While ASCHA members bring up issues as they emerge throughout the year, a resolution approved at ASCHA's Annual General Meeting indicates strong member direction to the Board and provides clear focus for the association’s advocacy.

Resolutions are a vital part of ASCHA’s grassroots advocacy and reflect the will of the majority of the membership. An important part of ASCHA’s Annual General Meeting (A.G.M.) is the opportunity for members to put forward resolutions for debate. This process sends clear directives to decision makers on the steps ASCHA will take toward highlighting and resolving major issues.

ASCHA’s Resolution Process and Guidelines

The resolutions below are active resolutions.  Resolutions passed at an Annual General Meeting remain active for 3 years from the time of their approval and can be extended longer by member approval.

ASCHA Resolution 1 2020 – Provincial Lodge Funding
ASCHA Resolution 1 2021 – Asset Testing
ASCHA Resolution 2 2021 - Housing Management Body (HMB) Access to Capital Financing