Special General Meeting (SGM) and Annual General Meeting(AGM)


Dear Members:


The ACFOLA Board of Directors has rescheduled the Special General Meeting(SGM) and the Annual General Meeting(AGM).

The rescheduled Special General Meeting(SGM) will be on January 21, 2017 (at 2 PM at Pathways Bldg, 239 Clarence Street) dealing with the President’s Report and Financial Reports.

The second rescheduled Annual General Meeting(AGM) will be on February 25, 2017( at 2 PM at Pathways Bldg 239 Clarence Street) to elect a new 9 members of the Board of Directors, 3 members of the Judiciary and 3 members of the Audit body.

A VOLUNTEER Director of Elections for the AGM(as per Article 20 of the ACFOLA Constitution) will:
1. Develop the process of electing 9 members of the Board of Directors, 3 members of the Judiciary and 3 members of the Audit body; as per articles 17, 18 & 19 of the ACFOLA Constitution
2. Declare all positions vacant and issue a call for nominees to fill all the positions
3. Vet the candidates as per provisions in articles 17, 18 & 19 of the Constitution
4. Oversee the Elections
5. Declare the winners and install all the officers into office

Please refer TO the Constitution of ACFOLA on our website, http://www.acfola.ca/about/constitution-of-acfola/

Office of the Secretary

Special General Meeting: Constitutional Amendments

Dear Members of ACFOLA,


This is to notify you that due to a lack of individual members quorum, the SGM on Constitutional amendment that was to have taken place on August 13, 2016 has been re-scheduled.
The re-scheduled SGM will be held on August 28, 2016 at 2 PM at Pathways on 239 Clarence Street.
Please note that even though as per the ACFOLA Constitution quorum is not necessary for a re- scheduled SGM, your inputs matter and therefore we look forward to full attendance on August 28, 2016.


Office of the Secretary

In accordance with Article 14 of the ACFOLA Constitution, ACFOLA Members are hereby invited to a Special General Meeting for the purposes of deliberating on and adopting constitutional amendments, which can be reviewed by clicking here or visiting the constitution page under the about dropdown in the website’s menu.

As a gentle reminder and in accordance with the Constitution, only members in good standing will be eligible to vote. You are therefore urged to renew your membership before or by August 13, 2016.

Notice of ACFOLA Special General Meeting: August 13, 2016 at 2:00 PM at 239 Clarence Street


The 2016 ACFOLA BBQ is fast approaching! Come join us August 6th for another great BBQ event at Springbank Park. $7.50 for adults, $5.00 for children, or only $20 for families.
There will be traditional African Food, BBQ, games and raffles! Don’t miss out!

169th Liberian Independence Day Celebration

Hosted by ALIKE -Kitchener and UCLAL – LONDON

Outdoor activities:
Soccer & kickball matches, featuring Lansana Kromah and Prince Wright
Starts at 12pm at the Dorchester Arena

Indoor Activities:
Dinner & Party, Keynote speaker is John McCarthy
Doors open at 7pm, party ends at 2am

Ticket Cost $20

Summer Student Project Assistant

Position Project Assistant
Type Summer Student
Organizer ACFOLA

Job Description
The Project assistant would under the supervision of the Executive Director or the Project Manager carry out the following duties:

Offer support by completing office assistance to the community outreach coordinator and to other Office personnel

In addition, the successful candidate may also be asked to undertake duties to support committees at ACFOLA, such as:

  • Attend committee meetings and assist with planning activities.
  • Work in collaboration with other staff at ACFOLA.

Academic Background

Desirable Skills
The successful candidate will have demonstrated proficiency in:

  • Written and oral communication.
  • Use of IT


  • May 25 to September 3rd (Up to 16 weeks)
  • Number of Hours per Week Requested: 37.50 hours

11.25 per hour plus standard vacation pay and benefits.

Other requirements

  • Great Work Ethic
  • is between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive) at the start of employment
  • was registered as a full-time student during the preceding academic year
  • intends to return to school on a full-time basis during the next academic year
  • is a student in a secondary, post-secondary, CEGEP (Quebec only), vocational or technical program, university
  • is a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident, or person on whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act*
  • is legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial / territorial legislation and regulations.

*Foreign students are not eligible.


We are exited to announce that we will be hosting our 2015 AGM at the Goodwill Career Centre and all community members are welcome to attend!

Click here->2015_2016 AGM Agenda

Information for Electing a Secretary:
Below is a Nomination form for you or somebody you know in your community or circle of friends that might be great for this very important position.

The Executive secretary is a signatory position.
The position and requires highly organized and time management skills.
These are amongst the duties and responsibilities of the Office
as per our current constitution:
17.4.1 It is the duty of the Secretary to keep updated minutes of all the meetings of the Federation.
17.4.2 The Secretary will be responsible for maintaining correspondence.
17.4.3 The Secretary will be responsible for maintaining a membership list of all official members as well as keeping all the Federation documents and records.

The Secretary is also the Custodian of the Constitution

Click here->Nomination Form
Click here->Electoral Rules 2013

Liberian Association: Fundraising Dinner & Dance

The United Canadian Liberian Associations of London invites you to a Fundraising Dinner and Dance!

Proceeds from this activity will be sent to the Christian Health Association of Liberia (CHAL) to promote their ongoing work in the health care sector in Liberia.

Contact info:
Prince Wright
Or call 519-637-7981 / 519-200-2703

Enhancing Community Response to Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health

We are thrilled in inviting you to take part in the Seeds of Change Stakeholders Meeting. Seeds of Change is a multi-faceted project designed to enhance the community responses to immigrants and refugees that are struggling with mental health and addiction issues.
We are finalizing our training products, to support three main stakeholder populations: 1. the Informal Community, composed of English as a Second Language (ESL) Teachers, Faith Leaders and Religious Organizations, and Settlement Workers; 2. the Service Providers’ workers involved in the field of mental health and addictions; 3. and immigrants and refugees, not only as potential clients of the services hereinabove cited but also as experts and protagonists of our activities.

Our Canada Workshop

You are invited to a one-day national workshop taking place in London, on Thursday November 26 called “Our Canada.” The LMCA is one of the on-the-ground partners of this initiative along with CCLC and Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration

Regional Cross-Canada Workshops are an opportunity to have an open and productive conversation about faith and faith-based issues and to discuss new situations that have emerged with the growth of Canadian multiculturalism. The workshops introduce a professional development module and toolkit that can be added to existing diversity training initiatives.

The Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Canada’s leading agency dedicated to the elimination of racism and the promotion of harmonious race relations in the country. Please share this with any interested colleagues.