Bulletin 15: The Oral Review has been updated. Regulatory information has been clarified and administrative and other non-regulatory information removed and relocated to other documents. Find out more about the Oral Review such as the Application Process, Oral Review Schedule, FAQ, Information for Candidates and Information for Panelists, posted on the Internship website.
AIBC Happenings Archive
Oral Review Applications Now Being Accepted The application period for the June 13, 15 and 21 Oral Reviews is open now until Monday, May 29, 2017 at 5 p.m. All applications must include a supervising architect’s letter and fee payment. Eligibility will be confirmed by the Registration and Licensing department. Visit the internship website for… Read more
It’s that time of year again! Earn a Continuing Education System Non-core learning unit with AIBC’s Architectural Walking Tours. The program kicks off on July 1 and runs throughout July and August in Vancouver and Victoria. Architectural Walking Tours are $10. Friends and family are welcome, but space is limited! Book online at aibc.ca/tours. Read more
The countdown clock is ticking for eligible members and honorary members to cast their e-ballot for the 2017/2018 council. There are six council nominations for five available council positions. The e-voting period opened April 13 at 9 a.m. and will close May 8 at 12 p.m., several hours before the start of the annual meeting on May 8. Read more
Bulletin 31: Buildings Requiring the Services of an Architect has been updated to emphasize the statutory requirements of the Architects Act, and clarify certain aspects for the reader (architects, associates, engineers, and the public). A new section has been added (5.2) which provides guidance on when the institute might not require an architect. As well,… Read more
This bulletin has been updated to reflect current continuing education reporting harmonization processes across Canadian jurisdictions. Bulletin 81 explains the reciprocity option for AIBC members and the required reporting procedures, which includes compliance verification. The mandatory Continuing Education System (CES) Canadian reciprocity option is approved under and described in .
The AIBC is pleased to announce a stellar line-up of finalists for the AIBC Architectural Awards, a program that shines a spotlight on architectural excellence. Read more
In celebration of National Volunteer Week (April 23–29) and on behalf of the AIBC, we would like to take this opportunity to thank the many volunteers who contribute thousands of hours of their time each year to the institute and the important work that we do here. In 2016, volunteers contributed nearly 8,000 hours to… Read more
Welcome to Connected, AIBC’s monthly newsletter rebranded with a new name and easier-to-read layout. And when you next receive AIBC eBlasts, Intern Architect Announcements or Greensheets, you’ll notice this updated visual branding carries across these communications too. Distributed the first Thursday of every month, Connected is a round-up of AIBC news, course offerings, volunteer opportunities… Read more
The AIBC is pleased to welcome new and returning on-site sponsors to the 2017 Annual Conference: Interpreting Integration. Visit these featured on-site sponsors in the Networking Lounge on Level 2 in the Ocean Foyer to learn about the latest trends in the built environment. Register today! Regular conference rates apply until April 30. Read more