Each year, five council members are elected for a two-year term. Those elected will take office on May 4, the date set for the Annual Meeting, in compliance with sections 8(1) and (2) of the Architects Act. Incumbent nominees with expiring terms are eligible for nomination and are subject to the same considerations and evaluation in the nomination process as new nominees.
The council nomination process is governed by the Architects Act and AIBC Bylaws. Learn more about the AIBC Council nomination process.
The AIBC is pleased to announce that six Architects AIBC have put their names forward as nominees for the five positions in the upcoming AIBC Council election, set to open April 9, 2020.
The Nominations Review Committee concluded that all nominees met the criteria to be endorsed. The role of the AIBC Nominations Review Committee is to evaluate candidates to determine if they meet the stated competencies and recruitment requirements of council. For the 2020/21 AIBC Council, the competencies sought include a combination of regulatory experience, business and governance skills.
The names of the six nominees are listed in random order in accordance with the procedures adhered to in Council Rules 4: Council Elections, section 2.4, as noted with an asterisk (“*”) in the list below.
*Michelle Fenton Architect AIBC (View Statement Form)
*Jana Foit Architect AIBC (View Statement Form)
*Mark Hamilton Architect AIBC (View Statement Form)
*Stuart Rothnie Architect AIBC (View Statement Form)
*Marguerite Laquinte Francis Architect AIBC (View Statement Form)
*Ian Ross McDonald Architect AIBC (View Statement Form)
The list of nominators for each nominee can be viewed here.