Nomination Period Now Open
Council sets policy direction, making critical decisions regarding the future of the profession and directly affecting practices and members. Up for election are five seats for Architects (two for Province of Ontario, two for City of Toronto, and one for Eastern Ontario), a seat for a Licensed Technologist OAA, and a non-voting seat for an Intern Architect. Learn more about the roles of Councillors and why you should run.
The OAA is governed by a Council of 15 Architects, one Licensed Technologist OAA and one Intern Architect (non-voting seat) elected by the membership, and up to five members of the public appointed by the Province of Ontario.
Council sets policy direction for the Association. Its work is assisted by more than 300 volunteers working on numerous committees, task groups and 14 Local Architectural Societies throughout Ontario, as well as by an Association staff of 32.
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Shift 2021 Resiliency Architecture Challenge
The theme for the second 2021 SHIFT Challenge is Resiliency/Architecture.
BLOAAG - Shifting Paradigms
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