PGO 20TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
19th Annual General Meeting Minutes - June 24, 2021
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled for June 23, 2022, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
AGM agenda package:
2022 AGM Agenda
This notice serves as the official call for nominations for PGO Council positions which will become vacant on June 23, 2022, the date of our AGM. There are 7 positions open for nominations for this year’s Council Election.
The nomination period will be from March 30 to May 1, 2022. The on-line voting will be open from May 11 to June 8.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PGO Council comprises 20 members as defined by the Professional Geoscientists Act, 2000. The Council governs the activities of the PGO, by planning and setting policies, directions and expectations for the regulatory body, monitoring progress, lending their advisory expertise to the issues of the day, and supporting the role of the PGO as the professional regulator for geoscientists in Ontario.
Council Positions by Election
Vice President – This is a progressive three-year term whereby the elected representative will serve as the VP for 2022-2023, President for 2023-2024, and Past-President for 2024-2025. Candidates must have at least one year of experience on Council.
Three (3) Councillors-at-Large – Three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in Ontario.
One (1) North West Councillor - Three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in North West Region.
One (1) North East Councillor - Three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in North East Region.
One (1) Central Councillor - Three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in Central Region.
To be nominated for Council positions by election, each candidate must submit:
Only full practising, temporary, or limited PGO registrants-in-good-standing may be nominated.
Nomination forms must be received by the CEO c/o PGO at the address below by mail, fax (416) 203-6181, or email email@example.com by May 1 2022. Late nominations cannot be accepted.
Mailing address: Professional Geoscientists Ontario, 25 Adelaide Street East, Suite 1100, Toronto, ON M5C 3A1
Council Positions by Appointment
One (1) Non-registrant Public Appointee to Council – Three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in Ontario.
One (1) Lieutenant Governor In Council Appointee (Registrant) – Appointed by the Government of Ontario for a three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in Ontario.
One (1) Lieutenant Governor in Council Appointee (Non-registrant) – Appointed by the Government of Ontario for a three-year term, 2022-2025. Candidates must reside in Ontario.
To be nominated for Council positions by appointment, each candidate must submit:
a) For Non-Registrant Public Appointee
b) For Lieutenant Governor in Council Appointees (Registrant and Non-registrant)
Please apply through Ontario’s Public Appointments Secretariat - Public appointments | ontario.ca
About PGO Council Involvement
Over the history of the PGO, many of our registrants have volunteered to serve on Council. Their contributions have been invaluable in ensuring that PGO remains focused on carrying out its mandate of protecting the public. We ask that you volunteer some of your time and talent and join your colleagues in serving the public interest through PGO.
PGO is committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion (D&I). For further information, please visit PGO's Diversity and Inclusion page.
Please contact PGO’s CEO, Tony Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.