2021 APEGA Annual Report

SUPPORTING MEMBERS THROUGH A CRISIS It’s been a steep learning curve, but we now have the skills to live and manage during a pandemic. Still, many APEGA professionals continue to face stress, uncertainty, and financial difficulties. That’s why we extended the available reduction in annual membership dues for a second year.

Members experiencing unemployment or loss of income could apply to have their fees reduced by 75 per cent . This will continue until March 2022.

After careful consideration and evaluation, we ended some emergency measures we enacted early in 2020, returning to established processes. Permit holder fee deferrals ended in March. We also resumed professional membership and permit holder cancellations for non-payment of dues. Continuing professional development requirements returned to normal in March. Mandatory hours had been temporarily reduced. Registrants who were unable to meet the requirements could still apply for special consideration.


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