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At the Annual General Meeting on October 22, 2013, the membership of the Society voted to approve new Articles and By-Laws as part of the required transition to the Canada Non-profit Corporations Act. The Society’s application to be continued as a Corporation under the Act has now been approved by Corporations Canada, and we have received our Certificate of Continuance, effective October 30, 2013. The transition is thus legally complete, and we are now operating under the new By-laws. These have been posted in the Member’s Section. Over the coming months we will also be updating the Standing Rules and Committee Guidelines to ensure that they are compatible with our new By-laws and the Act.
2013 JAM
The Entomological Society of Ontario and the Entomological Society of Canada thanks all participants of the 2013 Joint Annual Meeting in Guelph, Ontario who shared in celbrating their Sesquicentennial Anniversary. Many thanks to all organizers for a superb JAM!
A slideshow is posted here.    (2013 JAM website)   
Ninth Annual Photo Contest
The Ninth Annual Photo Contest to select images for the 2014 covers of The Canadian Entomologist and the Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Canada is over. View winning photos and a slideshow of submitted photos here.
The March 2014 issue is now online.
2016 ESC Annual Meeting and International Congress of Entomology
We are pleased to announce that we will be co-locating our 2016 annual meeting with the International Congress of Entomology (ICE) hosted by the Entomological Society of America (ESA) in Orlando, Florida (see http://ice2016orlando.org/)! The ESC Governing Board has voted to accept the ESA's invitation to join them and other national entomological societies at the ICE 2016 venue.

We also are pleased to introduce Murray Isman (UBC) as our appointed representative to the ICE Organizing Committee. Murray is already poised to collaborate with the ESA in ensuring a smooth merger of meetings. Of the options presented to us by the ESA in their invitation, we have opted for a separate, pre-ICE conduct of our Society's business, and then full access to what will be a diverse and rich ICE scientific program under the theme of Entomology without Borders.

So mark your calendars for September 23- 30, 2016, and look forward to more announcements as we move closer to the big event.

~ Your ESC Executive

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A female Agapostemon sp. (Halictidae), foraging on fireweed in June on the UBC Okanagan (Kelowna) campus.
[photo by Bob Lalonde]
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