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March 27th, 2013
March 27th, 2013

Why You Should Participate in AJC's April 2 Annual General Meeting!

The last twelve months were fertile in events for LAs in the federal public service, including the signature of a new collective agreement but the desire of the Government to slash your working conditions remains more than ever. Come and find out what this Government intends to do and what your Association is planning to do to protect your rights.

The AJC has to rely on members who are active and committed. Participation in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the best way to show the Government the level of interest that you have when the time comes to protect your working conditions.

The AGM of the AJC will be held on Tuesday April 2 at 19h00 (DST).  You cannot attend in person? Why not join the meeting with the webcast? The webcast enables you to take an active part in the meeting, vote on the motions and ask questions directly from your office or residence. To register for the webcast, simply click here.

For more information, login to http://ajc-ajj.net/ and click on Annual General Meeting.

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