BCBC 56th Annual General Meeting & Panel (MEMBERS & INVITED GUESTS ONLY)

Event Description

Please note, this event is open to BCBC members and invited guests only.

On June 2nd, the Business Council of British Columbia will host our 56th Annual General Meeting followed by a panel conversation among Canadian leaders sharing their global perspectives on Canada's Place in a Changed World.

Join us as we extend a heartfelt thank you to Jeff Zweig for an incredibly impactful two-year term as Chair. We will also welcome our incoming chair and the new members of our Executive Committee and Board of Governors.

Following our AGM business, we are pleased to present a panel on Canada's Place in a Changed World featuring special guest speakers, Ed Greenspon, President and CEO at Public Policy Forum, Hon. Lisa Raitt, Vice Chair at CIBC, and Dominic Barton, Chair of the Board at Rio Tinto.

We are excited to bring BCBC members together to reconnect at this first major BCBC in-person gathering following a two-year hiatus. We encourage you to secure your tickets today.

Event Agenda

7:30 am - Breakfast & Registration

8:00 am - Annual General Meeting

9:00 am - Panel: Canada's Place in a Changed World

10:00 am - Event Ends

Notice of the Agenda for the Business Council of British Columbia's 56th Annual General Meeting:

  • the approval of the minutes of the 55th Annual General Meeting
  • approval of the financial statements of the Business Council for the year ending December 31, 2021
  • announcement of our new Chair
  • the election of new members of the Executive Committee and Board of Governors
  • reports from the Chair and President

All ticket sales are final. Please contact info@bcbc.com for any questions.

  • Location:Pan Pacific Vancouver, 999 Canada Place #300, Vancouver, B.C., V6C 3B5
  • Date: Thursday, June 02, 2022
  • Time: 7:30am - 10:00am
  • BCBC Member Tickets:
    • Individual Ticket:
      $55 + GST
    • Half Table of 4:
      $199 + GST
    • Full Table of 8:
      $389 + GST

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