AIBC Newsletter | April 4, 2019

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Thursday, April 4, 2019
AIBC 2019 Council Election E-Vote Information and Council Nominees Announcement
The 2019 AIBC Council Election is coming up! The e-vote will open on April 15 at 9 a.m., and close on May 6 at 12 p.m. Six members have put their names forward as nominees for the five positions. Election results will be announced at the Annual Meeting. Read more.
AIBC Which Confab Sessions Should I Attend?
Interested in learning about heritage conservation principles in practice? Want to know more about feng shui and its impact on architecture? Or gain a deeper understanding of First Nation community engagement? Attend the first-ever AIBC Confab, featuring four streams and a wide range of session topics. Delegates can earn up to six Core Learning Units in preparation for the June 30, 2020 CES deadline. Read more.
AIBC Council Rules Approved | Council Rules 5, Council Rules 6, Council Rules 9
On March 12, 2019, AIBC Council approved revised Council Rules 5: Continuing Education System (CES) and revised Council Rules 6: Designation and Admission Qualifications for AIBC Associates, as well as proposed Council Rules 9: Formation and Administration of Chapters. Read more.
AIBC Only One Month Remaining! 100th Annual Meeting and Centenary Registration Reminder
The AIBC will be hosting its 100th Annual Meeting, as well as a Centenary Reception in recognition of the Institute’s decades of regulation on Monday, May 6. The next day, the Institute will present the inaugural AIBC Confab 2019: the art of conversation. Online registration is open for all of these events – don't miss out, register today! Read more.

AIBC Happenings
Intern Architect Happenings
  • Review the AIBC Course Redesign FAQ for answers to questions such as "What's the difference between the current and new course track?"
AIBC Volunteer Opportunities
AIBC Courses
2019 AIBC Course Schedule.
AIBC Courses fill up quickly so ensure you register without delay. Upcoming courses with availability include the following:
Recognized Educational Provider Events
Following are the most recent upcoming REP events. For a full listing, see the AIBC events calendar.
Industry News
Call for Entries
Upcoming Events
In Passing
Resource Roundup
Frequently Referenced AIBC's Regulatory Role


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