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OCT 25-27: APEGBC Annual Conference and AGM Registration Now Open

Registration Now Open for the APEGBC Annual Conference and AGM
October 25-27, 2012, Victoria, British Columbia

APEGBC’s Annual Conference and AGM is the Association’s biggest event of the year, combining two days of professional development sessions with technical tours, a tradeshow, social events, and culminating in the 93rd Annual General Meeting. The conference will take place October 25-27, 2012 at the Victoria Conference Centre, in downtown Victoria, BC, just steps away from the city’s inner habour.
The Conference professional development will offer over 70 hours worth of sessions, with streams devoted to building codes; management; engineering and geoscience in the resource sector; environmental engineering, municipal engineering; structural engineering; young professionals; better business; and more. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the field from subject matter experts and colleagues within their engineering or geoscience discipline. For those unable to attend, recordings of conference sessions will be available for purchase.
An opportunity to connect with your APEGBC peers, the conference hosts four keynotes and four social events, including an exhibitor wine and beer reception and the President’s Awards Gala. The tradeshow will feature 48 exhibitors and showcase materials and services geared towards engineering and geoscience professionals. 
On Saturday, October 27 at 8:30 am, the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC will hold its 93rd Annual General Meeting. Here, members will hear from Council on the Association’s activities over the past year, and have a chance to raise issues for discussion relating to APEGBC’s mandate. All members are encouraged to attend the meeting which will be held in Carson Hall at the Victoria Conference Centre. There is no charge to attend the AGM business portions of the Annual Conference.
More information on conference sessions and activities, as well as online registration, is available on the conference website at www.apeg.bc.ca/ac2012/.

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