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Canadian Medical Assocation

The CMA has historically held its Annual General Meeting and General Council in various jurisdictional locations across Canada. In 2009, the board approved a single 19-year cycle which started in 2011. AGMs 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 to 2029

19-year cycle Year Provincial/territorial jurisdiction
1 2011 Newfoundland and Labrador (Aug. 21-24 – St. John’s)
2 2012 Northwest Territories (Aug. 12-15 – Yellowknife)
3 2013 Alberta (Aug. 18-21 – Calgary) | Proceedings of the 146th Annual Meeting (2013) (login required)
4 2014 Ontario (Aug. 17-20 – Ottawa) | Reports to General Council 2014 (login required) | Resolutions adopted | Proceedings of the 147th Annual Meeting (2014) (login required)
5 2015 Nova Scotia (Aug. 23-26 – Halifax)| Reports to General Council 2015 (login required) | Resolutions adopted | Proceedings of the 148th Annual Meeting (2015) (login required)
6 2016 British Columbia (Aug. 21-24 – Vancouver)| Reports to General Council 2016 (login required) | Resolutions adopted | Proceedings of the 149th Annual Meeting (2016) (login required)
7 2017 Quebec (Aug. 20-23 – Québec) | Report to Members 2017 (login required) | Resolutions adopted | Proceedings of the 150th Annual Meeting (2017) (login required)
8 2018 Manitoba (Aug. 19-22 – Winnipeg, includes inaugural CMA Health Summit) | Report to Members 2018 (login required)
9 2019 Ontario (Aug. 11-13 – Toronto, includes CMA Health Summit)
10 2020 New Brunswick
11 2021 Yukon
12 2022 Ontario
13 2023 Alberta
14 2024 Prince Edward Island
15 2025 Ontario
16 2026 British Columbia
17 2027 Quebec
18 2028 Saskatchewan
19 2029 Ontario

The CMA’s audited financial statements for 2017 are included in the 2018 Report to Members (see Appendix B, login required). Note that at the request of the CMA’s auditor, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the CMA’s financial statements are considered “special purpose statements” as described in Note 2 to the financial statements. The audited financial statements for each of the subsidiaries (CMA Holdings 2014 Inc., Joule Inc. and MD Financial Holdings) are available upon request.