Minutes & Annual Reports

AGM | Board of Directors (Record of Motions) | Annual Reports

Template for Making a Recommendation to the CSLA Board of Directors (in consultation with the Executive Director)


Current CSLA By-laws approved by the membership in March 2017

The CSLA's Certificate of Continuance

At the 2012 AGM in Halifax, the membership approved a motion to obtain a certificate of continuance for the CSLA. That certificate has now been obtained and filed with Corporations Canada. At the 2013 and 2014 Annual General Meetings, the members approved a series of modifications which brought the CSLA's by-laws into compliance. Download the CSLA Certificate of Continuance

CSLA and Component Associations Terms of Reference

The CSLA was founded in 1934 and for several decades was the sole association promoting the profession of landscape architecture in Canada until provincial components were created starting in the 1960’s. The CSLA and component associations have since collaborated on an ongoing basis however, until now, no formal agreement supports this relationship. The CSLA strives to unite professionals around the country while strengthening the value an individual member receives. We believe that member service and the community of peers can be enhanced by concluding agreements with the components. Components serve as connectors between the CSLA and its members. A clear, solid working relationship between the CSLA and components is therefore vital. In addition, components are platforms for sharing knowledge and foster partnership among all stakeholders by optimizing individual strengths to serve the members effectively and advance the profession. Read the CSLA and Component Association Terms of Reference

Strategic Plan

The 2015-2017 CSLA Strategic Plan was unanimously approved at the May 23rd, 2015, Annual General Meeting. The themes identified in the new plan are a) advocacy, b) leading a healthy society, and c) service to members. Download the 2015-2017 CSLA Strategic Plan

Policies, Procedures and Guidelines

Policies, procedures and guidelines | Board Manual