Annual General Meeting
Engineers and Geoscientists BC is holding it annual general meeting (AGM) on October 19, 2019. The AGM is an opportunity for members to hear from Council and senior staff on the association's strategic progress, key initiatives, and financial standing. It also provides an opportunity for members to participate in self-regulation by bringing forward motions for the consideration of council.
The date and location of this year’s annual general meeting is as follows:
100th Annual General Meeting
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Delta Grand Okanagan Resort, Kelowna, BC
8:30 AM–12:30 PM
All professional members and licensees are encouraged to attend and participate. Members-in-training and Student Members are welcome to attend as observers. The AGM is free to attend and pre-registration is not required.
The AGM provides an opportunity for members to participate in self-regulation by bringing forward motions for the consideration of Council.
If you submit your motion at least 30 days in advance (by September 19), you’ll also benefit from it being published to members ahead of the meeting, in order to support informed debate on the issue you are raising.
To submit a motion for the AGM, you’ll need to provide the full text of your motion, along with some basic information about how it aligns with the association’s Strategic Plan and the motion’s importance. Advanced motions must be received no later than 5:00 PM on September 19, 2019.
For more information, refer to the submission guide.
If you’ve missed the September 19 deadline, you can still submit a motion from the floor at the AGM. All motions must be received prior to the deadline approved by the assembly (usually 10:00 AM on the day of the AGM).
To submit your motion at the AGM:
- Complete the Motion Submission Form and bring a hard copy with you to the AGM.
- Give your form to one of the Engineers and Geoscientists BC staff at the AGM registration desk before the deadline approved by the assembly. The deadline is approved as part of the Meeting Rules.
The mover and seconder must both be present at the AGM to introduce the motion. Member motions are presented in the order they are received. Each motion is displayed for the assembly, and the mover will be asked to speak to their motion (3 minutes maximum). Members in attendance may then discuss and debate the motion, and will vote by a show of hands.