Annual reports and schedule of upcoming annual meetings
The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) historically has held its Annual Meeting and General Council in the various jurisdictional locations based on four cycles, each spanning nine years.
However, with governance changes enacted since 2008 the rotation system has changed. In 2009, the board approved a single 19-year cycle to start at the end of the current cycle. Annual meetings are now held in various regions across the country based on the allocation of CMA director positions per province/territory. That allocation, in turn, is based on one director per 6,000 CMA members in the jurisdiction, according to current membership data.
CMA meeting rotation - 2015-29
CMA’s audited financial statements for 2016 are included in the 2017 Report to Members. Note that CMA’s financial statements are special purpose statements. The audited financial statements for each of the subsidiaries (CMA Holdings 2014 Inc., Joule Inc. and MD Financial Holdings) are available upon request.