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North Vancouver Federal Green Party Annual General Meeting (In Person)



Monday, September 12, 2022

The AGM (Annual General Meeting) for the North Vancouver EDA of the Green Party of Canada is where we establish the priorities and goals for 2022-2023 and elect our Executive Board.

You are invited to join us in person and make your voice heard.

Date:  Monday, September 12, 2022

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Location: Molly Nye House (Activity Room), 940 Lynn Valley Rd, North Vancouver, BC V7J 1Z7

On bus routes 228, 229, 240, 255 plus ample free parking in the adjacent lot.

  • 6:30 pm – Doors open for registration and socializing
  • 7:00 pm – AGM begins
    • CEO 2021-2022 report
    • Financial Agent 2021-2022 report
    • Election of the new board (as a slate) for 2022-2023 
    • Goals, priorities and GPC Leadership contest update    
  • 7:30 pm – AGM Adjournment

5-minute break

  • 7:05 pm – THE GREEN ENERGY FUTURE OF NORTH VAN HOMES presentation that includes an example of a Passive house recently built by members of our EDA.
  • 8:30 pm – End of meeting

Are you a member?

Everyone is welcome to attend, but only members in good standing can vote. If you are not a current member or your membership expired more than 1 year ago, you must become a member by August 11, 2022, in order to vote at this AGM. If your membership has lapsed within the last 12 months, you can renew your membership up until the time the meeting begins, either online or in person at the beginning of this AGM.

Do you want to serve on the board?

If you are interested in joining the Executive Board, please send an email to so the team can follow up with you and answer any questions you may have.

Each EDA must have at least a CEO and a Financial Agent. Other members of the Board are members-at-large who help organize local events and manage our social media/communications. The board usually meets 5-6 times a year and Board members are asked to respond to emails in a timely manner. All types of volunteer skills are valuable and appreciated.

Protect Early Farmland in BC

The farmland is located on 192nd Street in Campbell Heights, Surrey BC. With its beach-like sandy soil upon a level hill-top, it never floods, it can be planted or harvested on nearly any day of the year and has a special micro-climate suited for early production. Western Canada’s potato harvest starts on this farmland each year. Thereafter, an estimated 30-50 million servings of potatoes, carrots, cabbage, parsnips, and squash are produced from the land annually. That’s enough fresh food to put a vegetable serving on every Metro-Vancouverite’s dinner plate for 2-3 weeks. As harvest begins before other vegetable fields in BC, this land reduces BC’s reliance on imported vegetables.  

Sadly, this exact parcel of farmland is slated to be sold and developed into industrial buildings.

Join the call to protect the unique 300-acre parcel of prime farmland for current and future generations.


Federal Electoral Districts – Redistribution 2022: Public Hearing

There are two public hearings on the North Shore about the current Federal Electoral Districts Redistribution process:

West VancouverWest Vancouver Memorial Library
1950 Marine Drive
Thursday, June 23, 20225:30 p.m.
North VancouverPinnacle Hotel
138 Victory Ship Way
Monday, June 27, 20227:00 p.m.

Information about the proposed changes to the North Vancouver electoral district boundary can be found at this website.

You can register to attend or send a written comment.