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Extraordinary General Assembly - February 18th 2015

Dear Hispanotech Member,

On February 18th we will have an Extraordinary General Assembly to vote on a "Special Resolution of Members" amending our governing By-Laws. This is necessary to be in compliance with the new Not-for Profit Act (NFP Act). We are attaching these documents for your review. 

We will also discuss the Objectives for 2015 and share the Calendar of Activities for the year. And, of course, there will be time to network with your fellow Hispanotech members.

The vision of Hispanotech is to be your voice in Canada's technology sector. We welcome all your ideas, suggestions and feedback as they are crucial to make this vision a reality.

Wednesday February 18th, 2015 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Drake International 
320 Bay Street, Suite 1700 (King-Bay)


 6:00-7:00 PM    

- Registration & Networking - Pizza and refreshments

 7:00-8:30 PM:

- Welcome & Introductions

- Hispanotech Mission, Vision, History, Goals

- 2015 Calendar of Events

- Presentation of our new Mentorship Program

- Relationship with our partners: LNBB, PINs - TRIEC

- Vote and approval of the revised By-Law, Articles of Continuance and the Special Resolution of Members

- Members Q&A, Feedback, Challenges - Call for volunteers!

- Adjourn


Don't forget to RSVP by Saturday February 14 by emailing the Secretary at secretary@hispanotech.ca.  

We look forward to seeing you at this, our 2015 kick-off event!

Your Hispanotech Board


April 2010 "Hispanic Heritage Month" - [March 29, 2011]

WHEREAS the Hispanic population is among the fastest growing ethnic groups in the City of Toronto and is committed to preserving its rich culture and traditions.

Hispanic Heritage Month provides our Spanish speaking communities with the opportunity to showcase and share their lively and captivating culture and traditions with Toronto residents and visitors to our city.

In Toronto, we encourage and welcome cultural celebrations of our many cultural groups that work hard to promote and preserve their rich heritage. These celebrations encourage understanding and goodwill and enrich our social and cultural development and the quality of life for many.

NOW THEREFORE, I Mayor David Miller, on behalf of Toronto City Council, do hereby proclaim April 2010 as "Hispanic Heritage Month" in the City of Toronto.

Mayor David Miller


Newcomers form networks to help one another - [Mar 25, 2010]

Newcomers form networks to help one another. Immigrants lack personal contacts, which are a key source of jobs

Noor Javed Staff Reporter. View the article