Annual General Meeting
An annual general meeting or AGM, is a meeting that official bodies and associations involving the general public (including companies with shareholders), are often required by the law, constitution, charter, by-laws etc. governing the body to hold every year for members in good standing. At the AGM, members will elect the board of directors; receive information about the past year’s activities, progress, achievements and milestones; find out about the organization’s financial health; make changes to the incorporation objects and bylaws; receive information on future directions and ask questions. Hockey Alberta’s fiscal year concludes on July 31 and we host our AGM in November to report on that previous year. It is important for Executive Members of member Minor Hockey Associations and Junior/Senior Club Teams to attend the AGM to exercise your right to vote in the election and for Notices of Motion for Bylaw changes. It is also important for registered Accredited Schools, Sledge Hockey programs, Recreational Hockey programs and sanctioned leagues to attend the AGM to participate in discussions with the membership about the future of the game.