Membership News

A Message from David Main, BCWWA’s President

Under the leadership of our CEO, Tanja McQueen, the BC Water & Waste Association has undertaken significant change over the past several years, making investments in new programs such as public awareness and government advocacy, new services including member news and information, and enhancements to existing programs for education and professional development. These changes have positioned the Association for a bright future as the leading organization for water and wastewater professionals in BC and the Yukon. 

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Membership News: Vote now in the BCWWA 2016-17 Board Elections

Each year, an election is held to fill vacant Board positions.

Visit the Board Elections page to learn more and meet the candidates for Director at Large: 

  • Stephen Horsman, AECOM; and 
  • Rosemary Smart, Hagensborg Waterworks District.

How to vote

  • Log in to your BCWWA account at www.bcwwa.org
  • Click on "Voting" on the left menu of the login screen. You are currently eligible to vote in one BCWWA voting session.
  • Click the "Vote" button to proceed. 
  • Select your candidate. 
  • Click "Vote" and you are done!

A vote confirmation receipt will appear. You may print this for your records.

Voting closes at noon on April 12, 2016.

Election results will be announced at the BCWWA Annual General Meeting (AGM), on May 2, 2016. The AGM takes place at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler in conjunction with the 44th BCWWA Annual Conference and Trade Show.

Questions or difficulty voting? Contact Debbie Vance by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 604 433-9354 / toll free: 1-877-433-4389, ext. 232.

 

Membership News: 2016 Membership Fee Change

On April 1, 2016, BCWWA membership fees are changing to $99 per year for all members, except students.

Why? Over the past few years, the Association has expanded the scope of services offered to members, including public education and advocacy to government; training courses; educational and networking events; and information products for our members. But these services cost the Association over $200 per year, per member, and our membership rates need to move towards full cost recovery.

We have raised our membership fees in order to keep up with the rising cost of delivering high-quality products and services to our members over the past decade. 

Renew before April 1 to take advantage of discounted membership rates before they change.

As a BCWWA member you are able to:

  • Access preferred rates for quality training and professional development events.
  • Influence change as part of a strong and cohesive voice for water and wastewater issues. 
  • Stay informed about the latest industry news and best practices.
  • Build your career and your professional network of industry peers.  

Value of Membership 2016



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