AIBC Newsletter | August 1, 2019

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Thursday, August 1, 2019
 
AIBC E-Voting on Proposed Suite of Code of Ethics & Administrative Bylaws On Now
AIBC Council approved the proposed suite of Code of Ethics & Administrative bylaws for member vote on July 9. The vote for this suite of bylaws is organized into six topic areas and will run until August 15. Members and honorary members are encouraged to cast their ballot. Read more.
AIBC President's Message | Sweeping Changes in Regulation
Self-regulatory professional bodies in the province and across the country are under increasing political, public and media scrutiny. Attention has manifested in the form of reviews, audits and new legislation. This President's Message addresses the changes to the regulatory landscape and how they would affect the profession of architecture in B.C. Read more.
AIBC Presentation Proposals for 2019 Fall PD Series
Have you been involved in a unique architectural project? Want to share your expertise and knowledge? The AIBC invites you to submit a presentation proposal for the 2019 Fall Professional Development (PD) Series. The deadline to submit is Monday, August 12 at 5 p.m. Read more.
AIBC Walk, Learn and Earn with AIBC's Architectural Walking Tours
There is one month left of the AIBC's Summer Architectural Walking Tour season. Regularly scheduled tours only run until September 2 in Vancouver, and September 1 in Victoria. For CES Participants, walking tours earn 1 Non-core LU per hour. Read more.
AIBC Recent Phishing Email Scam
It has come to the AIBC’s attention that a fraudulent email is circulating amongst the architectural community from an individual who claims to be seeking an architect to design a new house. Read more.
 
AIBC 100
 
AIBC Welcome to the 1940s!
This month, we have unveiled the 1940s. In this decade, we see both endings and new beginnings for the architectural community in B.C. Explore this time period, as well as the 1930s, 1920s and the road to regulation on AIBC 100.

Fast Fact: In 1942, 57 architects were registered with the Architectural Institute of British Columbia, with 9 listed on active military duty.

AIBC Happenings
Intern Architect Happenings
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
The AIBC welcomes new REPs: ACO Systems Ltd., Enercorp Inc.Fenster Tek WiconaFERO CorporationPacific West Systems SupplySilex Fiberglass Windows and DoorsSmith + Andersen.
Following are the most recent upcoming REP events. For a full listing, see the AIBC events calendar.
Industry News
 
Upcoming Events
Classifieds
Resource Roundup
Frequently Referenced AIBC Documents Bylaw Review

 

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