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Feb 20 2019 Event /

Annual General Meeting

6:30 PM Mix & Mingle, 7:30 PM Presentations and Q&A

Arts & Letters Club
14 Elm Street


The 132nd(ish) Annual General Meeting of the TSA will be taking place on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at the historic 1891 Arts & Letters Club.

Please join us for a casual reception with great food and a cash bar beginning at 6:30 pm in advance of the program. The official agenda of the meeting will being at 7:30 p.m.

In order to facilitate the evening’s proceedings, we kindly ask members to review these documents prior to the AGM.


  • Registration and Reception
    (6:30 – 7:15 PM)
  • Call to Order
    (7:15 PM)
  • Welcome Remarks by TSA Chair
  • Annual Report
    Review of 2018 Initiatives
    Review of 2018 Financial Report
  • Review and Approval of 2019 Budget
  • Election of Treasurer
  • Review and Approval of Revised TSA By-Laws
  • Meeting Adjourns
    (9:00 PM)

Anyone wishing to learn more about the TSA and looking to get involved should be sure to attend this meeting!

A reminder that only members in good standing are eligible to vote during the Annual General Meeting of the Society. If you are unsure if you are a member-in-good-standing please contact us at tsa@torontosocietyofarchitects.ca


Our 2018 Annual Report is out, chock full of information about all that we have accomplished in the past year and the people that made it happen! See what your support has allowed us to do!



The following nomination was received for the position of Treasurer of the Toronto Society of Architects. Election of the Treasurer will take place during the Annual General Meeting.

Alana Young, OAA, CAHP

Alana has been volunteering with the TSA since 2012 and has acted on the executive board since 2017, leading the TSA Building Tours initiative and liaising with the City of Toronto for the Doors Open Toronto programme. Alana is a registered architect with the OAA, a CAHP heritage building specialist and works as Project Manager for the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Alana also enjoys volunteering with her neighbourhood association and helps to mentor architectural interns in the community.
Alana is keen to step up into the role of Treasurer, as an opportunity to help shape the future of the TSA.


Over the past year the TSA Officers and Executive, with the advice of its Advisory Committee, have been working to renew the Society’s By-Laws to be reflective of the growing needs of our organization and with the aim of improving inclusion, transparency and accountability.

The last time these by-laws were revised was in 1987.

The following By-Laws will be presented for adoption during the Annual General Meeting of the Society. If approved by the membership, the By-Laws will be forwarded to the OAA Council for filing.

You can read the previous By-Laws here. For your convenience we have prepared a summary of the changes being proposed and the rationale behind them which you can find here.