BUILD TRUST. BUILD QUALITY.
The AWMAC Board develops, approves, and maintains a two-year strategic plan. But the work doesn’t end there. The Board reviews the strategic plan annually to make the necessary adjustments based on progress-to-date and changes in the industry.
AWMAC’s Executive Director is responsible for developing and implementing an internal operational plan and supporting budget, with final Board approval.
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On May 31, 2014, AWMAC’s Members attending the 2014 Annual General Meeting gave their unanimous approval for AWMAC to transition from its original incorporation under the Canada Corporations Act, Part II to the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act. AWMAC duly submitted the required documents to Industry Canada.
On June 11, 2014, Industry Canada issued AMWAC its Certificate of Continuance.
As stated in the Articles of Continuance, the purpose of AWMAC is to:
AWMAC’s Board of Directors recognizes their legal responsibility to govern the affairs of AWMAC within the framework of relevant legislation and standards. The Board, representative of AWMAC’s membership, is given the legal corporate authority and responsibility for the achievement of AWMAC’s mission.
The Board’s primary focus is on the governance and strategic leadership of AWMAC, rather than administrative and operational details.
In business, trust is everything. At AWMAC, we believe you build that trust by having a standard for all manufacturing activities. Becoming an AWMAC Member gives you that and more. AWMAC has differing membership categories, each offering a unique range of benefits to suit your requirements. Manufacturer Membership, Associate Membership and Life Membership is available in all Chapters across Canada.Learn more