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2023 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Saskatoon TechWorks Inc. will be held at
7:00PM on April 13, 2023 at 412B 44th St. E., Saskatoon, SK.

In addition to the typical business of our monthly general meetings,
this special meeting will also include:

Review of the financial statements for the 2022-2023 fiscal year
Election of a new Board of Directors for the 2023-2024 term
Approval of the proposed budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year

The Returning Officer for this election of the Board of Directors will
be Mena Ryan. She will be responsible for accepting nominations in
advance of the election and accepting and counting the ballots during
the election. She may be reached in person, by email at, or by postal mail at:

Mena Ryan
Saskatoon TechWorks
412B 44th Street East
Saskatoon, SK
S7K 0W1

Nominations for positions on the Board of Directors will be open from
April 1 until 11:59 PM on April 8, 2023. In order for an
individual to be nominated, the nominee must be a member in good
standing and provide to the Returning Officer a letter indicating that
they have been nominated and that they accept the nomination. This must
include the date of the nomination and the signatures of both the
nominee and the member who has nominated them. There will be a container to put them in on the shelf in the clean room.
The final list of nominees will be provided to all members no later than April 10, 2023.

Voting will be limited to members who are present on site.

We thank you for your time and look forward to your attendance at the
Annual General Meeting.

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COVID-19 Phase 3

A message from the board of directors:

The situation around the current pandemic is continually evolving and the well-being of our members and community is our priority. As the Government and local business begin re-opening for business, and keeping safety and health in mind, we would like to announce the following changes to our current COVID-19 protocols:

Space Access

As of Monday, June 15, 2020, the space will once again be open to the public. Hack nights are back on and guests are welcome as long as social/physical distancing practices are followed. 

We’re limiting the number of people allowed in the space at one time to help maintain social distancing recommendations. If you do have a project you would like to work on, please coordinate with other members to limit the number of people in the space at one time to 15. Please be respectful of each other’s time and space, keep a distance of 2m between yourself and other members.   


We have signs up around the space describing how to appropriately wash your hands and have kleenex and sanitizer available. Please use the available resources and keep yourself and others safe. 

If You Have Symptoms

Please do not enter the space, go home and practice self-isolation.


Workshops are back on with some restrictions to allow for social distancing practices. Please check back for upcoming workshops!

Thank you!

At our AGM in March, we gave our vision for growth for this fiscal year.  Little did we know that a few short days later the world would come to a grinding halt and stay that way for months.  While we haven’t been able to pursue any growth, we were able to stay in limited operation and remain in a safe financial position.  Our sincere thanks to all of you who have continued your membership throughout this difficult time.  It is because of you that we will continue to have a makerspace as we emerge from the pandemic restrictions.

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AGM Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Annual General Meeting.  This was our largest turnout ever.  (People kept arriving after we started, too, so the minutes don’t actually reflect the final number.)

The revisions to the bylaws were passed as proposed.  This will bring our bylaws better in line with how we have actually been operating for years.

Our new board was elected.  John Tumbach, Albert La, James Cooper, and Scott Walde all stood for re-election.  New this year, Andrew Wright was nominated.  All five candidates were elected unanimously.

Since we failed to do anything special on the 6 year anniversary of our incorporation, (Some of our members had other plans that night — I don’t understand their priorities.) we decided to recognise it a month late.  Cake was eaten.




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Annual General Meeting

Hello everyone,
You are cordially invited to our Annual General Meeting, to be held at Saskatoon TechWorks on March 17, 2015 at 7:00PM. The agenda for this meeting will include:
  • A presentation of the Chairman’s Report from our President, Albert La
  • A review of this past year’s financial statements from our Treasurer, Jeremy Rans
  • Election of the board members for next year
Board nominations are now open and can be made on this forum post. Nominations will close at the end of March 9, 2015.
This is also a time when we may make changes to the bylaws. If you would like to propose any changes to be vote on at the AGM, please email them to Saskatoon TechWorks no later than March 9, 2015.
Voting is available to members only, but the public is welcome to attend.
I look forward to seeing you all there,
James Cooper
Saskatoon TechWorks
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Meeting Announcement: June 10th @ 7PM

It’s the second Tuesday of the month and you know what that means: monthly meeting time!

We will be meeting at Techworks at 509A Gray Ave. at 7PM on June 10th. We request all members to please attend our monthly update and discussion. Visitors are also welcome to join us to learn more about the space and meet the other members.

See you there!

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2013 AGM Report

Just a quick overview of last night’s AGM…

Elected a new board, it consists of:

  • James Cooper
  • Rylan Grayston
  • Albert La
  • Jeremy Rans
  • Ryan Silk
  • Kurtis Wanner

Actual board member titles are TBD (these are decided amongst the board members) but should be announced shortly.

Another noteworthy tidbit is that a bylaw change was passed to lower the number of people required for quorum. This was previously “the lesser of 12 people or 50% membership” and is now “the lesser of 10 people or 50% membership.”

Finally, we discussed a variety of workshops that we’re going to be looking to hold in the near future. These include CAD/CAM (SolidWorks/Aspire), PCB manufacturing, casting & molding & arduino. Stay tuned for specific dates.