101st AIBC Annual Meeting
Date: May 4, 2019
AIBC Learning Units (LUs): TBC
Annual Meeting Booklet and Annual Report
The Annual Meeting Booklet and the Annual Report will be available spring 2020. Printed copies will not be mailed to registrants; however, hard copies will be available at 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.
Motions may also 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.
In the event that time does not allow for all member motions to be heard, any motions not presented at the Annual Meeting will still be considered by AIBC Council.
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.