Notice of Annual General Meeting

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the members of the Amherst Island Community Alliance will be held on April 11th, 2021, commencing at 2 PM. In light of the current COVID situation, the meeting shall be conducted via Zoom and members will be able to vote on the various motions at the meeting. Members must register prior to the meeting in order to receive the meeting link and to vote by going to:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email and the link to join the meeting. If you are unable to attend but wish to exercise your vote, you may do so by requesting a proxy from the Secretary and returning it to her prior to the start of the meeting. She may be contacted at


  1. Report of the Chair on the operations of the Alliance
  2. Report of the Treasurer on the finances of the Corporation
    • MOTION: That the report of the Treasurer be received.
  3. Election of Directors
    • MOTION: That Christie Alexander, Kirk Corkery, John Dauvergne, Stephane Levac and Molly Stroyman be elected as Directors to serve until the next AGM.
  4. Election of Auditors for the coming year
    • MOTION: That Lorna Willis and Carrie Sudds be appointed as the reviewers in lieu of an auditor for the upcoming fiscal year.
  5. Corporate motion to ratify the acts of the Directors in the previous year
    • MOTION: That all acts including the proceedings, appointments, elections and payments enacted, made, done and taken by the Directors and Officers of the Amherst Island Community Alliance since the last Annual General Meeting be approved, ratified and confirmed.
  6. Any other business that may properly come before the meeting
  7. Adjournment

DATED at Stella, Ontario, this 26th day of March, 2021
By Order of the Board of Directors
Christie Alexander, Secretary to the Board

Community Strategic Plan

From its earliest days one of the goals of the Amherst Island Community Alliance was the creation of a strategic plan for the island. This plan would take into consideration island resources, capacity, and the goals and aspirations of islanders and island groups.

This began with a series of public meetings that asked residents for ideas about what they felt the island was doing well, what we needed less of, what we needed more of, and where our sights were set. It continued with the administration in July 2019 of an islander-wide census that aimed to capture those metrics in a measurable and digestible format. And it continues now with more focused public consultation and advocacy to highlight the best, easiest, and most impactful projects and initiatives to support and grow the island into the future.

Two information sessions were held on the long weekend in September to lay out the information gathered in the census. They were followed up by another public meeting later that month during which community organizations were welcomed to join the AICA to present their work and their goals to the community.

These are the results of those meetings as the strategic document presented that day.