2015 Annual Report

LICENSED PRACTICAL
NURSES ASSOCIATION
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ANNUAL REPORT
2015
Contents
About Licensed Practical Nurses Association of BC____________________________________________________ 1
The Professional Association, The College and Labour Relations ____________________________________ 2
Message from the President 2015 ____________________________________________________________________ 3
1st Vice President Report ______________________________________________________________________________ 5
Secretary Report ________________________________________________________________________________________ 6
Treasurers Report ______________________________________________________________________________________ 7
Strategic Plan 2015– 2018 _________________________________________________________________________ 10
LPNABC - Proclamation of LPN Day – May 13, 2015 _____________________________________________ 12
LPNABC AGM Keynote Speaker – Dan Levitt ______________________________________________________ 14
Contact Information __________________________________________________________________________________ 15
Regional Representatives ____________________________________________________________________________ 16
Committees ____________________________________________________________________________________________ 17
Financial Statements _________________________________________________________________________________ 18
Notes to Financial Statement ________________________________________________________________________ 19
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Mandate:
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Advocate for the advancement and recognition of Licensed Practical Nurses in BC
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To improve the educational and professional status of Licensed Practical Nurses in BC
LPNABC AGM April 13, 2015
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About Licensed Practical Nurses Association of BC
OUR MISSION
LPNABC promotes professional excellence and lifelong learning with strength through a unified
voice representing the LPNs of BC
OUR MANDATE
◾Advocate for the advancement and recognition of Licensed Practical Nurses in BC
◾Improve the educational and professional status of Licensed Practical Nurses in BC
OUR VISION
◾Learn from the past
◾Focus on the present
◾Prepare for the future
◾Celebrate our Profession
QUICK FACTS
◾1951 The Practical Nurses Association in BC (PNABC) was formed to advocate for and represent
Practical Nurses in professional practice issues.
◾1965 The PNABC changed their name to LPNABC as a non-profit organization incorporated under
the Societies Act for B.C. on February 8, 1965. Corporation # S-0007065 Business #874522675BC
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The Professional Association, The College and Labour
Relations
The Licensed Practical Nurses’ Association of British Columbia recognizes that for many individuals there is
confusion about the role of the different groups associated with the professional field of Licensed Practical
Nurses. This educational information has been prepared to help the public and Licensed Practical Nurses
better understand the function and focus of the College and the Union.
THE PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION (LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES’
ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA)
The professional association promotes the interests of the members to the
profession and to the public. To meet the needs of its members, an association:
represents the nursing profession to government, employers and other agencies
works with other health care organizations supports developments of social
programs for its members promotes research and studies in nursing.
For more information visit www.lpnabc.ca
THE REGULATORY BODY (THE COLLEGE OF LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA)
The purpose of a College or regulatory body is to protect the public by regulating the profession. This
includes setting Standards of Practice and disciplining members who do not uphold them. To be accountable
to the public, a College: sets entrance and practice standards upholds standards of practice and code of
ethics creates and runs programs to ensure professional competency disciplines members who do not meet
the practice and ethical standards has public members on its board and committees.
For more information visit www.clpnbc.org
LABOUR RELATIONS (UNION)
A Union aims to improve the social and economic welfare of its members. Its prime responsibility is to
regulate relations between members
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Employees and their employers. A Union:
negotiates collective agreements particularly for improvements in salaries, hours of work, benefits
and working conditions
handles and arbitrates grievances with employers
helps members with problems arising at work that are related to nursing practice
ensure that it represents all of the employees under its authority fairly
For more information please refer to your local representative for your union.
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Message from the President 2015
As I write this annual report, I liken it to Christmas. You know it is coming and
before you know it, here it is, a year later. This first year in the role of President
has certainly been an incredibly productive one with new opportunities for the
LPNABC. It is said that it takes a village to raise a child, with the LPNABC it takes
the Executive and members. I am honoured to be working with such a dedicated
group of volunteers who work tirelessly for LPNABC members. We certainly could
not do the work we do without your support both with membership and sharing
the work we do.
The LPNABC continues to work within our mandate to advocate for LPNs opportunities. We were very
happy to be included in the Opening of the Legislature in May 2014 for Nursing Week when all designations
of the nursing family were represented, LPN, RPN, RN and NP. In meeting with the government with a united
nursing voice, we show that importance of collaboration and communication. This created the ongoing
frequent discussions between the nursing designations on the many issues we share in common. Developing
and creating open, honest and ongoing discussion has been a wonderful result of this collaborative unity.
We once again had and will have May 13th proclaimed as LPN Day in BC, within Nursing Week, with our
thanks to Secretary Brenda Childs.
In June we attending the CLPNBC AGM where a private
members resolution regarding the College continuing to hold
the liability insurance was defeated. The LPNABC continues
to try and have open communication with our regulatory
body but at this point, we have not succeeded in this area.
We continue to move forward with our Strategic Plan.
With the change in care model initiated at Island Health
(formerly VIHA), the LPNABC composed a position statement
on CDMR. We still feel that the “redesign” has not led to
improvements for patients or their hospital experience. The LPNABC is aware that LPNs need jobs and have
been displaced along with RNs with this model. LPNs have the best education, training and capabilities but
are struggling in their workplace to be allowed to work to their Standards of Practice and Baseline
Competencies. The LPNABC continues to advocate for the need for all health authorities to work together
and have standardized approach across the province for continuity of practice.
Our successes include being invited as stakeholders on how to monitor and support HCAs in the workplace.
We have also been represented at frequent teleconference meetings with the MoH and other stakeholders
on Ebola and developing ideas around keeping frontline staff safe. The LPNABC is happy to be a partner in
Change DAY BC, October 15th and hope you will all make an online pledge plus share this at your worksite.
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We continue to share information with others including BC Care Providers and Mental Health partners for
LPN the value of utilization and opportunities.
Once again we are offering ongoing education money for members at our AGM. The LPNAC strives to
support LPN continuing education. This bursary allows members an opportunity to further their nursing
skills by encouraging them to take a local course that will support them in their professional practice. We
are happy to support our student members by offering them a complimentary one year membership to see
firsthand the importance of a professional association.
I was fortunate to be able to attend RPNAO (Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario) conference
and AGM in the fall. Across this great country of ours, we are all struggling to be recognized for the
healthcare professional that we are. Together we continue to share our message and work collaboratively in
explaining to all “who” we are. The LPNABC continue to work with PN Canada in unifying LPN/RPNs across
Canada with our National Association.
Our efforts at ongoing communication with members has been very successful this year. We have our
newsletter, Facebook, Twitter, Linkin and YouTube. We hope you follow us on all of these venues. We had a
fun radio opportunity where treasurer, Anita and Secretary Brenda
were given airtime to share the important of the LPNABC on the
CKNW Sunday Night Sex Show. We answer many e-letters from nonmembers and hope that they see the importance of a professional
association. We strive to engage members & share the important
work of your association. Membership is voluntary and it is our
hope that LPNs will see the value of the work we do not just
Monday – Friday, but every day of the week. Talk about the LPNABC
at your work, be PROUD of what you do and who you are. We will
continue to work hard on your behalf for opening doors for LPNs in BC.
Yours in nursing,
Teresa McFadyen, LPN
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1st Vice President Report
As First Vice President I have continued to support the LPNABC via
emails, text, and Social media. In February I attended the BCNU
convention and networked with the President Gail and Vice President
Christine. I also attended a meeting with The LPNABC and Todd Decker
at the convention banquet to discuss his assisting us with our
membership drive.
Yours in Nursing
Kerrie McHugh LPN
2nd Vice President Report
I had the great pleasure to be part of the 2nd Vice President position and
look forward to contributing to the LPNABC in this role. I have been
mentored by the board and Anita Dickson for both this role and the
Education Coordinator position. Last fall I attended the PN Articulation
meeting at Vancouver Community College. Promoting student membership
has also been a key focus for me, and I hope to gather more memberships in
2015. I have found that students at all levels in the PN program are eager to
learn
about their association and the benefits of supporting the Practical Nursing
profession through membership at LPNABC. I sincerely hope to continue in the 2nd
Vice President position in the future.
Respectfully Submitted,
Daina Dumont, LPN
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Secretary Report
Support services provided in the transcribing of minutes and
distribution of reports for the purpose of review and records.
Membership certificates sent out to January 18, 2015 as coordinated
with Treasurer. Corresponded with the Ministry of Justice to obtain
the Proclamation for LPN day on May 13, 2015.
I was fortunate to be join Anita D (Treasurer) for the scheduled on-air
interview with Maureen McGrath on CKNW’s Sex Talk program. The
topic of discussion was specific to LPN practice in the broader scope of health care in our province. It has
been made available as a link to pod-cast or YouTube video on the LPNABC website.
Through this winter period, I have continued to advocate locally for LPNs and encourage LPNs to join
LPNABC. I have continued to be in touch with local educators in an effort to reach out to students studying
in the field.
Respectfully submitted,
Brenda Childs LPN
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Treasurers Report
I have had the honor of holding the positon of Treasurer for LPNABC for the past two
years. In my role I have been partner in representing LPNs at numerous meetings
advocating for the LPN profession that I respect so much! I have worked alongside a
group of LPNs that are true leaders in each of their capacities. I am so proud of the
LPNABC and the accomplishments that we have made over the recent years.
The gains that we have made at so many important stakeholders meetings is a reflection of the incredible
team I am a member of. I reflect on the following quote:
“One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood.”
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
In my role as the Treasurer I have remained the main responsible person to maintain the following
activities:
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Support President & 1st Vice President during interim and regular duties as needed.
Attend Executive meetings as a LPNABC representative
Main contact person for Headquarters Office Services (formally known as: North Road
Services and contract negotiator. Pick up all mail and deliveries
Manage Financial Budgets and provide financial advice to Board on all purchases or
proposals to maintain financial integrity of LPNABC
Conduct all banking at Vancity Savings
Reconcile Vancity chequing account and PayPal account
Produce Financial Statements for Monthly meeting and Year End (unaudited)
Main contact with PN Canada and CNA Emerging Groups and coordinate meetings
PN Canada – Secretary/Treasurer
Reconcile and upload updated Membership Registration lists to board members
needed
Also inclusive of my role as the Treasurer since election on April 16, 2013, I have been responsible for
preparing and managing all finances of LPNABC. I have prepared the Annual Financial Statements for 20142015 and presented the Budgets and Financials Statements with the intent to bring forward to the
upcoming AGM.
The LPNABC Board continued to ensure that we comply with the resolution passed in April 18, 2013 that
“10% of all Membership Dues will be Restricted Funds and reserved to be awarded to members at the next
AGM”. I am pleased to announce that LPNABC will be presenting the amount of $1,000 again for 2015and
awarded in the following:
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(4) $250.00 Continuing Education Fund Awards
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These are to be given out at the upcoming AGM, through the simple process
of drawing from the current membership names.
In addition to my work as Treasurer, I remained the Educator Coordinator
(interim) mentoring Daina Dumont and Diane Arnold who will be sharing the
responsibility as they orientate into this important role. The LPNABC
Educator Coordinator is a long standing member of the PN Articulation
Committee that meets twice a year. The importance of this role in
representing the LPN professional practice and advocating for the
Educational needs of the LPN. The Educator Coordinator also advocates for
the future continuing educational needs at the provincial group attended by
all the Public & Private Schools of Nursing representing the Practical Nurses Program. In collaboration with
Daina & Diane who have revised and updated a Power point presentation that will be distributed through
our Regional Representatives and PN Articulation Committee to the PN Schools.
Here is some of the highlights that I have attended and represented LPNs across BC:
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May 12th 2014 – Attend Opening of Legislation, Nursing Week meet with Minister of Health
May 25-26th – Represented LPNABC table at the BC Care Providers Association AGM, Whistler BC
June 5th – ARNBC AGM representing LPNABC
June 14-16th 2014 – Attend CNA AGM & Conference, Winnipeg Manitoba
June 24th Teleconference with Andrew Weaver, Teresa McFadyen, President
September 10th Teleconference with RPNAO re: PN Canada to discuss bylaws
September 21st – meet with ARPNBC new president
September 22nd – Menno Place – presentation re: LPN Scope of Practice
October 16th – BC Care Providers Luncheon with MoH Terry Lake
October 27th – PN Articulation Committee meeting
November 5th – BCNU Meeting with Gail Duteil
January 12th – ARNBC filming of info commercials on behalf of LPNABC
January 26th – Nursing Associations Coalition meeting
February 1st – CKNW Radio interview with Maureen McGrath
February 5th – Attend meeting with Ministry regarding BC Care Aide Registry
February 6th – Attend “Seniors Care” with the Seniors Advocate and Ombudsperson
February 25th – BCNU Conference Dinner – representing LPNABC
I continued to also represent PN Canada as the Secretary/Treasurer the position of Bylaw & Legislation and
completed the updating. PN Canada application under the new “Not for Profit Act” was submitted by
October 17th, 2014 and accepted by the Federal Government as of March 2015. Along with Teresa
McFadyen, President and Brenda Mundy Vice President of PN Canada we continue to hold regular
teleconferences and sent out letters to our sister provinces to move forward renewed memberships in the
national association.
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As the Secretary/Treasurer of PN Canada, we reapplied and was successfully granted $500 as per the
Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) Emerging Group. I have not transferred the PN Canada funds to
LPNABC as of date of this report; it is recorded on all reconciliation as “additional funds” notation. I was
responsible to prepare an annual report for the upcoming AGM regarding this matter.
I look forward to the coming year, I hope to continue to support LPNABC and will run for re-election for the
Treasurers position. I think the 2015 AGM stands to be one our best events again with the wonderful
speaker and the guests that are welcoming to attend. I look forward to continue to work with this amazing
group of LPNs in all capacities and continue celebrate the great work we have done to date and the hope for
future growth together.
Respectfully submitted,
Anita Dickson, LPN
CKNW Radio Interview
host Maureen McGrath
CNA Conference 2014 –
Barbara Mildon, President
BC Care Providers Association 2014
Conference – Daniel Fontaine, CEO
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Strategic
Plan
SIX MONTHS:
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Plan AGM including budget and
agenda. Devise a method to deliver
outreach strategy to Members, eg.
Webinar.
Continue to network with ARNBC,
RPNBC and BCNPA to build a
federation to move health forward.
Continue to advocate to MoH, for
increased optimization of LPN
utilization within the health care
teams.
Recruit a LPNABC member to lead
the Communications Committee.
Prepare budget for 2014-2015 for
Communications and Promotions.
Continue to work toward partner
affiliate with GNABC & CNA for
Gerontology.
2015– 2018
EIGHT MONTHS:
TWELVE MONTHS
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Form affiliate
membership with one
special interest group
formed i.e. Peri-operative
LPNs, Foot Care, OrthTech, ER
Re-establish relationship
with CSNA
Establish regional reps for
all regions for the
upcoming AGM
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Membership campaign
ongoing. Maintain our
numbers with measurable
things like our bursary
fund/ education fund. Work
with Regional
Representatives.
Set up and improve on-line
registration process to make
more streamline and userfriendly.
Establish corporate
sponsors to pay for our AGM
each year.
Create and establish
outreach with educators to
do regular presentations to
PN students to promote
LPNABC.
Develop plan for conference
in 2016.
PN Canada policy and
procures manuals
developed.
Two more provinces join PN
Canada to become affiliate
member of CNA (2016
deadline)
CNA - Affiliate member Certification for 2
specialties.
Full complement of standing
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TWO YEARS:
THREE YEARS:
FIVE YEARS:
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Have established strong
relationship with nursing bodies to
advocate on behalf of each
discipline of healthcare. Regularly
meet to strategize what common
problems/ interests we share.
Have outreach program well
established for executive to travel
and support Regional Reps.
Advocate for {NABC & PN Canada
to be the
spokesperson/organization that
government seeks regarding LPN
practice within the province.
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PN Canada has all
provinces as members
Establish policy writer for
LPNABC to the
government.
Establish Lobbyist
position
CNA - Affiliate Member Certification for all
specialties
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Define LPN practice to be
portable from province to
province. Need to ensure
that the curriculum is the
same throughout Canada, as
we write a national exam.
Advocate for PN curriculum
to remain equal in all
provinces and continue to
write a national exam.
The LPNABC sets the
standards for advance
practice i.e. Peri-operative,
gerontology, rehab, foot care
nurse.
Bylaws, policy and
procedures reviewed
Represent all LPNs in BC at
ministry level
TEN YEARS
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Executive Director in place.
90% of the LPNs in the province
are members of LPNABC
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LPNABC - Proclamation of LPN Day – May 13, 2015
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LPNABC Education Award Winners - 2014
Jennifer Gill, PN Graduate 2015
I am a recent PN grad, having just graduated in February. I haven't used the
bursary yet, as I was still in school.
I will be using it on an IV therapy course in May and June of this year to expand
my skills. I look forward to adding these skills to my resume!
I am not yet working as an LPN yet, as I only just received my interim license,
but am actively looking forward to practicing! I hope to be able to meet you at
the AGM. Thank you, Jennifer
Katherine Janzen, LPN
I was hoping to take an immunization course, but haven't had a chance to yet.
Will keep you posted. Thank you so much for the Award.
Preet Heer, LPN
Hi there, I appreciate you following up with me after granting me the
education bursary. I have used the money towards furthering my education. I
am currently taking prerequisite courses pre-BsN at Vancouver Community
College. I'm working as a healthcare worker and unfortunately I have not been
able to find employment as an LPN.
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LPNABC AGM Keynote Speaker – Dan Levitt
“CHANGING THE CULTURE”
Keynote Speaker: Dan Levitt, MSc. CHE
Executive Director, Tabor Village
Adjunct Professor, Gerontology Department, Simon Fraser University
Transforming Lives: Enhance the Patient Experience While Enhancing your
Quality of Work and Life.
This interactive session will engage participants with real life examples of
innovative leadership and best practices that transform the patient
journey. This change leadership session will offer delegates the
opportunity to develop solutions to the challenges faced in the workplace
that can be implemented in their work and in life. Participants will leave
the dynamic session with a bolstered sense of what is possible creating
hope and inspiration for the future.
Dan is a frequent keynote speaker across North America, Europe, Asia,
and later this year he will be presenting in Australia and New Zealand.
The moving talks he delivers leave delegates with a sense of optimism,
inspiration and hope for turning challenges into opportunities.
As the Executive Director, Tabor Village he shepherds the enhancement of
social, spiritual, and care needs for nearly 300 seniors. Leading a team of over 400 employees and
volunteers, Dan inspires them with a commitment to continuously improving the quality of life at the
campus of care. Dan is an Adjunct Professor teaching Long Term Care Administration in the Gerontology
Diploma Program at Simon Fraser University; Vice Chair, Alzheimer Society of BC; and a Board Member of
the International Association of Homes and Services for the Aged.
His adventure exploits have taken him from Africa’s highest peak Mt. Kilimanjaro to the Caribbean Sea’s
Planacar Reef, from canoeing across the Yukon to racing this year in the Boston and New York Marathons.
Dan has appeared on television and radio as well as authoring many articles in newspapers and professional
journals. His insights on seniors care leadership are sought after at events across Canada, the United States,
Europe, Asia and later this year he will be speaking at conferences in Australia and New Zealand.
PLEASE JOIN ME IN WELCOMING DAN LEVITT!
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Contact Information
TERESA MCFADYEN
COMMUNICATION CHAIR
Email:
[email protected]
BRENDA CHILDS
REGIONAL
REPRESENTATIVE LIAISON
Email:
[email protected]
DAINA DUMONT
DIANE ARNOLD
EDUCATOR COORDINATOR
Email:
[email protected]
Promotions:
Todd Decker
Email: [email protected]
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Regional Representatives
LPNABC
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES ASSOCIATION OF BC
Region 1: Vancouver Coastal
Lucy Hotchkiss [email protected]
Region 2: Vancouver Island
Teresa McFadyen (Interim) [email protected]
Anne Lai [email protected]
Region 3: Fraser
Todd Decker [email protected]
Region 4: Interior
Donna Close [email protected]
Kathleen Westlin [email protected]
Region 5: Northern
Sylvie Perrot [email protected]
Joanne Rebagliati [email protected]
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Committees
COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE - 2 YEAR TERM
Chair - Teresa McFadyen
Vacant Seat
PROMOTIONS COMMITTEE - 2 YEAR TERM
Todd Decker
Danica Wallace
LEGISLATION AND BYLAWS COMMITTEE - AD HOC
Chair - Kerrie McHugh
Anita Dickson
Meg Coyle
FINANCE COMMITTEE – 2 YEAR TERM
Chair – Anita Dickson
Vacant Seat
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Financial Statements
2014 – 2015
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Notes to Financial Statement
The Licensed Practical Nurses Association of British Columbia is an organization that promotes excellence
and lifelong learning for Licensed Practical Nurses. It advocates on the behalf of its membership and keeps
them informed on professional issues.
1.
RECOGNITION OF REVENUE
The Association uses cash method of accounting and has no restricted funds at this time.
2.
FUTURE OPERATING FUNDS
The board prepares an operating budget based on prior year’s membership and adjusts operating costs
accordingly. The budget is reviewed quarterly based on a calendar year accounting period.
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES ASSOCIATION RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
The LPNABC is deemed a non-profit organization under the Society’s Act and adheres to the guiding
principles that any investments are considered at simple interest bearing and all monies are to be used to
promote and support the LPN profession.
The Association is held accountable under the Society Act to prepare annual
financial reports to be presented annually to the members of the LPNABC. The
annual financial reports are also being made available to the public upon request
and a fee maybe charged at the discretion of the LPNABC board.
The Executive Board presented the most recent financials at the March 23, 2015 for
the fiscal period of April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015 which will be presented for
acceptance by the members at the 2015 AGM. The financial records from April 1,
2014 to present are also in balance as per Treasurers Report on March 23, 2015
(last recorded LPNABC Executive Board meeting).
The financial statements are prepared in accordance with Canadian generally-accepted accounting
principles and determined to be free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.
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LPNABC - Balance Sheet
as of March 31, 2015
ASSETS
Current Assets
Cash
Accounts receivable
(less doubtful accounts)
Inventory
Temporary investment
Prepaid expenses
Total Current Assets
Fixed Assets
Long-term investments - Coast Capital GIC
Land
Buildings
(less accumulated depreciation)
Furniture and fixtures
(less accumulated depreciation)
Total Net Fixed Assets
TOTAL ASSETS
$5,784
$5,784
$10,000
LIABILITIES
Current Liabilities
Accounts payable
Accrued - Education Fund re: 2015
Current portion of long-term notes
Interest payable
Taxes payable
Total Current Liabilities
Long-term Liabilities
Restricted Funds - Education Awards
Total Long-Term Liabilities
$906
($906)
($906)
Shareholders' Equity
$10,000
Retained earnings
Total Shareholders' Equity
$15,784
$15,784
$15,784
TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY
$15,784
Note: LPNABC accounting practice is on a cash basis.
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$906
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Income Statement
Licensed Practical Nurses
Association of B.C.
For Period Ending March 31, 2015
Current Month
August 2014 to
March 31, 2015
REVENUE
Membership Dues
10% Education Fund - 2015
Interest Income
Net LPNABC
$2,309.91
April 1, 2014 to Date
$
-$
$326.75
$2,636.66
PN Canada - Emerging Group
PN Canada - expense
Net PN Canada
$
Total Revenue
AGM Revenue - 2014
AGM Expenses - 2014
AGM Printing Expense
AGM Promotional
AGM Board Accommodation
AGM Travel Expense
AGM "Inspiring Minds"
AGM Gifts for Guest
Total AGM Expenses
AGM Profit/(Loss)
Net Income
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Year to Date
$500.00
$36.68
463.32
3,708.66
906.00
$2,802.66
$
$
$
1,500.00
564.70
935.30
$3,099.98
$3,737.96
$3,099.98
$3,070.00
$2,138.56
$1,304.55
$363.22
$563.50
$518.94
$500.00
$187.77
$5,576.54
($2,506.54)
$1,231.42
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OPERATING EXPENSES
Telephone Line Rental
Mail Box
Copy/Printing
Storage Expense
HST / GST
$400.00
$360.00
subtotal - Headquarters Office
2013 Annual fees - Ministry Finance
Promotional Materials
Web E-mail Hosting
Consultation and design work
Membership Exp
Office Supplies
Postage
Printing / Advertising
Conference Fees
Travel Expense - non board member
GST paid
Education Fund - 2014 Award - Members
subtotal - admin expenses
$200.00
$48.00
$600.00
$540.00
$52.50
$275.00
$71.38
$1,008.00
$1,538.88
$132.33
$15.00
$21.68
$40.00
$1,892.25
$132.22
$280.39
$15.00
$3.36
$31.27
$744.57
$210.00
$350.48
$318.44
$1,000.00
$169.01
$5,017.98
$250.00
$146.91
$1,189.51
$371.91
$270.89
$1,117.97
$270.89
$1,714.00
subtotal - Board Members
$1,785.77
$3,546.31
Total Expenses
$2,962.78
$10,103.17
$137.20
($8,871.75)
Board Administrative Fees
Accomodation
Meals
Mileage
Travel
Miscellaneous
Net Profit or (loss)
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Budget for AGM April 28, 2014 EXPENSES
Site
Room and hall fees
Site staff
Equipment
Tables and chairs
Total
Estimated
Actual
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Gift Basket
Estimated
Actual
LPN Swag bags
$2,000.00
$363.22
$2,000.00
$363.22
Estimated
Actual
$500.00
$500.00
$500.00
$1,304.55
$1,000.00
$1,804.55
Estimated
Actual
$500.00
$900.00
$563.50
$518.94
$1,400.00
$1,082.44
Total
Publicity
Graphics work
Photocopying/Printing
Stationery supplies
Total
Board Members/AGM
Board Members
Accomod.
Travel/Mileage
Total
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0%
11%
0%
6%
30%
35%
18%
Site
Gift Basket
Publicity
Board Members/AGM
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Refreshments
Estimated
Actual
Food
Desserts
Total
$2,150.00
$2,138.56
$2,150.00
$2,138.56
Estimated
Actual
Program
This funds could be used
Inspiring Mind - Award
$200.00
Other - gift for speakers
$200.00
$187.77
$400.00
$687.77
Estimated
Actual
$0.00
$200.00
$200.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Estimated
Actual
$7,150.00
$6,076.54
Total
Prizes
Gift Baskets - Donations
Misc
Total
Total Expenses
$500.00
Board Expenses Notes:
I recorded the Per Diem expense to LPNABC Board Administrative Costs so this is not included in the budget.
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WEBSITE: WWW.LPNABC.CA
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