Notice of Annual General Meeting

In accordance with section 20 of By-Law No. 1, which relates to the administrative affairs of PEO, the 2017 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017, commencing at 8:30 a.m. at the Valhalla Inn, 1 Valhalla Inn Road, Thunder Bay. No registration is required.

As noted in section 17 of By-Law No. 1, the AGM of PEO is held for the following purposes: to lay before members the reports of the council and committees of the association; to inform members of matters relating to the affairs of the association; and to ascertain the views of the members present at the meeting on matters relating to the affairs of the association. Officers of PEO and other members of both the outgoing and incoming councils will be in attendance to hear such views and to answer questions. PEO President George Comrie, P.Eng., FEC, will preside and present his annual report to the AGM. The president-elect, officers and councillors for the 2017-2018 term will take office at the meeting.


Submissions by members at PEO’s AGM are a vehicle for members in attendance to express their views on matters relating to the affairs of the association, but are not binding on council. A member submission should clearly describe the issue being addressed and indicate how it advances the objects of the Professional Engineers Act, which define the mandate and responsibilities of PEO. To ensure member submissions receive proper consideration at the AGM, members must submit typed submissions to Registrar Gerard McDonald, MBA, P.Eng., by no later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, April 7, 2017. Submissions must be signed by the mover and seconder, either of whom must be present at the meeting. Submissions will only be accepted by email to A guidance document on the content and format of submissions is available from the AGM page of the PEO website at Submissions received by the April 7, 2017 deadline will be published on the AGM page of the PEO website and included as part of the registration package.

Member submissions will be referred to the Executive Committee or council for consideration after the AGM. The mover and seconder of a member submission will be invited to address the submission at the meeting at which the submission is to be considered.

Gerard McDonald, MBA, P.Eng., Registrar