letters must be unique to each nominee and should indicate how the nominee’s work has improved the lives of others. Letters may be submitted by a community leader, mentor, employer, or another individual who has experience volunteering with the nominee.

Applications must be submitted to my office by January 14, 2015, so that I can submit them to the Ontario Women’s Directorate in advance of the deadline. If you have any questions, or need any help completing your application, please do not hesitate to contact my Community Office.

Sincerely,

Yasir

Yasir Naqvi, MPP
Ottawa Centre

LeadingWomenNominationForm_EN.jpeg

Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Recognition Program

From: ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org
Sent: 25/11/2014 4:30:33 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Recognition Program

Dear Friends,

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Recognition Program which celebrates the achievements of women and girls who demonstrate exceptional leadership in working to improve the lives of others in their communities.

Over the last several years, 110 women from our community of Ottawa Centre have received this award, more than anywhere else in the province! We all know women and girls in our community whose leadership helps improve the lives of others. I encourage you to take this opportunity to recognize their contributions and applaud their successes.

To nominate someone, simply fill out the attached form, answer three short questions about the nominee, and attach three letters of support. These letters must be unique to each nominee and should indicate how the nominee’s work has improved the lives of others. Letters may be submitted by a community leader, mentor, employer, or another individual who has experience volunteering with the nominee.

Applications must be submitted to my office by January 14, 2015, so that I can submit them to the Ontario Women’s Directorate in advance of the deadline. If you have any questions, or need any help completing your application, please do not hesitate to contact my Community Office.

Sincerely,

Yasir

Yasir Naqvi, MPP
Ottawa Centre

LeadingWomenNominationForm_EN.pdf
LeadingWomenNominationForm_FR.pdf

LeadingWomenNominationForm_EN.jpeg

Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards – Forms

As previously mentioned Ontario is looking for nominations.


From: ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org
Sent: 12/12/2013 11:51:27 A.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: Reminder! Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards

Dear Friends,

Don’t forget that nominations are currently open for the Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards. This is an extraordinary opportunity to celebrate someone you know who goes out of her way to make a difference in our community.

The nomination forms are attached, and must be received by my Community Office no later than January 10, 2014. If you need any additional information, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Sincerely,

Yasir

Yasir Naqvi, MPP
Ottawa Centre

LeadingGirlsNominationForm-EN.pdf
LeadingWomenNominationForm-EN.pdf

LeadingGirlsNominationForm-EN.jpeg

Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards

From: ynaqvi.mpp.co@liberal.ola.org
Subject: Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2013 15:25:03 +0000

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to let you know that Ontario is kicking off its annual awards program that celebrates the contributions of women and girls in communities across the province.

Nominations are now open for Ontario’s Leading Women/Leading Girls Building Communities Awards. This has been an enormously successful program in our community. In Ottawa Centre, 92 women and girls have been recognized with this award since its launch in 2006, more than anywhere else in the province! Past winners include women who have made a positive difference in their communities by acting as a positive role model, encouraging girls to get involved in non-traditional careers, and championing issues such as financial security, diversity and healthy relationships.

There are so many women and girls whose leadership and actions are improving the lives of others and setting a good example. I encourage you to take this opportunity to recognize their efforts.

To nominate someone, simply fill out the attached form, answer three short questions about the nominee, and attach three letters of support. These letters must be unique to each nominee and should indicate how the nominee’s work has improved the lives of others. Letters may be submitted by a community leader, mentor, employer, or another individual who has experience volunteering with the nominee.

Applications must be submitted to my office by January 10, 2014, so that I can submit them to the Ontario Women’s Directorate in time. If you have any questions, or need any help completing your application, please do not hesitate to contact my Community Office.

Recognizing women and girls who are helping to build stronger communities is part of the new Ontario government’s plan to build a successful, compassionate and united province where everyone has the opportunity to connect, contribute and enjoy a high quality of life.

Sincerely,

Yasir

Yasir Naqvi, MPP
Ottawa Centre