The 2017 Biathlon BC annual general meeting is coming up on the May 27-28 weekend.

Here are the details of the AGM and the schedule for the weekend.

Weekend Schedule and AGM Agenda


The activities planned for the weekend involve a series of workshops that precede the AGM. These workshops will cover a variety of topics and provide clubs and participants to discuss and provide feedback to the board. The workshops begin at 9am on Saturday. The schedule for the weekend is available here: weekend schedule

The agenda for the AGM is available here:

Remote Participation

If you are not able to attend the AGM and workshops in person, you can listen and participate online. We are using the TeamViewer application to facilitate remote participation. Download the TeamViewer app at

REVISED – the meeting ID is m94-787-003 and the password is yutu2422.

Club Representatives

While anyone is welcome to attend the AGM and workshops, only club representatives have the right to participate and vote at the official AGM.

The following individuals have been appointed representatives for the AGM by their clubs. These representatives may be changed by their clubs before the start of the AGM by emailing

Bulkley: Peter Tweedie
Caledonia: Jim Connon
Cariboo: Jim Crellin
Kimberley: Tisha McGregor
Nechako: Kevin Moutray
Omineca: Wes Bender
Sea to Sky: Sarah McCaw
Sovereign: Laurie Dusik
Telemark: Lorraine Friesen
Vancouver Island: Blair Pettis
West Coast: Tim Dyke
Whistler: Jessica Blenkarn


Since our last AGM, a new Societies Act has replaced the old Society Act. Changes in the new Societies Act have made the provision in our bylaws that provide weighted votes to member clubs based on their number of registered participants invalid.

This means that at the 2017 AGM, voting members (the 12 member clubs registered with Biathlon Canada last season) will each receive one vote.

A discussion on the bylaws has been included in the schedule for the workshops.


Discounted accommodations have been arranged for those attending the AGM in person. More details are available on the Biathlon BC website here: