Annual General Meeting

workingtogether.png Softball Canada holds an Annual General Meeting and Congress every year, rotating between the three regions of the country (West - British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon; Central - Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Northwest Territories and Nunavut; Atlantic - New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador). Softball Canada works closely with the hosting Provincial/Territorial Association to ensure the proper organizing of the Annual Congress.

The Congress usually consists of a Board meeting and a Staff Forum on Thursday, Workshops on Friday and Saturday morning, the AGM on Saturday afternoon and a Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet Saturday night. Workshop topics cover various areas of Softball Canada’s operations, including Canadian Championships, Slo-Pitch, Long-Term Player Development, Coaching, New Initiatives, Technology, etc. Every two years (even years), rule changes are proposed and discussed for the Softball Canada rulebook.

Concurrently to the workshops, there are also Umpire meetings, where Provincial/Territorial Umpires in Chief and members of the Officiating Development Committee discuss a variety of topics related to the Officiating program.

Delegates who attend the Congress include Provincial and Territorial Association Presidents, Board Members and Staff, as well as umpires and other observers.


2016 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - WHITEHORSE, YT

Softball Canada in partnership with Softball Yukon will host the 2016 Softball Canada Congress in Whitehorse at the Coast High Country Inn which is located at:

4051 4th Avenue
Whitehorse YT
Y1A 1H1


Useful Information and Forms (Downloads)

2016 Congress Schedule
2016 Playing Rule Change Proposals

2016 Special Operating Rules (SOR) Motions
2016 Softball Canada Hall of Fame Banquet Ticket Order Form


HISTORY - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING LOCATIONS

2015 - Winnipeg, MB
2014 - Charlottetown, PEI
2013 - Yellowknife, NWT
2012 - Calgary, AB
2011 - Halifax, NS
2010 - Regina, SK
2009 - Ottawa, ON
2008 - Fredericton, NB
2007 - Whitehorse, YT
2006 - St. John`s, NL
2005 - Montreal, QC
2004 - Richmond, BC
2003 - Winnipeg, MB
2002 - Summerside, PEI
2001 - Edmonton, AB
2000 - Kitchener, ON
1999 - Halifax, NS
1998 - Saskatoon, SK
1997 - Toronto, ON
1996 - St. John, NB
1994-95 - Whitehorse, YT (Apr 1995)
1993 - St. John's, NL
1992 - Calgary, AB
1991 - Winnipeg, MB
1990 - Charlottetown, PEI
1989 - Vancouver, BC
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