Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission


Annual General Meeting of Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission

The SaskFlax Annual General Meeting (AGM) allows for Directors to report on finances as well as actions undertaken on behalf of grower members in the areas of research, communications and market development. Resolutions will be brought forward for review, discussion, and decision.

The  AGM will be held on January 10, 2023 at 10:15am. 

The AGM will be in-person at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon and on-line by Zoom link.

Registration may be completed at .

A video link will be emailed to attendees.

Registered flax producers will recieve information about voting online at the AGM using the Slido app.

There is no charge to attend the Annual General Meeting.


10:15 am     Call to Order

10:16 am     Approval of Agenda

10:18 am     Approval of 2021 AGM Minutes

10:20 am     Chair’s Report

10:25 am     Executive Director’s Report

10:30 am     Report on 2022 Resolutions

10:35 am     Finance

                    Presentation of 2022/23 Budget

                    Presentation of Audited statement ending July 31, 2022

                    Appointment of Auditor

                    Appointment of Audit Chair

10:50 am     Resolutions

11:10 am     New Business

11:15 am     Adjournment

Resolutions at SaskFlax AGM

Any registered flax producer is eligible to bring forward a resolution at the Annual General Meeting of the Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission. A registered producer is a producer who has sold flax and paid the flax levy in Saskatchewan within the past year and has not requested a rebate.

Resolutions must clearly note the person who is proposing them. A seconder will be called for at the meeting. Resolutions are generally structured by introducing each background point to the issue with the word “Whereas..”. The resolution itself is usually stated, “Be it resolved that...”

Resolutions received by the SaskFlax office more than two business days in advance of the start of the AGM require a simple majority (50 per cent) to pass; those introduced during the meeting require a two-thirds majority to pass.

Questions about Resolutions? Contact the SaskFlax Resolutions Committee or the SaskFlax Office.