Past Conventions

The 2017 UBCM Convention was held in Vancouver from September 25-29 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The theme of the Convention was Roots to Results, and provided a snapshot of the current state of collaboration between orders of government in addressing common issues.

  The 2016 UBCM Convention was held in Victoria from September 26-30 at the Victoria Conference Centre. The theme of the Convention was Stronger Together, and provided local governments with a unified voice for shared resources and needs across BC communities.

The 2015 UBCM Convention was held in Vancouver from September 21-25 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The theme of the Convention was Excellence in Action, and provided local governments with tools and resources to develop greater efficiencies across all aspects of local government.

 

 

The 2014 UBCM Convention was held in Whistler from September 22-26 at the Whistler Conference Centre. The theme of the Convention was Leading Edge, which means embracing innovation and establishing best practices to enhance and advance BC communities.
The 2013 UBCM Convention was held in Vancouver from September 16-20 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The theme of the Convention was Navigating the Local Landscape, and aimed to guide local leaders in their efforts to move their communities forward.
 
The 2012 UBCM Convention was held in Victoria from September 24-28 at the Victoria Conference Centre. The theme of the Convention was In Conversation, and focused on improving relationships by examining how local government leaders relay messages, and receive feedback.
The 2011 UBCM Convention was held in Vancouver from September 26-30 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The theme Rethink, Replace & Rejuvenate focused on community dynamics, expanding and honing local leaders' knowledge base, and anticipating change while building momentum.


 
The 2010 UBCM Convention was held in Whistler from September 27-October 1 at the Whistler Conference Centre. The theme Forging Gold Medal Standards probed local leaders' common goal of creating gold-medal communities, built upon current and future relationships, as well as setting the standard for local government operations.


       

 

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