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Fifth level

IAP2 Canada

Annual General Meeting

April 25, 2014


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IAP2 Canada champions the practice of people-focused approaches to support sustainable relationships and outcomes.


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Agenda

Call to Order / Welcome / Quorum Check

1

Adoption of Agenda

2

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Treasurer’s Report & Motion

3

Approval of Minutes from

May 7, 2013 (http://www.iap2canada.ca/Resources/Documents/AGM%202013/IAP2Canada-AGM2013-DraftMinutes-1.docx)

Approval of 2014-2015 Board

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Highlights from 2013

7

New Business


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2013 Highlights

As a new and developing organization, our priorities for 2013 are to build a sustainable organization, develop value for membership and advance the practice of public participation.


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Key Accomplishments in 2013

  • Chapter Development

    • St. Lawrence/St. Laurent emerging chapter (bilingual)

    • Chapter Agreements signed with the following existing and emerging chapters:

      • BC, Prairies, Great Lakes, and St. Lawrence-St.Laurent

  • Research Initiative

    • Goal #1 Build capacity and share knowledge on Canadian best practices

    • Goal #2 Promote research collaboration, partnership, & networking across Canada

    • Goal #3 Advance the practice and contribute to P2 research in Canada

  • Outreach & Collaboration

    • Participated in over 10 outreach opportunities with various organizations

  • Organizational Stability

    • Administrative support contract with Amelia Shaw Consulting

  • Member Services

    • Monthly learning webinars & mentorship program


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Looking ahead in 2014

  • Core Values Awards

    • Applications open until May 14th to recognize best of public engagement in Canada – 4 new Canadian awards (iap2canada.ca/corevaluesawards)

  • North American Conference

    • Winnipeg September 28-30

    • Registration open at iap2canada.ca/na2014conference

  • Launch of Foundations in P2 Certificate

    • New course to replace the IAP2 Certificate in Public Participation (2 courses instead of 3 with revised content) launches July 1

  • Public Participation Certification

    • Task force currently developing accreditation for P2 practitioners

  • Learning Strategy

    • Core competencies and professional development

  • Advocacy, strategic partnerships & more integration with chapters


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Membership Update


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Membership Update


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Treasurer’s Report

  • Motion to grant IAP2 Canada Board of Directors authority to appoint an auditor annually.


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Nominations Committee &

Board Elections

  • Deputy Board Members

  • Kent Aitken (Ottawa)

  • Meghan Bratt (Toronto)

  • Amanda Mitchell (Vancouver)

  • Luc Richard (Dieppe)

  • New Board Members (2014-2016)

  • Jan Bloomfield (Edmonton)

  • Dejana Knih (Calgary)

  • Pattie LaCroix (Halifax)

  • Hugo Mimee (Montreal)

  • Noreen Rude (Calgary)

  • Natalie Seniuk (Toronto)

  • Continuing Board Members (2013-2015)

  • Maria DeBruijn (Edmonton)

  • Kristin Drewes (Winnipeg)

  • Anne Harding (Calgary)

  • Brenda Pichette (Ottawa)

  • Tiffany Skomro (Winnipeg)

  • Kevin Thorvaldson (Calgary)


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