2019 Annual General Meeting

AGM voters holding up voting cards in auditoriu, AGM 2018

The CUC’s 2019 Annual General Meeting was held on May 11, 2019, in Toronto ON. The items of business conducted included:

– election of the CUC Board of Trustees
– election of the Nominating Committee
– approval of the following resolutions:

  1. Board of Trustees – Change to Bylaw #5
  2. Participation in Meetings: Change to Bylaw #3.9
  3. “Dismantling Racism” Study Group; Action Plan
  4. CUC Goals and Strategic Priorities
  5. Consumer Price Index Increase to Annual Program Contribution
  6. New Method of Calculation for Annual Program Contribution

Related documents: 

Annual Report for 2018
Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Initiative Report 2018-2019
AGM 2018 Minutes

2020 National Annual General Meeting and Conference

The CUC’s National Conference in 2020 will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia from May 15 – 17, 2020. Hosted by the Universalist Unitarian Church of Halifax, the conference promises to have a unique Atlantic flavour.

The theme for Conference 2020 is Making Waves! Building on the imagery of The Ripple Effect, the CUC’s campaign on water and its related environmental issues, this theme encourages and challenges UUs to make waves that practice radical inclusion, challenge the status quo, and push us to remain relevant into the future.

The call for streams and workshops will be issued in the late summer or early fall of 2019. In the meantime, consider volunteering for the conference (because it takes a team to make it happen) and fill in your information here.  Questions about the conference? Email conference@cuc.ca.

2020 National Conference Site

The University of King’s College‘s small campus is home to just over 1,000 students and its intimate atmosphere makes it easy to get around, with only a few minutes between buildings.

Other campus locations and hotels in Halifax were also considered, and after site visits and consultations with the Host Team co-chairs, the University of King’s College location was picked. One of the main reasons for this is cost. Meals and accommodations at hotels are priced at much higher levels, and the planning team felt that a hotel location would make it financially prohibitive for attendees. King’s small campus and competitive pricing make it a realistic choice, with the accommodations costing much less.

King’s campus is wheelchair-friendly, and accessible accommodations are located in Dalhousie University, just a few minutes from King’s. As with previous conferences, CUC will arrange for motorized scooters and wheelchairs to be available. The conference registration form will have a section on accessibility, and the Accessibility Team will be in touch with those who fill in this section.

We hope to see you in Halifax, and that you’ll extend your stay to enjoy all that the city has to offer. Registration will open in early 2020.

A Welcome from the Halifax Host Team

We hope to see you in Halifax, and that you’ll extend your stay to enjoy all that the city has to offer. Registration will open in early 2020.

The Halifax folks wrote a little ditty (based on a song by songwriter, Jim Bennet) to welcome Unitarian Universalists to their city in 2020; the second verse goes like this:

Halifax song lyrics for the 2020 conference

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