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Open meeting to members; nomination of office bearers and Committee members, reports by incumbent office bearers, plated dinner with keynote speaker: Bob Stewart, principle engineer of British Columbia Hydro.
Members are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting preceding the dinner at 5 pm. Agenda and Reports due to be presented at the AGM are available on request after January 20, 2018 from firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinner at 7:15 pm hosted by The Terminal City Club Vancouver cost Ca$65 p.p. on registration.
R.P. (Bob) Stewart, P.Eng., is the Principal Engineer in Electrical Generation Engineering at BC Hydro. Previously, Mr. Stewart worked as divisional manager at GM Shrum Generation Station. A long-time volunteer with Engineers and Geoscientists BC in various capacities, Mr. Stewart is serving on Council as Past President.
Mr. Stewart earned his bachelor degree in electrical engineering from the University of British Columbia in 1981. He has received awards recognizing his work with community service, including the Bob Elton Safety by Design Award and the Ken Spafford Mentorship Award.