2010 Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, October 27, 2010
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Ponderosa Centre, Arbutus Room (2071 West Mall) map open link in new window (or tab)
and via Webcast

Notice of Meeting

This is your notice of the AAPS Annual General Meeting which will be held on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 from 1200 to 1400.  The meeting is being held in the Ponderosa Centre, (Arbutus Room) on the Point Grey Campus. 

Meeting Agenda

The Agenda is provided below. scroll_down

Please note this year our guest speaker is Dr. David Farrar, Provost and Vice President Academic.

Audited Financial Statements

Members will be asked to approve our year-end statements at the AGM.  Here are the 2009/2010 audited financial statements.  (pdf)

Board Elections - Electronic Voting Procedure

Thank you to all who have responded to the previous calls for nominations.  The AAPS Board will be elected through an on-line voting process.  Everyone will have the opportunity to vote for their Board. Previously only those that attended the Annual General meeting could vote. The successful candidates will be announced at the meeting, October 27, 2010.


We are broadcasting the meeting online.  The webcast will enable any AAPS member to observe and participate via a submit question button on their computer from anywhere in the world.  The webcast link will be sent the morning of the AGM.


  1. Call to Order
  2. Welcome
  3. Acceptance of the Agenda
  4. Guest speaker: Dr. David Farrar, Provost and Vice President Academic
  5. Approval of the Minutes of October 28, 2009  (pdf)
  6. President’s Report
  7. Executive Director Message
  8. Financial Issues
    1. Approval of Financial Statements as of
      June 30, 2010
      year end.   (pdf)
    2. Motion to transfer surplus into Reserve Funds
  9. Committee Reports
  10. Advocacy
  11. Member Professional Development
  12. Communications
  13. Announcement of Results from the on-line Vote. Presenting the  Elected Officers for the Coming Year
  14. Adjournment

Note: Additions to the agenda may be made in writing by any ten members in good standing.

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