2009 Car Free Vancouver AGM – September 22nd

Call out for CAR FREE VANCOUVER Annual General Meeting

Tuesday September 22 – 6 pm
(International Car-Free Day)

Location :
The Junction (the park at 15th and Fraser)
The Toast Collective (648 Kingsway)

You are cordially and with a great deal of enthusiasm invited to :::


We will begin with a social potluck picnic in the park (please label your food)
Followed by the business meeting in the Toast Collective (see the agenda below)
The evening will end with films, music, and socializing …

This is your opportunity to celebrate, activate and actualize the vision that has successfully brought the city on side with the CAR FREE meme.

It is our opportunity to get down to business and keep strengthening the infrastructure needed for this kind of work ::

-By attending you will automatically become a member of the Society… how wonderful!!
-You will be able to vote in new Directors for the Society, to join the team rising up to the car-free, DIY ethos. (FYI: The ‘board’ is the small group of folks who help weave all the ideas, festivals and actions into a tangible presence, which can be used to lobby government and affect systemic change.)


6:00 PM ****PRE MEETING POTLUCK (please bring your own plate and cutlery !)
7:00PM – Member Registration
7:15PM – Introductions and Opening Remarks
7:30PM – Report from the Board and Treasurer`s Report
7:45PM – Board Candidate Speeches followed by Membership Open Floor
8:15PM – Secret Ballot Vote by Membership
8:30PM – Vote Results and Closing Remarks

Please come…! Please come!!

Tuesday September 22

Location :

6pm – The green island with the stand of flags and the big beautiful tree at the Junction of 15th/Fraser/Kingsway
7pm – The Toast Collective 648 Kingsway

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One Response to 2009 Car Free Vancouver AGM – September 22nd

  1. Jett Alvir says:


    I noticed that you are not listed in the wiki site for participating cities in Canada.

    Now I know that many people take wiki with a grain of sand, but the official Car-free day website approves the wiki site info.

    I am from Toronto and I participate in this event often, and I want to increase the awareness of our carbon footprint. I was hoping someone could post Vancouver’s CFD events on wiki.


    Jett Alvir

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