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Register for annual general meeting

May 27, 2014

Wednesday, June 11
7 to 8:30 p.m. 
Hotel MacDonald, Edmonton

The meeting will be webcast for those who cannot attend in person.
View the meeting agenda

Pre-registration is required, whether participating in person or online. Registration will be open until noon on Friday, June 6.

Attending in person
ACP has reserved space at the Hotel MacDonald to accommodate a limited number of individuals, based on previous attendance numbers. Voting members will be given priority for the limited number of seats available at the event. To register, please contact Leslie Ainslie at or call 780-990-0321.

Attending online
ACP will offer a webcast of the annual general meeting, beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 11. You must register in advance to view the webcast. Register online now for the AGM.

Resolution and voting information
Voting members in attendance and those who pre-register and participate through distance delivery will constitute the quorum for the meeting. Pre-registered members participating at a distance will be able to participate in the discussion through computer enabled technology, but will not be able to vote on items other than the final resolutions from the meeting.

Both those voting members in attendance and those who pre-register and participate through distance delivery will be invited to vote on resolutions (as potentially amended during the AGM) through an electronic ballot after the AGM.

NOTE: Only those voting members participating in the meeting will be able to vote on the resolutions, as being party to the context of the discussion about each resolution is important to your decision.

Who is a voting member?

Section 19 of the ACP bylaws define a voting member as:

  1. A clinical pharmacist or an honourary life-pharmacist registrant
  2. A pharmacy technician or an honourary life-pharmacy technician registrant

What resolutions are being discussed?

The following two resolutions will be discussed at this year’s AGM:

  1. Resolution to re-affirm the need to transmit complete prescription information via Netcare
  2. Resolution to mandate all drug sampling be done via drug sample cards dispensed from licensed pharmacies