101st AIBC Annual Meeting
AIBC Learning Units (LUs): TBD
The 101st AIBC Annual Meeting was scheduled to take place on May 4 at the Vancouver Convention Centre West and will be postponed to a later date in 2020. Rescheduling the annual meeting will be done in compliance with Section 21 of the Architects Act. Information will be shared as it becomes available.
Annual Meeting Booklet
The Annual Meeting Booklet will be available online prior to the Annual Meeting. Please note the Annual Meeting Booklet will not be mailed to registrants prior to the Annual Meeting, as all relevant material will be posted online. Hard copies of the Annual Meeting Booklet will be distributed to attendees of the Annual Meeting.
Members’ Forum and Motions
The Members’ Forum is an opportunity to raise, discuss and debate issues of interest or concern to the profession. The forum takes place before the end of the annual meeting, time permitting.
Members are highly encouraged to submit motions prior to the start of the annual meeting using the form. However, motions may be submitted to a member of the Motions Review Committee up to 30 minutes after the Annual Meeting has been called to order. Anyone bringing forward a motion at the meeting must have a written version of the proposed motion in hand at the meeting, and be prepared to speak to it, with a seconder already identified.
Instructions on how to submit a motion and a copy of the member motion form for review by the Motions Review Committee will be available shortly.
Motions Review Committee
AIBC Council has established a Motions Review Committee to assist the Institute with the Member’s Forum portion of AIBC Annual Meetings. This committee’s primary role is to review members’ motions, including those which are submitted in advance, and at the annual meeting, to help ensure that they are consistent with professional expectations, and to manage the members’ motions portion of the Members’ Forum.
Annual Meeting Learning Units
Architects AIBC and Architectural Technologists AIBC who attend the AIBC Annual Meeting are entitled to Learning Units. To assist in recording these Learning Units, architects and architectural technologists are asked to register online in advance.