2023 Nanaimo – April 14-16

April 14-16, 2023

Nanaimo Convention


Welcome to Nanaimo

The 2023 AVICC AGM & Convention will be held in Nanaimo from Friday April 14 to Sunday April 16 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre. The City of Nanaimo and the Regional District of Nanaimo will be our hosts, and we thank them for supporting the association.

AVICC would like to thank the Snuneymuxw First Nation, the Qualicum First Nation, and the Snaw-naw-as (Nanoose) First Nation for welcoming our members to their territories for the upcoming convention, and we look forward to their involvement throughout.  


Registration for the 2023 convention is available through CivicInfo BC at the following link:

2023 AVICC AGM & Convention Registration

Early Bird Registration is available until March 22.


The draft convention program with detailed information on the schedule, sessions, study tours, social events and convention logistics is available at:

2023 AVICC Convention Program (DRAFT)
The program will remain in draft status until shortly prior to the convention to allow for modifications due to speaker availability and potential emergent issues.


The convention brochure with information on the pre-convention sessions, study tours, social events and convention logistics is available at:

2023 AVICC Brochure

Hotel Information

Hotel blocks have been set up at hotels near the Vancouver Island Conference Centre.  Information is available at:

2023 AVICC AGM & Convention Accommodations

Other Information

The AVICC Executive is pleased to present a wide variety of informative sessions for delegates this year. Thank you to members who sent in their suggestions for workshops to ensure the program reflects what members want included at this year’s convention.

The Executive met as the Resolutions Committee on March 17, and the Annual Report and Resolutions Package will be emailed out to members at the end of March.

AVICC plans to source the food and beverage served at the convention from Island Good suppliers.

The AVICC acknowledges that we are grateful to live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the 
Coast Salish, Nuu-Chah-Nulth and Kwak-Waka’wakw Peoples