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Officers For 1986-87:

George Ignatieff, president John E. Dove, secretary John Valleau, treasurer Raymond Kapral, chairman, and Derek Paul, nominating committee

In Memoriam:

  1. Alva Myrdal and Olof Palme of Sweden

  2. K.A.C. Elliott, Montreal, early supporter and member of Science for Peace

A Motion Of Thanks:

To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hsu, of St. Clair Copy & Printing, for their outstanding assistance with the production of printed materials for Science for Peace, especially for the BULLETIN.

On The Changing Face Of Education Programs:

Terry Gardner, Science for Peace education director for the past three years, reported that lectures, radio programmes and seminars in Toronto – all initiated by the national office-have became programmes of the Toronto Chapter. Patterns established by the Toronto members are underway on many campuses across Canada and are led by local groups. Principal need from the national office will most likely be for coordination and servicing of chapter-originated programmes in the coming years.

Advisory Council Established

The Council will consist of past members of the Board of Directors and constitute a “pool of talent” upon which the Board can call for expertise and assistance.

Complete Record Of The Meeting

Complete minutes and reports of the officers are available upon request from the national office.

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