On Saturday, October 2, 2021, BC Schizophrenia Society will be hosting its Annual General Meeting.

During the meeting we are excited to be presenting Dr. Mahesh Menon with this year’s BCSS Champion Award for the work his has done over the years to help bring cognitive remediation training to BC. Dr. Menon been instrumental in helping train and establish the cognitive remediation training pilot sites across BC. Cognitive remediation training helps people who are able to successfully manage their schizophrenia spectrum disorder through medication improve their cognition and functioning. Read more about what’s currently happening in BC.

After the conclusion of the formal AGM, BCSS will be hosting Caitlin Lemiski, Director of Policy from the Office of Privacy and Information Commissioner of BC. Ms. Lemiski will provide family members and mental health professionals alike information and resources on how to better work together to share information to provide care and support for a person living with serious mental illness. She’ll review the current legislation, including the Freedom of Information and Privacy Protection Act and the Personal Information Protection Act. Register and learn more today!

2020/21 Annual General Meeting Notice & BCSS AGM Education Series

Saturday, October 2, 2021   |   1:00 P.M.

Please R.S.V.P.: events@bcss.org  |  604-270-7841 | WWW.BCSS.ORG/AGM2021

This presentation is available province-wide online through webcasting.
Please contact us for more information and registration.

British Columbia Schizophrenia Society
2020/21 Annual General Meeting Agenda

  1. Welcome and Call to Order
  2. Approval of Agenda
  3. Approval of Minutes from 2019-20 AGM on September 26, 2020
  4. Approval of Audited Financial Statements
  5. Appointment of Auditor for 2021-22
  6. Annual Report of 2020-21
  7. Approval of the Board of Directors 2021/22 List
  8. Message from CEO
  9. Other Business
    • BCSS Champion Award to Dr. Mahesh Menon
  10. Motion to Adjourn

Only official 2021/22 Members of BC Schizophrenia Society are able to vote in the BC Schizophrenia Society Annual General Meeting.

To become a member, submit your application and membership fee online at www.bcss.org/membership or download an application form, complete and mail it and your membership fee to the BCSS Provincial Office at 1100 – 1200 West 73rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC. All membership applications must be received by Friday, September 24, 2021.

Funding for this event is generously provided by: