Annual General Meeting

November 20, 2016 at 1pm - 3pm
Twawwassen Library
1321A 56th St
Delta, BC V4L 2A6
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Arno Schortinghuis ·

Please join the British Columbia Cycling Coalition for our Annual General Meeting as we review last year's highlights and reveal our plans for moving the organization and cycling forward in BC.

The doors open at 12:30pm. Please arrive early to register and enjoy some treats!

Featured will be our campaigns to increase cycling and walking funding to $1 billion over ten years and to update the Motor Vehicle Act to make cycling safer and more comfortable. Learn more about these campaigns and how you can be involved.

To vote for directors, your membership must be up-to-date as of November 20, 2016. You can check your membership status, renew your membership or become a member at: You can also renew your membership on-site before the start of the meeting.

Draft Agenda

Director Candidates

Call For Directors

We are seeking individuals dedicated to transforming B.C. into a fantastic place to ride a bicycle for transportation, recreation and tourism to stand for nomination to our board of directors. More info here.



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Monthly Individual Membership

The BC Cycling Coalition is the leading provincial voice for people who cycle. By joining the BCCC, you are supporting our efforts to improve cycling around the province for people of all ages and abilities.

Our team has over 60 combined years of experience successfully championing improvements and developing innovative programs that encourage more people to cycle more often. These successes, achieved through engaging government, individuals and businesses include:

  • Increased funding for cycling facilities in communities by 50% over three years, $18 million
  • Doubling the frequency of shoulder sweeping on highways popular with cyclists
  • Province adopting a cycling tourism strategy
  • Wider paths on the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge, $20 million
  • Cycling and Walking safety upgrades to the Stanley Park Causeway, $7 million
  • Central Valley Greenway, $40 million
  • Cycling and Walking Path on the Canada Line Bridge, $10 million
  • Protected bike lanes on the Burrard Bridge, $30 million less than sidewalk widening

Your individual membership with ongoing monthly reoccurring payments will be much appreciated. This commitment will help provide more certainty for our campaigns, advocacy efforts and programs.

  • If you are a new member, you will be eligible to vote at our AGM and receive membership benefits once your totally contributions reach $15 (half of an yearly individual membership).
  • If you are renewing your membership, you will continue to eligible to vote and receive membership benefits as long as the month payments continue.


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