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2020 AGM: 2020-2025 Strategic Plan unveiled
Whitehorse, October 14, 2020 - On October 7, 2020, members of the Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY) met at the Westmark Hotel in Whitehorse to participate in the organization's 38th Annual General Meeting (AGM).
After reviewing the previous year, the AFY presented a new strategic plan for 2020 to 2025, which focuses on four major themes: service continuum and offer of services, community relations, positioning, and organizational capacity. Over the next five years, these broad directions will guide the AFY's future actions and allow it to build its expertise. At the business meeting, the subject of the organization's archives was also addressed, and a management plan will be created to preserve the memory of the organization and the Yukon Francophone community as a whole.
With regard to the Board of Directors, the meeting elected by acclamation Lorraine Taillefer as Vice-President of the AFY and Davy Joly as Secretary Treasurer, for the next two years. Marielle Veilleux was re-elected by acclamation as administrator, and Stephan Poirier was also re-elected as administrator, both for a two-year term, forming the new AFY Board of Directors.
"I am honoured to continue working for the Yukon Francophone community along with people who are committed to defending and representing our community's interests, particularly in these extraordinary times. I am proud of our community and proud of the work accomplished by the AFY," said AFY President Jeanne Beaudoin.
The AFY would like to express its sincere thanks to everyone who traveled as part of their commitment to the Yukon Francophone community.
Association franco-yukonnaise
Official voice and leader in the development of the Yukon French-speaking community since 1982, AFY aims to improve the quality of life of Yukon Francophones.
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Francis Lefebvre
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Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY)
867-668-2663, ext. 332
Merci au ministère du Tourisme et de la Culture du Yukon, à l’Aurore boréale et aux autres organismes et individus qui nous ont permis d’utiliser leurs photos.
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