2023 Annual General Meeting & Elections

Insurance Institute Northern Alberta

Microsoft Teams Video Conferencing, Edmonton, AB Map
Date and Time: June 22, 2023 3 p.m. - June 25, 2023 4 p.m. MDT

To: All Members in good standing of the Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta and other designated invitees:

The Annual General Meeting of the Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta (the Institute) will be held on Thursday June 22, 2023 at 3 P.M.  through Microsoft Teams video conferencing. Elections for all roles on the Institute's Governing Council will take place at this Meeting of the Institute.

AIC # 65141 - 1 CE Hour General & Adjuster

A formal Notice of Meeting will be delivered to the last known email address of all current members.  Please note attendance for the AGM requires current membership renewal.

Are you interested in participating on the Institute council?

All roles on the Institute Council are filled through the elections at the Annual General Meeting.  This includes Commitee roles, Commitee Chair roles, as well as the Executive Committee roles such as President, Executive VP/Secretary-Treasurer, VP Academic Division, VP Professionals Division.

The Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta, the local representation of the Insurance Institute of Canada, is a not-for-profit entity in existence to serve the educational and professional development needs of the p&c insurance industry. As such, to ensure the Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta continues to meet the distinct local needs of our industry, our local direction, educational programming, and events are guided by a volunteer Council made up of professionals from all areas of our Northern Alberta industry. With the  AGM coming up, the Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta Council is looking to add to its roster a number of experienced and influential individuals who have spirit and enthusiasm for the industry and who have an interest in contributing to the guidance and direction of the Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta.

Academic Division (headed by VP Academic - Executive Committee Role)

The CIP Program: While the CIP educational curriculum is developed by the Insurance Institute of Canada, locally the IINA is empowered to deliver the program to Northern Alberta, NWT and Nunavut. That involves the scheduling of the classes, instructor recruitment / retention / development, our geographical reach and, overall, ensuring that our local delivery of the program meets the needs of our local students and employers. Council’s role is forward thinking in developing strategic plans for the future direction of the local delivery of the program.

Seminars: In addition to the CIP program, IINA is also deeply involved in delivering supplementary educational offerings in the form of seminars and speaker events. Council is pivotal in developing topics and securing speakers that will be interesting and relevant to our membership and the industry as a whole. Ongoing education is critical in our ever-changing industry and IINA responds with seminar opportunities.

Professionals Division (headed by VP Professionals - Executive Committee role)

Symposium: The Symposium Committee plans and organizes our annual CIP Society Symposium event which provides a full day of professional and leadership development alongside multiple networking opportunities with insurance and business leaders. Symposium brings together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused and on a wide range of subjects to foster learning, inspiration and provoke conversations that matter.

Operations: Council works to identify suitable CIP Society social/networking events. Our Operations Committee has been responsible for our Convocation, Golf Tournament and more recently the Battle of the Insurance Bands. Not only do these events provide a useful and enjoyable venue for industry members to gather, socialize, and network, they also help to create a heightened awareness of the Insurance Institute of Northern Alberta and help to project and promote the professional image of the IINA. Bundling all of these objectives into a fun and entertaining event is the goal!

Council members commit to meet every second month  from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm for regularly scheduled Council Meetings. Additional time may be needed depending on the specific Council role and committee.

If you would like to contribute to the direction and success of the Institute in serving Northern Alberta industry professionals, please call Nicole McMillan at 780-424-1268 or email at nmcmillan@insuranceinstitute.ca



  1. Notice of Meeting and Proof of Service

  2. Report on Quorum

  3. Previous AGM Minutes

  4. Report of the President

  5. Academic Division Report

  6. Professional Division Report

  7. Annual Financial Statements and Auditors Report

  8. Approval of Acts of Directors

  9. Election of New Officers and Directors

  10. Appointment of Auditor

  11. Banking Resolution

  12. Other Business & Adjournment