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Virtual UTERN 2021 Annual General Meeting

Wednesday March 17th, 2021



  1. Land acknowledgement and introductory comments
  2. UTERN executive introductions
  3. Presentations
  1. Events and Campaigns
  2. Network Executive Liaison
  3. Treasurer Report
  4. Funding Applications
  5. UTM report
  6. UTSC report
  7. Policy Committee
  1. Discussion period
  1. UTERN activities and positions
  2. Constitutional Amendments
  1. Concluding remarks

Reference Documents:

Signed Petition:

Equity Policy: 

Financial Policy:

David Powell’s revisions for constitutional amendments::

*Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year’s AGM was held online via Zoom

 Zoom Access: (Passcode: 450773)

Meeting Notes

Start time: 6:10 pm

End time: 8:50 pm

  1. Land acknowledgement and introductory comments

“We wish to acknowledge that UofT is on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg Peoples, Haudenosaunee Peoples, and The Chippewa Peoples. This territory is the subject of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant.

The Mississauga's of The New Credit are the most recent to call The Greater Toronto Area their home, but we also seek to acknowledge the Petun-Tionontati Peoples, The Huron-Wendat, and The Attiwonderonk Neutral Nations.

Toronto (as it includes Scarborough) and Mississauga are also governed under Treaty 13 (Toronto), The Toronto Purchase of 1805, The Ajetance Treaty 19 of 1808 (Mississauga), Treaties 22 and 23 (Mississauga), along with Treaty 13A (Mississauga). We seek to realign our thinking and efforts to further and center Indigenous causes and movements.”

  1. Presentations
  1. Events and campaigns (Presented by Denelle)
  1. Network Executive Liaison (Presented by Raymond)
  1. Treasurer Report (Presented by Nathan)
  1. Funding applications (Presented by Dorsa)
  1. UTM report (Presented by Coco)
  1. UTSC report (Presented by Leeza)
  1. Policy Committee (Presented by Raymond)
  1. Discussion period
  1. UTERN activities and positions
  1. Constitutional amendments
  1. Concluding remarks