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Annual General Meeting

The 2024 AGM will be in person at the Revelstoke
Senior Centre, 603 Connaught Street.

The 71st  Annual General Meeting will take place Tuesday, April 9, 2024 at 7:30pm, in person at the Revelstoke
Senior Centre, 603 Connaught Street.

We invite Members to attend each year in order meet with their Board of Directors and review the highlights of the previous year.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about RCU and ask questions directly to your Board.  Procedures for our AGM and the meeting link will be posted below soon along with the 2023 Financial Statements and Annual Report. 


Our AGM takes place on Tuesday April 9, 2024 at 7:30 PM local time (Pacific DST). 

Registration details will be available soon.

 The 2024 AGM will be in person at the Revelstoke
Senior Centre, 603 Connaught Street.

Revelstoke Senior Centre is connected to the Community Centre.


Four virtual AGMs have proven successful with many efficiencies built in. RCU will be using the Microsoft Teams digital meeting platform so you can attend from wherever you like.  For more information regarding privacy and security please consult the information in the drop down container below.

The safety of your personal information is important to us. During virtual meetings and events we use the Microsoft Teams platform. Teams has enhanced security features to ensure meetings are secure.

To read more about Teams and their commmintment to Privacy and Security Compliance, detailed information can be obtained from Microsoft at

  1. The Annual General Meeting will be conducted in accordance with the Electronic Attendance at Credit Union Meetings Order of the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General (Ministerial Order No. M138) and, to the extent not inconsistent therewith, the Credit Union Incorporation Act, the Rules of Revelstoke Credit Union, and Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised.
  2. The meeting shall be held solely by such electronic means as are made available by the Credit Union.
  3. Voting will be conducted by online polling or such other electronic means as may be determined by the Chairperson.
  4. Each Member shall be entitled to one vote.
  5. After a vote at a meeting is taken, a declaration of the Chairperson that a motion or resolution has been carried by the requisite majority shall be conclusive.
  6. Reports shall be presented at the time indicated on the Agenda without a motion that they “be received” either before or after the presentation to the meeting.
  7. The Chairperson shall instruct the Recording Secretary to record in the minutes the fact of the presentation of the Agenda, Minutes, and Rules of Order with the pre-meeting information package.
  8. The Annual General Meeting is for the purpose of transacting the business of the general membership of the Credit Union. Issues of a personal nature will not be debated but may be referred to the appropriate officers or staff.
  9. No person may photograph, record or film the proceedings of the meeting by use of any camera or other electronic device, without the permission of the Chairperson or the consent of the meeting.

69th Annual Meeting Minutes – 2021 Fiscal Year


Call to Order

The 69th Annual General Meeting of Revelstoke Credit Union was held virtually via Zoom broadcasting from the Revelstoke Credit Union Boardroom on Tuesday, April 12nd, 2022.

Chair Alan Chell called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.

Ascertainment of Quorum

A total of 61 Members and 12 Non-Members were in attendance.

Chair Alan Chell welcomed everyone and introduced himself, and the Head Table as noted below.

Auditor David Adams
Chief Executive Officer Michelle Hardy
Parliamentarian Robert Lundberg
Recording Secretary Erin Russell


Michelle introduced the Management team.

Land Acknowledgement

  We would like to acknowledge and honour the four nations on whose traditional land we gather:  the Sinixt, the Ktunaxa, the Secwepemc and the Syilx. 


Appointment of Recording Secretary and Parliamentarian

Moved by David Raven and seconded by Roberta Bobicki to appoint Erin Russell as Recording Secretary and Robert Lundberg as Parliamentarian. 




Adoption of the Agenda

Agenda and Rules of Order were provided on our website as part of our pre-meeting package.

Moved by David Raven and Seconded by Dennis Grey to adopt the Agenda and Rules of Order as presented.



Minutes of the Last Annual General Meeting

The Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting were provided on our website as part of our pre-meeting package and were reviewed by the members and approved as presented.

Moved by David Raven and Seconded by Dennis Grey to adopt the Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting of April 20, 2021 as presented.  


Business Arising From These Minutes



Report of the Board

2021 was both a challenging and rewarding year. The continuation of the global pandemic saw the need for us to continually adapt to ensure we provided service in a safe and effective manner. We were very pleased to see the high demand for our lending department to assist people with both mortgages and funds for home renovations. It’s great to see the money invested in our community.  The increasing concern about cyber security affected RCU and we have increased our capability to protect the assets of members.

2021 was also a year of change. In May, we welcomed Michelle Hardy as our new CEO. Michelle had continually excelled at taking on additional leadership responsibilities with RCU, is highly respected through the Credit Union Young Leaders Program and we look forward to her leading RCU into the future.

At the same time, the Board expressed our appreciation and gratitude to the leadership provided by our retiring CEO, Roberta Bobicki. Roberta made a real difference to RCU and should take pride in looking back on an outstanding career.

While change is always a part of our lives, RCU remains committed to serving our members and our community.

Report of the CEO


Michelle started by thanking our members for trusting us with their financial wellbeing and also thanked our employees for showing up every day to support each other and provide members with knowledgeable service and advice. A special thank you to our Board of Directors for their expertise and support during a year of transition.

2021 was a strong financial year with assets growing to $255.6M and a consolidated net income of $1.1M. We contributed $200K to Member Rewards, and a total of $125K through Community Giving and Capital Projects. Our strong financial results allowed us to increase Member Rewards by $50K and Community Giving by $25K. These programs are our way of sharing our success with our valued members and community.

In 2021 we enhanced digital security to increase our capability to protect the assets of members. Their patience and grace during this transition is appreciated as these are important steps in providing safe digital services. We will continue to enhance our digital offerings to meet members needs and improve our services. We are also growing our advisory services and sharing more financial literacy resources.

We look forward to continuing to be recognized as a resilient, responsible community partner and organization focused on service excellence for our members.


Presentation of Financial Statements / Report of the Auditor

David Adams presented the auditor’s report, the scope of the audit, and a slideshow comparing assets, liabilities, and members equity over the past 5 years along with income and expenses, and allocation of earnings.

Approval of Auditor’s Report


Moved by John Teed and seconded by David Raven that we approve the Auditor’s Report. 



Appointment of an Auditor

Moved by John Teed and seconded by David Raven that we appoint Adams Wooley as our Auditors for the next fiscal year, and that the Board of Directors be authorized to set the fees.  



Unfinished Business


New Business – Ordinary Resolution



Election Results

Angus Woodman, Chair of the Nominating Committee announced our election results. Our nomination process was conducted by our Nominating Committee in accordance with our rules. Angus congratulated Alan Chell, Dennis Grey, and John Teed on being re-elected by acclamation.

Community Giving

Alan Chell reviewed our Capital Giving and Community Giving projects that received $125,000 in funding. Member Rewards were paid out in March totaling $200,000. 

Door Prizes

Chair Alan Chell thanked everyone for coming, and asked Barb Tetrault to make the draw for our $100 Gift Card to a local restaurant. The winner was Cathy English.



Alan thanked the staff at Revelstoke Credit Union for organizing our third successful Virtual AGM.  Moved by Barb Tetrault and Seconded by Jamie Hobgood to adjourn the meeting at 8:08 p.m.     




Respectfully submitted,
Erin Russell, 

Recording Secretary


Agenda for the 71st AGM - April 9, 2024

  1. Call to Order
  2. Ascertainment of Quorum
  3. Appointment of Recording Secretary
  4. Adoption of Agenda
  5. Approval of Last Year's Minutes
  6. Business Arising out of the minutes
  7. Report of the Board
  8. Report of the CEO
  9. Presentation of Financial Statements
  10. Report of the Auditor
  11. Approval of Auditor's Report and Appointment of Auditor
  12. Unfinished Business
  13. New Business
  14. Election Results
  15. Community Giving
  16. Adjournment

About RCU

Revelstoke Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution with nearly 5,000 members. We have been providing services to the community of Revelstoke since 1953. We offer a full range of products and services including commercial lending, wealth management, and life insurance (through RCU Insurance Services Ltd.) Revelstoke Credit Union is a "Community Partner" committed to contributing to the economic, cultural and social well-being of our community.

Revelstoke Credit Union is open to anyone looking for a more personal way of handling their financial affairs. We invite you to experience the Revelstoke Credit Union difference today!