25th Annual General Meeting

 

Watch the 2022 AGM recording here

2022 AGM Minutes: to be approved by membership at 2023 AGM

 

The HUB Cycling Annual General Meeting is the opportunity for HUB members and the general public to learn more about the actions and programs of the past year. If you are a current member, it is also the chance to have your voice heard by voting to elect Directors of the Board.

Voting for new directors and other motions will run online exclusively for HUB members in the weeks before the AGM. A secure voting application will be used to elect directors as well as the president of the board. If you are a member and are not planning to attend, we still urge you to register so you can vote for the HUB Board of Directors.

 

SEPTEMBER 29, 2022
REGISTER HERE 

VIRTUAL MEETING via ZOOM
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Registration from 6:30 pm onwards, AGM will start at 7:00 pm.

Advanced voting for Board Directors will run from Sep 12-28th
Register for the AGM to receive your ballot by email. 
V
oting is open to current HUB members only.

 

Meeting Documents: 2022 Meeting documents will be made available closer to the September 29th

Nominations for HUB Cycling Board of Directors have now closed. If you are interested in joining the board for next year, you can find out more details in the link below: 

Find out more here!


Join a Local Committee

You may also want to attend a local HUB committee meeting in your area to find out more about the work we do. HUB's local committees are made up of volunteers that meet regularly to discuss cycling issues specific to each municipality. You are welcome to join!

Click on your city to see learn information:

FAQ's - 2022 Elections

 

Q:How many seats are open in the 2022 elections?

There are 5 director roles open this year, including the position of Board President, a director role as per HUB Cycling by-laws.

6 incumbent directors are in the middle of their 2-year term and are not up for re-election.

 

Q: What happens if the newly elected President doesn’t get enough votes to also win a board member seat?

If the newly elected President didn't get enough votes to also win a board "member" seat, they would still be president and the highest ranked 4 Board members would be elected.

 

Q: Can someone run for President but not Board of Director?

No. The President of the Board is considered a Director as per HUB Cycling by-laws

 

Q: How does HUB keep the election process independent and verify the results?

HUB Cycling uses the independent online voting platform Simply Voting Inc. which is a full-service provider of secure, hosted online elections. 

Over 4000 organizations from municipalities to universities to unions rely on Simply Voting for safely executing their elections. 

HUB Cycling staff oversee the ballot process and once the election has started until the day it completes, only Simplyvoting Inc has access to the results. 

Once the election is over, Simply Voting sends a verified results report to HUB Cycling. These results are then passed on to a board appointed elections officer (a board member not running in the election or an individual not associated with the election like a former board member) who will then announce the results at the AGM.

 

Q: How can people be involved if they run for the Board but are not elected?

There are many valuable ways that people can volunteer with HUB Cycling, from being an advisor in their area of expertise, to joining a local committee to advance cycling advocacy, to supporting our education and events programming. To find out more go to bikehub.ca/volunteer