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AIC-BC Victoria Chapter

What is the impact of Airbnb units on residential values?

February 22, 2017 – 5:00pm

BC Assessment Head Office Conference Room
above Best Buy at Uptown Mall

Cost:
$25 – Designated Members
$15 – Candidate and Student Members

A full course meal will be provided. Please advise any personal dietary restrictions to

Join in with our panel of industry experts to explore the recent phenomenon of Airbnb units and their impact on residential values in the Victoria marketplace.

Panel Members:
Sherry Wondga, CRA, Appraiser
Kyle Kerr, Realtor
Nancy Paine, Airbnb Owner
Patricia Whitefield, Insurance Broker
Cheryl Johns, Mortgage Broker
Terry Farmer, Hotel Owner

 

Please click here to register by February 20, 2017.

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Professional Practice Seminar

Below is a list of Professional Practice Seminar (PPS) 1-day classroom sessions scheduled for BC in 2017.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Members who register early will receive the discounted price listed in the table below. The price of the seminar increases as we move closer to the end of the Continuing Professional Development cycle – December 31, 2017. This is to encourage members to complete the PPS early and avoid the late rush.  

 

If you would prefer to attend a webinar or take the seminar via distance learning, you may register here.  

 

CANCELLATION POLICY
AIC-BC reserves the right to cancel any session which does not meet the minimum registrant requirement. In the event a session is cancelled, members will receive a full refund and will be required to register for a different date.   Members who cancel their registration less than two weeks prior to the session date will be subject to a $25.00 cancellation fee.  

 

Venues will be posted and a confirmation email with location and time will be sent once details have been finalized.

 

 

Please click here to register.

 

 

2017

Date

Location

Instructor

Cost
+ GST

 

January 31

Holiday Inn – Vancouver Airport
10720 Cambie Road
Richmond, BC V6X 1K8
604-821-1818

Larry Dybvig

$275

 

February 16

Holiday Inn Express
15808 104th Avenue
Surrey, BC V4N 5l2
604.930.8510

John Peebles

$275

 

March 7

Victoria Chapter

Allan Beatty

$275

 

March 30 & 31, 2017

Lower Mainland – New Candidate 2-day Professional Practice Seminar

Larry Dybvig

$450

 

April 3

Lower Mainland

Larry Dybvig

$275

 

May 17

Kamloops Chapter

John Peebles

$275

 

June 5

Kootenay Chapter

John Peebles

$275

September 6

North Chapter

Allan Beatty

$275

September 22

Okanagan Chapter

Larry Dybvig

$300

October 5

Nanaimo Chapter

Allan Beatty

$325

October 25

Lower Mainland

Larry Dybvig

$325

November 6

Fraser Valley Chapter

Allan Beatty

$350

November 17

Lower Mainland

John Peebles

$350

November 28

Victoria Chapter

Allan Beatty

$350

December 5

Lower Mainland

John Peebles

$375

 

 

 

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INDUSTRY EVENTS

Canadian Mortgage Brokers Association – BC

2017 Conference & Trade Show

February 20- 22, 2017, River Rock Resort & Casino, Richmond, BC

Conference and Trade Show Agenda

Cost:
$299 – members
$498 – non-members

AIC-BC will be exhibiting at the CMBA-BC Trade Show during the conference. Stop by and see us.

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BC Society of Landscape Architects

Whatever the weather: Resilient responses to Climate Change

March 31 – April 2, 2017 Delta Grand Okanagan Resort, Kelowna BC  

The British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects (BCSLA) is calling for presentations and papers for the 2017 Conference, Showcase and Annual General Meeting.   Until recently, human beings have generally had a free hand in shaping nature to fit our lifestyles. Consequently, we now find ourselves facing planetary climate change that is not particularly human-friendly. Understanding the capacity of ecosystems and landscapes to cope with change, depending on their history and management, is essential to removing uncertainty from our actions. A good understanding of our vulnerability to climate change, –– is the key to creating resilient communities. We ask, “What kind of world has a place for each of us, and for future generations?”

CONFERENCE FORMAT

Through a landscape design lens, invited key speakers will frame the conference theme and sub-themes. Presentations in the four sub-theme formal sessions and a general poster session, will address what we are doing, on the ground, and in our communities.

 

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: PAPERS AND POSTERS

This Call for Abstracts is open to all BCSLA Members and allies. University students in studies related to the conference sub-themes are also invited. We invite submissions from any area or discipline of landscape architecture, from wide points of view (and especially from interdisciplinary or collaborative perspectives and practices), responding to the conference theme of resilience and the four sub-themes of Mobilizing for: 1) Community Transformation to Resilience, 2) Equitable and Inclusive Livable Cities, 3) Blue-Green Infrastructure 4) A Better Built Environment.

For additional details please log on to http://www.bcsla.org/sites/default/files/BCSLA%202017%20Call%20for%20Papers_FINAL.pdf

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National Events

For national AIC Conferences, seminars and workshops, click here.

 

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