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Take notice that an Annual General Meeting of the members of the Canadian Institute of Management (“CIM”) will be held online at 2:00 PM ET on November 26, 2022 to …
A day to recognize and commemorate the painful history and legacy of Residential Schools in Canada, and its impact on survivors and their families.
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