On May 10, we invite you to join us for our 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM) to learn more about CRNNS and our work in 2017. This session is a time for CRNNS and our governing Council to share the work that the organization has accomplished in 2017 and to discuss relevant items that are of interest to our members, the public and other stakeholders.
If this is your first year attending the CRNNS AGM, it may be helpful to understand what matters must be considered over the course of the meeting:
At the AGM, you can attend as either a voting delegate or as an observer:
Register as a Voting Delegate: If you are an active-practising RN or NP in good standing, you are eligible to register for the AGM as a voting delegate and exercise your rights to vote on matters brought forward by CRNNS members. Please consider the guidelines below before registering as a voting delegate.
Register as an Observer: If you do not meet the criteria of a voting delegate or wish to attend as a member of the public, you have the option to register and attend the AGM as an observer.
Please indicate on the registration form in which capacity you are attending the AGM. Online registration is open until May 3 and at-the-door registration is only available to AGM registrants and is open from 8-10:55 a.m. on May 10 subject to available seating. Click here to register.
Prior to registering as a voting delegate, here are a few things you need to know:
Although there are many opportunities to get involved in the AGM, there is an especially unique opportunity to lend a hand as an AGM scrutineer. Scrutineers are required to count votes at the AGM and play a key role in capturing accurate resolutions from the audience.
If you are interested in lending approximately 1.5 hours of your time on the morning of May 10, please email us by March 30. Previous experience attending the AGM as a voting delegate or a scrutineer is required. Scrutineers are provided with an accommodation and mileage subsidy to cover their required expenses.
One way that CRNNS members can become involved in the AGM is by submitting a resolution to be presented to voting delegates at the AGM.
A resolution is a formal statement or expression of an opinion presented to the AGM voting delegates, consistent with the RN Act and within the jurisdiction of CRNNS.
Resolutions that are supported and passed by a majority of the voting delegates at the AGM are forwarded to the CRNNS Council for further action
To submit a resolution, complete the online form below by March 26.
If you have a question, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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These terms and conditions of use may be amended from time to time. When this occurs, you will be presented with the new version and asked to indicate your acceptance once again before you are provided with access to the Committee Portal.
By accepting this agreement, and with each subsequent access to the Committee Portal, you are indicating your agreement to the terms and conditions of the preceding.
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Given name(s): Nicola Ann
Last name: Aaronson
Former name(s): Smith
CRNNS number: 12345
Type of licence: Nurse Practitioner
Status of Licence: Active Practising
Start Date: November 1 2014
Expiry Date: October 31 2015
Current Conditions and Restrictions: This nurse is not able to...
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Date of initial entry on the register: January 1, 1970
Date of removal from the register:
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Date of re-entry on the register:
NP Practice Category: Family
Collaborative Practice Effective Date: January 31, 2012
Dartmouth General Hospital
330 Main Street