Annual Report 2019

Strengthening for Future Development

Photo: Children in the playground at St. Nicholas Child Care Centre

Mission Statement & Core Values


To provide exceptional early learning experiences and child care services to children and their families in a community of diverse needs.


Network Child Care Services (Network) operates and delivers services and programs guided by a shared belief in core values and principles. Network values:

  • Children, families, their needs, and the needs of their community, as the pivotal purpose of our ambition.
  • Mutual respect, diversity, inclusiveness, and equity in all its services and decision-making practices.
  • Positive and responsive engagement and ongoing communication with parents/guardians for their unique strengths, perspectives and contributions to our program that will enable us to best meet their child’s needs.
  • The dedicated Staff and Affiliated Home Child Care Providers and their professional contribution, continuous professional learning, and commitment to Network’s mission statement and goals.
  • Liaisons with community partners and resources who provide opportunities for the children to develop close connections with a wide range of community supports.

Network is committed to achieving and maintaining equity, respect, dignity and inclusiveness, in all of its activities. Network’s objective is to welcome, support, recognize and honour the uniqueness of each and every individual who is part of the Network community. Network prides itself in embracing and respecting diverse backgrounds, values, and perspectives within its community and strives to create environments and spaces that are safe and comfortable and where everyone is accepted for who they are.

In support of those goals, Network:

  • Strives to maintain equitable representation throughout its community.
  • Honours and respects religious, racial, and cultural diversity and their intersecting identities.
  • Insists on conduct that promotes mutual respect, inclusiveness, and equity for individuals of all race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, class, age, religious beliefs and physical abilities.
  • Seeks to enrich our understanding and knowledge of Indigenous perspectives and work towards implementing the Calls to Action issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as applicable specifically to the education and care of children.
  • Promotes accessibility by identifying, preventing and removing barriers in all our facilities, programs and services.
  • Provides support and accommodation for students who may be experiencing a diverse range of social, emotional and physical health needs.
  • Condemns all forms of racism including systemic, prejudice, stereotyping, racial profiling and micro-aggressions. Our commitment to diversity is reflected in Network’s services, decision-making practices, culture and policies.

Board President’s and Executive Director’s Report

Network has been in a process of vast expansion while looking towards the future in this ever-shifting world of early years’ education and care.

This progress has introduced new challenges and exciting opportunities, such as the expansion of both our child care centres and our home child care program. Amongst all of this change, Network embraced 2019 as a time to continue seeking new pathways, while also looking inwards, and reflecting on the values and principles that enrich and define Network as an organization. This reflection and grounding has allowed Network to build further upon its already impressive foundations, and focus efforts into supporting the quality care and early years learning offered through our 18 child care centres and our home child care program.

Our specific efforts in 2019 focused on the following endeavours:

  • The relocation of the St. Nicholas Child Care Centre from 3840 Finch Avenue East to a brand new location at 1020 McNicoll Avenue;
  • Ensuring that Network has created and maintained a collaborative environment that always supports the everyday work of all staff;
  • The transfer to a new VOIP phone system, and the creation of a centralized phone number for all programs throughout the organization;
  • An intensive expansion of our Home Child Care Program, thus increasing the number of Affiliated Home Child Care Providers with Network by 20 locations;
  • A summer picnic to gather with our Affiliated Home Child Care Providers and the children in their care in order to celebrate their hard work and commitment;
  • The ongoing provision of continuing education for all Centre Staff and Affiliated Home Child Care Providers. Continuing education for our staff and providers is vital within such a rapidly-evolving sector as child care, and creating opportunities for our team members to acquire new knowledge and skill-sets in turn improves every aspect of our organization. Specific examples of sessions are as follows:
    • An organization-wide recertification of Standard First and CPR Level - C / AED;
    • Achieving AQI Standards in Centres;
    • Running Your Home Child Care Business;
    • Nature as a Classroom;
    • Honouring Home Languages in Early Childhood;
    • Early intervention and identification of children with extra support needs;
    • Trauma: Building Resilient Children;
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder: How Providers Can Support Families;
    • The Before & After School Environment: Transitions and Challenging Behaviours;
    • Difficult Conversations: Growing Your Articulation Skills;
    • What's in your Toolbox - Behaviour Strategies to Support Children to be Successful;
    • Understanding Learning Through Play: Sharing How Does Learning Happen with Parents.

As we look towards the future, we anticipate that our reflection and the work completed in 2019 and through this year will act as a baseline that we can build upon to continue expanding and adapting Network in the changing world of early years and child care.

We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the ongoing assistance and support of the Ontario Ministry of Education, the City of Toronto Children’s Services, and the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Network truly appreciates their efforts and looks forward to their valued ongoing support and encouragement. We would like to reassure them of our continued commitment to deliver programs of the highest calibre that are grounded in our principles of excellence, responsibility, and integrity.

We would like to thank the tireless efforts of our wonderful staff and Affiliated Home Child Care Providers, without whom Network could not operate and offer quality child care programming to families within our communities.

We would also like to extend our most sincere thanks and appreciation to all the parents and families who trust us daily with the safety and care of their children. Their confidence in our programs and services has been essential to Network’s success. We would like to reassure them that our efforts are designed to offer the best to each and every child.

Finally, we would like to extend a very warm and heartfelt thank you to Network’s Board of Directors for their thoughtful insights and valued leadership, as well as all the Advisors, individuals and community partners who have contributed to Network’s advancement over the past year! As we reflect on the year passed, we look forward to new endeavors, and the continued provision of quality early years learning and care for the children throughout our programs.


2019 Highlights

2020 Initiatives
  • Official opening of the Bendale Acres Child Care Centre. This new centre will service families in the Scarborough area. Similar to our St. Nicholas location, Bendale Acres is located within a senior’s facility in order to satisfy Network’s intention to deliver support for intergenerational programs.
  • Network will move all its clients to a Pre-Authorized Debit system for paying fees. This will modernize Network by offering automatic and contactless payments for its families.
  • Network will begin renovation projects in the Group, Jubilee and Just Kids centres to add infant rooms, thus expanding our offering to more families and providing more child care spaces.
  • Network plans to add the role of a Communications and Special Events Coordinator. This role will support our Administrative team and create competitive communication strategies to strengthen Network’s presence in our community.
  • Network will begin renovation work to our head office located at 756 Ossington Ave in Toronto. This project will make our office a more modern and comfortable environment for employees and visitors.
  • Continue to provide enriching training around the Paint Your Plate program. Since many children eat their food in a child care setting, this is a prime opportunity to help encourage children to develop positive eating behaviours and relationships with food.

2019 Year In Numbers

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Training hours


Centre locations

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Number of languages spoken

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Number of staff

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Hours of service delivered

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Number of Affiliated Providers

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Children served (in event childcare)


Focus On:

St. Nicholas Relocation

In August 2019 the St. Nicholas Child Care Centre relocated and found a new home in the Tendercare Living Centre at 1020 McNicoll Avenue, on the corner of McNicoll and Victoria Park. St. Nicholas has moved into a brand-new, renovated space that allows the centre to continue offering quality play-based programming, based on the fundamentals of the Ontario Ministry of Education’s ELECT Framework and How Does Learning Happen pedagogy.

The new centre accommodates two toddler and two preschool playrooms from the previous location, as well as an additional playroom for infants. St. Nicholas is excited to welcome new families into their infant care programming and looks forward to connecting further with the community, and the Tendercare Living Centre. This new facility offers families and children the opportunity to take part in inter-generational programming with the residents of the long-term care home, who in turn are able to engage with the children through music and storytelling.

The St. Nicholas Child Care Centre looks forward to offering quality child care and early years learning in the community far into the future!

Our mantra is to help children develop holistically in all areas of physical, social and emotional development with the guidance of our caring teachers.”

—Fei Huang, Supervisor at St. Nicholas

Expansion of HCC & an Interview with Lisa Guarini, Our Home Child Care Supervisor

1What did Home Child Care at Network look like when you came onboard?

I came to this role in April 2018. At that time, we had a total of 67 Affiliated Providers who were actively working with Network. However, I noticed that there was a need in the community for more home child care. Not only did we have wait lists, but many of our homes were filled to capacity. There were also gaps throughout the city, where there was high demand for child care, but no providers in those areas. It was obvious that we needed an expansion to service more families who were in need of care.

2What did you do to expand Network’s Home Child Care offering?

We began recruiting right away, firstly by identifying the areas where we had no home child care providers and started from there. We posted ads around the community on bulletin boards, and the calls started coming in! The ads attracted a lot of attention from parents looking for care but also women who were interested in doing this in their homes.

Currently, many of our Affiliated Providers are single parents or stay at home moms, so it was important for us to offer these women an opportunity to run a business from their home and have employment that was fulfilling for them. Some of our Affiliated Providers were actually once teachers in their home countries, so this was also a unique opportunity for them to use their skills and past experience.

It was important for our recruiting efforts to meet the needs of the community, as well expand Network’s footprint. We started taking applications in from women who wanted to license their home for child care, then I connected with the interested ladies and began the process.

3What’s involved in setting up a home child care premises?

It’s a process! (laughs) We start with a screening interview and a questionnaire. Once they pass that, I set up an appointment to go visit their home (safety is everyone’s top priority, so we use a buddy system when going into homes). From there we’ll do an assessment of the care space they want to use, such as a living room or dining room. We’ll look at the space from a health and safety perspective, all while following Ministry of Education Guidelines.

We do what’s called an Assessment for Quality Improvement, this measures the program quality in early learning settings, and is mandated by Toronto Children’s Services. Once that’s complete, we have yet more paperwork around vulnerable sector checks and immunization records for all members of the household.

All our Affiliated Providers are trained and certified in First Aid and CPR. They also go through all sorts of training provided by Network, in regards to child development, programming, menu planning using Canada’s food guide and behavior guidance amongst other topics. Before a new provider can take on their first clients, they need to do at least 20 hours of initial training. We want all our Affiliated Providers to not only be passionate about what they do but also understand the regulations and why it’s important.

We do all this to ensure this is a safe and trustworthy space before we can license the home. Just before the provider can receive their official license and provider number, the care taker will set up their space with tables, chairs, books, toys and shelving. The whole process can take up to 3 to 6 months to complete, as it’s quite lengthy and thorough. However, we want to ensure that as an agency we always provide the highest quality of care, and that includes the care that our Affiliated Providers give to our families.

4Looking back on all the work you did in 2019, what is the one thing you want our community to know about HCC?

Home Child Care is licensed by the Ministry of Education, it’s regulated, and our consultants do home inspections every month to ensure that the space is compliant and that the standards of care are consistently met. What goes on in that child care space is controlled and monitored and we are transparent to our families about what’s going on inside the home, just as it would be a child care centre.

We want people to know that home child care is done by professionals whom we license, train and keep them accountable because they are operating under Network’s umbrella.

5What were the foundations laid for HCC and what can we look forward to going into 2020 and beyond?

At the end of 2019, we had 81 Affiliated Providers operating under Network Child Care Services.

The work done this year has helped us to establish a solid foundation of presenting Home Child Care as another avenue for parents to look into when selecting care.

We did so much advertising and recruiting in those areas of the city that were in need of more care options, that we really got our name (Network) known. Before that, residents in those areas didn’t know who Network was but now they do.

Looking forward to 2020, we plan to continue to expand our home child care options into more neighborhoods and give more women opportunities to establish fulfilling careers for themselves, right from their own homes.

6What else should a parent know if HCC is right for their child(ren)?

First and foremost, a parent should know that although the provider is working in her home, it is a licensed private residence. Like I said earlier, the care taker goes through a lengthy process to make that space licensed and that it abides by all Ministry [of Education] guidelines. Network takes this very seriously.

7What makes home child care special from other kinds of care?

A huge benefit of home child care is that it’s care provided in a very small group setting. This means that more attention is given to the child, there is a lot more one on one time between the provider and child, as well more accommodations can be made to that child’s needs. It’s also an opportunity for the provider, parent and child to develop relationships that are extra special. Especially for new parents, as they really rely on that provider to guide them as parents. The providers themselves have experience raising their own children and it’s something that they’re very enthusiastic about.

Although it’s in a private residence, the environment itself is very stimulating for the children because the care space is set up like a mini child care. The children are also in a mixed age group setting, which means siblings can interact and be kept together during the day. Those are just a few things that make home child care unique over other care.


Year ending December 31, 2019

Subsidized Child Care Fees (52.1%) $9,250,563

Child Care Fees (24.6%) $4,366,505

Grant Revenue (23%) $4,087,944

Other Revenue (0.3%) $51,801

Total Revenue $17,756,812


Salaries and Benefits (60.8%) $10,458,319

Provider & Contractor Fees (17.7%) $3,037,274

Occupancy Costs (8%) $1,385,516

Food (4.5%) $774,426

Program (4.3%) $740,965

Office and Administrative (3.9%) $676,878

Amortization (0.8%) $134,891

Total Expenses $17,208,268

Revenue Over Expenses $548,544

Note: Copies of financial statements audited by Ramesar & Associates CA Professional Corporation, may be provided upon request.

Staff Members/Providers

2019 Centre Staff

Abdi, Nasra

Abraham, Kimberly Veronica

Afroze Hossain, Shahina

Agard, Marlon

Agard, Chrishtian

Agnes, Lee Li Nee

Aitken, Jasmine

Akele, Zewditu

Akter, Nahida

Akter, Mosa Nazma

Alberga, Maria

Alvarez, Isabel

Arithas, Roshini

Arredondo, Aurea

Arumuganathan, Sabicca

Aryal, Sangita

Asif, Nasreen

Ayalew, Hana Abebe

Bacchus, Shahairazaad

Bagom, Runi

Baker, Alicia

Baldwin, Abbegale

Bangura, Mariama

Banja, Anduena

Banjade, Padma

Baptista, Ana

Baroi, Mariam

Barzegari, Amaneh

Bastiampillai, Thulasimalar

Bautista, Ma Richel

Begum, Farjana

Begum, Salma

Benn, Evadne

Bhatt, Rimi

Bi, Yongzhu

Bondoc, Alphine

Borbon, Chona

Botelho, Sandy

Buchanan, Nardia

Bulatao, Arminda

Bustamante, Crisanto Paulo

Butt, Marites

Cabading, Divina

Calouro, Jessica

Calouro, Sonia

Carter, Jennifer

Caycho, Juana Balbina

Cen, Shu Yi

Chan, Wing

Chan, Yuk-Ying

Chang, Chin Yao

Chavarria, Carla Maria

Chen, Kangzhen

Chen, Yan Lan

Chu, Lei

Chung, Stephanie Chin Yu

Clarke, Chickeeta

Clarke, Cynthia

Cordeiro, Nelia

Cuadro, Virginia

Daddar, Reetu

De Cicco, Barbara

Delos Angeles, Loretta

Desai, Harsha

Desayeux-Gomes, Michael

Dioneda, Edna

Directo, Gregoria

Dogino, Melany

Dukharan, Anita

Duma's, Gregory

Dumaquion, Thelma

Dyer, Alloris Oneka

Edwards, Neletia

Edwards, Petall

Eidi, Sabana

Everatt, Maureen Rose

Fang, Juecong

Fasulo, Piera

Fatima, Tasneem

Feng, Mei Xia

Ferguson, Anecia

Fernandes-Furtado, Cristina

Frias, Diane

Fulton, Amanda

Gablan, Aubrey

Gallant-Samanica, Megan Mae

Garcia, Joanna Mae

Ghani, Razia

Godinho, Ethan

Gonzalez, Cynthia

Grant, Yolanda

Grospe, Juvelyn

Guarini, Italia Lisa

Hadjicosta, Georgia

Harley, Teri

Harris, Lital

He, Yu Juan Ivy

Henry-Witter, Brianca

Hoang, Nancy

Holmes, Shari-Ann

Huang, Fei Fei

Huang, Jane Zhiqian

Islam, Fardoshi

James, Antoinnia Briana

Jay, Anushi

John, Rachael

Juan, Emely

Kampyli, Dimitra

Kapocho, Lucy

Karaagac Sag, Filiz

Katsigarakis, Maria

Kaur, Komalpreet

Kaur, Manpreet

Kaur, Manpreet

Khalilinejad, Sakineh

Khatamian, Laya

Kidane, Selamawit

Langkozi, Ntesara

Lee, Hyun Ju

Leon, Maribel

Levy, Jacqueline

Li, Xue Lian

Li, Mingyu Cherrie

Lika, Lindita

Lin, Min Yan

Linga, Maricel Mejia

Liu, Wan Chi

Lloyd, Natalie

Lopez, Yurmi

Lowes, Leanne

Lubega, Damali

Maclean, Effie Jane

Magalhaes De Oliveira, Patricia

Magno, Athenna

Mai, Min Yu

Malakovski, Christina Michelle

Maramba, Whiza Anne

Marino, Luciana

Marino, Luciano

Mastrella, Antonia

Mici, Arta

Mizukami, Taeko

Modopoulos, Christina

Mohamed, Aneesah

Mohammed, Misha

Morra, Danielle

Naeem, Rubena

Nehal, Manveer Kaur

Oropeza Diaz, Angela

Pacheco, Patricia

Pacheco, Sally Medeiros

Pacheco, Victoria

Packiaraja, Inthuja

Padilla, Joana Laurice M

Palhinha, Dianne

Pappas, Nick

Persaud, Deomattie

Pimentel, Michelle

Pitroda, Nisha

Pompey, Kahseendah

Popy, Rehana Akter

Powell, Diana

Poya-Lama, Julie

Prado, Leonora

Pushparajah, Lakshi

Qadir, Sayida Binish

Quader, Tanvir

Regala, Wilma

Reid, Raven Olivia

Reyes, Hedda

Richardson, Monica

Rinella-Papp, Pina

Risso-Rocco, Doris Isabel

Riverol Diaz, Tania

Rocha, Jennifer Maria

Santiago, Blessi

Santoro, Francesca

Sayers, Christelle

Seerattan, Debbie

Serra, Amie

Sherpa, Yanje

Silva - Armas, Marlene

Simmak, Harmandeep Kaur

Simoes, Susy

Simon, Sonia Laurell

Simon, Aurelia

Simser, Rachael

Singh, Donna

Singh, Sandhya

Smith, Kerian

Smith, Margaret

Stanisic, Tomislava

Sterling, Vanessa

Stirpe-Georgiou, Nadia

Stratis, Stellina Alexandra

Suero, Gene Erika

Szajner, Jadwiga

Tealdo, Juana

Thach, Thi Set Kha

Thapa, Kanya

Tharumalingam, Vinitha

Theocharopoulou, Vasiliki

Toste, Emma

Varessis, Luis

Vo, Hoang Phuong Thao

Volonakis, Spiridon

Vrazalis, Effie

Walker, Serena

Walker, Andrea

Wan, Lei

Wang, Chong Wen

Wang, Guixia

Wedderburn, Elma

White, Lititia

Williams, Harlene Arlene

Wright, Janice

Wu, Wei-Ning

Wu, Qing Feng

Wu, Xiuming

Xiao, Fang

Yin, Hao

Yokubbaeva, Madina

Yoon, Hyun Kyung

Zahan, Ishrat

Zambrano, Ashley Elizabeth

Zargari, Aygun

Zemblaku, Anila

Zheng, Su Chen

Zhou, Yanfeng

Directors and Officers

Mr. Stephen Males, LL.B - President

Ms. Gina Papadakis - Secretary

Mr. Nick Tsimidis, CPA - Treasurer

Ms. Minodora Grigorescu - Director

Mr. Bob Monteiro - Director

Mr. Stan Smyer - Past President

Executive Director

Spyros Volonakis

Business, Financial and Program Advisors

Ms. Aira Aitken

Ms. Susan Menchinton

Hunter Consultants

BDO Canada, LLP

Ms. Andrea Young, RD

Douglas R. Varty CPA, CA


Chartered Accountants (Auditors)

KRP LLP Chartered Professional Accountants

Legal Advisors

Crawford Chondon & Partners LLP

Rae, Christen Jeffries LLP

WeirFoulds LLP

Management Team

Christina Michelle Malakovski

Maria Katsigarakis

Nadia Stirpe – Georgiou

Luis Varessis

Lei Wan

Head Office

Jasmine Aitken

Sally Bacchus

Katie Cavasin

Michael Desayeux-Gomes

Gregory Duma's

Nancy Hoang

Jane Zhiqian Huang

Elizabeth Menchinton

Nisha Pitroda

Doris Isabel Risso-Rocco

Rachael Simser

2019 Providers

Abdi, Sahra

Abdinoor, Khamar

Abdulla, Hayat

Abdullahi, Safia

Abdullahi, Saynab

Acosta, Martha

Aden, Suddis

Ahmed, Juhaara

Ali, Nazli

Ali, Tahani

Anwar, Mareah

Badat, Safiya

Badat, Samim

Bithi, Talukder

Borges, Maria

Buchana, Shaneeza

Butt, Shahida

Chaudhry, Tahera

Chavez, Julia

Daqane, Zahro

Darman, Mariam

De Melo, Carmen

Dirie, Seylon

Domingos, Teresa

Dutta, Anuva

Evans Sealy, Rita

Farah, Zahra

Fuchs, Ana

Gray, Penoila

Griffith, Marcia

Haji, Shukri

Hasbun, Xenia

Hussein, Marian

Isak, Ubax Aden

Isse, Kaltom

Jama, Amina

Jimenez, Lidia

Joseph St. Marie, Sarah

Kanthan, Jeeva

Keane, Jaqueline

Kessie, Dorothy

Khan, Kawser

Khanam, Yeasmin

Limas, Carol

Mahida, Bilkis

Mahmood, Muneera

Mamo Siber, Rahel

Martinez, Maritza

Mengstu, Saron

Meraneh, Malyoun

Miah, Helan

Mohamed, Dunia Farah

Mohamed, Farhia

Mohamed, Farhia H

Mohamed, Hamso

Mohamed, Suhira

Mohamud, Fartun

Mohamud, Shukri

Mohamud, Sofia

Moreira, Lilian

Murphy, Mariam

Nur, Faduma

Olow, Safia

Omar Ege, Lula

Omar, Fardowsa

Omar, Fatima

Osman, Sadia

Parbu, Rowena

Pardo, Cristina

Pathan, Saajida

Penacho, Maria

Persaud, Leila

Quash, Pearl

Raghe, Nima

Rasuki, Judith

Renda, Teresa

Said, Mulki

Salinas, Seydy

Samatar, Hodan

Sanchez, Ramona

Seco, Maria

Sheebacha, Shamkumarie

Siddiqi, Humera

Tawelede, Luna

Valdez, Angelina

Valencia, Yolanda

Varachhia, Hamida

Varachhia, Nafisa

Veiga, Maria

Warsame, Fadumo

Wong, Maritza

Yacob, Amal

Yusuf, Fathiya

Zinck, Kathleen

Community Partners and Funding Agencies

Ontario Ministry of Education

City of Toronto

Toronto District Catholic School Board

Home Child Care Association of Ontario (HCCAO)

Canadian Child Care Federation

Coalition for Better Child Care

City of Toronto, Every Child Belongs

Davenport Perth Neighbourhood Centre

The Four Villages Community Health Centre

Home Child Care Association of Toronto

Mothercraft College

Ontario Studies in Education (OISE)

Parkdale Queen West Community Health Centre

Quality Early Learning Network (QELN)


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—Parent with Home Child Care Provider

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—Parent with Home Child Care Provider

Past Annual Reports

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2012 Annual Report

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2013 Annual Report

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2014 Annual Report

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2015 Annual Report

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2016 Annual Report


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2018 Annual Report


2019 Annual Report

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