26th Annual General Meeting

As a HUB Cycling member, you have a say in how we do things. Our AGM happens once a year, and we invite you to:

  • Hear from your Board of Directors, an elected body that works on behalf of you and holds us accountable
  • Ask questions and give feedback on matters impacting the cycling community
  • Learn about the vision for the upcoming year and hear from our President of the Board and Executive Director
  • Hear about success stories from our 10 Local Committees
  • Listen to our guest speakers and join them for Q and A after the presentation.
  • Voting has now closed (as of 10 AM Sept 20th). Ballots are being certified and the results will be announced live at the AGM


SEPTEMBER 21, 2023

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Virtual Meeting Via Zoom (register here)

In person viewing party at Creekside Community Center, Vancouver - space is limited. Register here to attend.



Dr. Alex Choi

Dr. Alex Choi is a Medical Health Officer for Vancouver Coastal Health and the MHO for the North Shore. She is a dual-certified family physician, public health specialist physician and a Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC. She holds a Medical Degree from McMaster University and a Master’s degree in Clinical Epidemiology from UBC and has served populations through public health work at the local, regional, and international levels.

An aspirational photo of a cycle highway that runs parallel to a railroad track separated by a fence. A young woman rides a cargo bike with her two children on the back. We see several other people cycling in both directions along the cycle highway behind her.

Megan Oakey

Megan Oakey has been the Provincial Manager for Injury Prevention at the BC Centre for Disease Control and the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit since 2016. Megan provides leadership in British Columbia and currently chairs multiple committees, including the BC Provincial Public Health Injury Prevention Committee, the BC Injury Prevention Alliance, and the BC Falls and Injury Prevention Community of Practice. Through her work, Megan facilitates guidance and recommendations on injury prevention to the Ministry of Health and the Provincial Public Health Executive Committee. Megan holds an MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a BHK in Exercise Science from the University of British Columbia.




Join the Vancouver Local Committee's in-person viewing party!

Creekside Community Centre! 

6:30 pm onwards.

Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

RSVP HERE to attend the in-person viewing party and social.



  • You do not need to be a member to attend, but you must be a member to vote. Join HUB here.
  • HUB staff will issue ballots to registered members once their active membership status has been verified (please allow up to 2 business days for verification).
  • Voting has now closed.
  • Meeting documents can be found in the drop down menu below

We are always looking for individuals to ​​join HUB's Board of Directors! You can find more details here.

2023 Annual General Meeting Documents 

2023 Elections - Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many seats are open in the 2023 elections?

There will be 6 seats open.


Q: In a year that requires a new board president be elected, 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. 2023 is NOT a year for a President Board of Director opening. The president candidate are not required to also run as at large Directors.



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

Yes. The president and at large director elections are separate. The president is a member of the board, but doesn't need to run as a director as well if they choose not to.

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

2022 AGM Information

2022 AGM Minutes (to be approved by the membership at the 2023 AGM)

2022 AGM Video