Liz Cookson

Call for Nominations – January 28th Deadline

The AVICC Executive is putting out a first call for nominations for elected officials to serve on the 2022/2023 AVICC Executive. Information on how to nominate members, eligibility and responsibilities of the Executive are included in the document linked at the

Call for Resolutions – January 28th Deadline

The AVICC Executive is putting out a first call for resolutions to be considered at the 2022 convention. The convention is being planned as an in-person event to be held April 1-3 in Victoria at the Conference Centre. AVICC member

Workshop & Speaker Suggestions by Nov. 25

Suggest a Workshop or Speaker The 2022 AGM and Convention is planned for April 1 to 3 at the Victoria Conference Centre. Is there a topic you’d like to hear about? Do you have a speaker you’d like to suggest?

Recordings of Convention Sessions

Recordings of Convention Sessions The 2021 AGM and Convention were recorded for delegates to view. The recordings are broken up into the AM session and the PM session. Delegates can access the recordings at and will require their login

2021 Resolutions Voting Results

Results of 2021 Resolutions Vote President Morrison announced the results of the resolutions vote at the May 28th AGM and Convention. A summary of the results is available to download at: RESULTS And the results can be viewed below:  

2021 Annual Report and Resolutions Package

Annual Report and Resolutions Package The Annual Report and Resolutions Package for this year’s convention is now available at: 2021 Annual Report The Annual Report has been emailed to all member local governments for distribution to all elected officials. It

2021 Convention Program

2021 Convention Program AVICC is now able to follow up on our previous announcements about the sessions being offered on May 28th with the program timeline. The program is available at the following link – 2021 Program The program remains

2021 Submitted Resolutions and Process

2021 Resolutions Process AVICC has received a large volume of resolutions this year. There were 46 resolutions received by the March 26th deadline. This compares to 39 resolutions received by the deadline in 2020, 48 resolutions in 2019, and 38 resolutions

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