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SPRING 2021 | 47 travel services. The crux of what we do is looking aer Members. How we do that can vary, but that is the heart of this organization. That is the one part of CAA that has never changed. What are your priorities for the remainder of your three-year term as chair? An important priority is to grow our membership so that more people can benefit from CAA. It's more than just roadside— we have a lot of great initiatives, and it's about communicating that fact. As a board, we will continue working with management to develop the business and look at new opportunities. It's important to continue our work with all levels of government and continue our focus on school safety. Many people don't know that CAA Club Group sponsors and supports 27,000 school safety patrollers in Ontario and Manitoba. CAA really is woven into the fabric of Canadian life. When you are the most trusted brand in the country, you have to earn that spot year aer year. It's a pleasure to be part of an organization that is doing so much for the society it serves. travelling and helped them make arrangements to get home. We also made calls to our Members aged 65-plus to make sure they were okay, and to see if we could do anything to help. When you really look aer the Member, that trust is reciprocated. I see this coming out of Covid-19, that people are looking for organizations to believe in. And for that reason, people are doing business with us. Do you think the organization's recipe for success has changed over the years? More than a hundred years ago, we were making road maps and signs to help drivers. Today, we have many different ways to help Members, including an insurance product called MyPace TM , where if you travel less than 9,000 kilometres per year, you have a much lower insurance rate. It's extremely popular now because people aren't driving as much. But the heart of the organization has not changed: we are still obsessed with Member safety, whether it's through roadside assistance, government advocacy, insurance products or NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING CAA Club Group's annual general meeting will take place on Thursday, May 13, 2021. For more information, visit To receive the consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ending on December 31, 2020 To elect directors To appoint auditors for 2021 To receive the annual report To amend the company's bylaws, if any To transact such further business as may properly come before the meeting IN ACCORDANCE WITH its bylaws, the annual general meeting is held for the following purposes: MyPace is a good option for people who drive less than 9,000 kilometres a year

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