Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Association
Notice of AGM 2020
In accordance with SPA Bylaws, notice is hereby given for the Annual General Meeting of the Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Association.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting will not be held in Regina as planned. It will instead take place remotely, via GoToWebinar, on Saturday, April 25, 2020:
Panel discussion: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
AGM: 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
To register for the Panel discussion / AGM, please visit this link by 8:00 a.m. April 25:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. If you would like further information about using GoToWebinar, please view this YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQ3Xwwgbd8Y
Everyone is welcome to attend the panel discussion. However, we ask that the AGM be limited to SPA members only.
All member PTs that attend will be entered in a door prize draw for coverage of the SK portion of a 2020/2021 CPA membership!
SPA Panel Discussion: Physiotherapy During a Pandemic
Tentative list of panelists (more to be confirmed):
- Stacey Lovo: Assistant Professor, MPT Program, School of Rehabilitation Science, and telerehabilitation researcher and clinician
- Jeremy McAllister: eHealth manager for PABC and Program Manager for the Program for Excellence in Telerehabilitation Education and Research at UBC
- Greg Sutton: Founder / CEO of TinyEYE Therapy Services
- Natasha Wilch: PT, telehealth clinician and clinic owner, Symphony Rehabilitation
All relevant documents will be posted to the SPA website as they become available. Please consult the Members Area of the website to see these documents (log in at www.saskphysio.org). If you need log-in credentials, your username is your first name initial, last name (so Mary Smith would be msmith). If you don’t know your password, you can reset it.
Important New Information on Voting, Credentialing and Proxy Voting
All members wishing to vote must register using the above GoToWebinar link by 8:00 a.m. April 25 to allow the Credentialing Committee to credential members prior to the meeting. (“Credentialing” means that membership and proxy certificates have been confirmed to identify the number of votes a member will carry at the meeting.)
Please note the following points about assigning proxy:
- A member may hold no more than ten (10) proxy certificates.
- Members may not send blank (but signed) proxy certificates to other members. When a certificate is signed, it must contain the name of the nominee (proxy holder).
- “Nominee” refers to the proxy holder while “Nominator” refers to the member conferring the right to vote.
- The proxy may be revoked by the Nominator up to the end of the Annual General Meeting by delivering, in writing, to the Chair of the meeting, the notice of the revocation, duly signed by the Nominator.
Any proxy certificates received will allow the member in attendance online holding the proxy certificates to represent the associated number of votes.