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UBCIC 54th AGA

UBCIC 54th ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY (HYBRID)
SEPTEMBER 27TH – 29TH, 2022
THIRD NOTICE AND REGISTRATION LINK

September 1st, 2022

Dear Chiefs Council, sister organizations, and friends:

The UBCIC 54th Annual General Assembly (AGA) will take place September 27th – September 29th, 2022. The hybrid AGA will be at Musqueam Community Centre, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam Territory) with a virtual option via Zoom.  The meeting will follow all public health guidance regarding COVID-19. Please register here and reach out to ccregistration@ubcic.bc.ca if you would like assistance.  Attached, please find a proxy template letter if needed.

At the UBCIC AGA this year, there will be an election for UBCIC President. An official announcement and nomination forms are attached. In accordance with the UBCIC Bylaws and communicated in the 2nd notice, nominations for President are accepted from Wednesday, August 31, 2022, to Wednesday September 14th, 2022, 4:30 pm. Only those communities who are Full Members in good standing (have paid their membership dues for the current fiscal year) will be eligible to vote. Please contact Tracy Point (tpoint@ubcic.bc.ca or 604-831-4265) if you have not yet renewed your membership for the current fiscal.

Respectfully,
Andrea Glickman
Policy Director

INFORMATION TO ATTEND UBCIC 54TH ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Registration for In-Person and Virtual Attendance

Please PRE-REGISTER (https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vduChrT0iHdGUTbwYsQitPiSlweKOGivw)

no later than 4:00 pm on September 25th, 2022, to receive your meeting link.

  • Everyone must pre-register for the UBCIC Annual General Assembly Zoom meeting.
    Registration helps staff track and support meeting delegates (Chiefs, proxies, representatives), speakers and observers. Pre-registration is also required to receive a unique Zoom meeting link.
  • Be sure to use an email address that you can access as needed. Only those who register in advance for the UBCIC Chiefs Council meeting will receive their unique Zoom meeting link via email.
  • An email will be sent with your confirmation email and again the day prior to the meeting. Please retain the email with the Zoom meeting link as it will be required to join the meeting.

Registration Confirmation:  Once you have submitted the online registration form, you will receive an email within 48 hours indicating that your registration has been confirmed.  The email will be sent from no-reply@zoom.us under the subject line “UBCIC 54th ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY Confirmation”.

If you have indicated upon your registration that your community is not currently in good standing
(membership dues owing), please contact Tracy Point (
tpoint@ubcic.bc.ca)  
or 
1-604-831-4265) to arrange for payment.

Per the UBCIC Constitution and Bylaws, only members in good standing in the current fiscal year (April 1st, 2022, to March 31st, 2023) may speak from the floor or vote on resolutions brought forward during the meeting.

Registration Support:  Please direct any registration questions or concerns to Angie Bain, Registration Lead (ccregistration@ubcic.bc.ca). Angie and the registration team are also available for registration support during the meeting.

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Date:
September 27
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Website:
https://www.ubcic.bc.ca/ubcic_54th_aga

Venue

Musqueam Community Centre
6735 Salish Dr
Vancouver, British Columbia V6N 4C6 Canada
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Phone:
(604) 261-3261
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