2020 International Virtual Convention

Dear Friends,

Greetings from your G.S.O. 

I am excited to share with you that the 2020 International Convention Virtual site is now accessible on aa.org. Below I have included a direct link for your convenience:  https://2020convention.aa.org

The site is available in English, French and Spanish.  To access the website in French or Spanish please click on your preferred language at the top of each page. 

The site will be available all throughout the month of July 2020.  Have fun!

Announcement-to-Conference-Members

We need your support! Intergroup Zoom AGM rescheduled

AGM: July 8 at 7pm. Use THIS link to join the meeting. The one listed in the poster is outdated. Meeting ID: 127 107 243 Password: 014394

Hello Representatives and other interested A.A. members,

Hopefully you are well during this pandemic. Despite not having a physical office, your committee members are working hard to maintain the service you have come to expect from Intergroup Central Office. Phone calls are being handled and emails, including Interac transactions. Literature is available upon request.

I know you love Alcoholics Anonymous and having an office. As soon as a suitable location can be found, we will gladly reopen; however, if we are to continue providing these services, your support is needed. The AGM and the last 2 Intergroup meetings could not be held because of not having a quorum, which is 5 Intergroup Representatives or their alternates.

If we are not able to conduct business this time, it will be necessary to explore dissolution of Intergroup and the Central Office. If this sounds extreme, it is indeed and would be a last resort.

Please feel free to share this with anyone, especially someone who might be interested in representing their group.

In love and service,

Claudette, Mid Island Intergroup Society Chairperson
MIIS-Position-Descriptions

Service Position – Remote Communities Chair

Remote Communities Chair for District 7
This position can be filled by anyone from District 5 or 7. It is suggested to have 2 years sobriety but we are open minded.


The position entails connecting individual/groups to AA that may have barriers such as geography, physical limitations, language, etc. You would report to District 5 and 7 for the monthly District meeting and cooperate with the other committees.

To learn email Lorelei L, DCM District 7

**CANCELLED** Victoria Big Book Study

  • LOCATION: South Vancouver Island Ranger Station, 3498 Luxton Road, VICTORIA, BC
  • DATES: August 28, 29 & 30th, 2020
  • GUEST SPEAKERS: Mari  G. (Toronto)  & Mike  S. (California)
  • TICKETS:  $50 per person

CONTACTS: Jim K. (250-480-8546}  Jeff E. (250-507-1159}  Hank F. (250-881-6159} Camping available on site: Glenn F. (250-888-7141)

Site will be open on Friday at noon for campers to register & setup. Formal event will commence Friday evening at 7pm in main building. Saturday event will open at 8am with lunch at noon (provided) Commence again at lpm  with dinner at Spm (provided) Sunday open at 8am with  event starting at 9am till noon.

Raffle prizes, concession on site

BRING YOUR BIG BOOK & A CUSHION FOR YOUR CHAIR

Zoom Meeting Safety

Zoom bombing is a hot topic right now! If your online meeting is not set up securely, you may be providing the opportunity for people to enter the meeting and cause disruption. Tradition 5 states “Each group has but one primary purpose—to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.”

With a few simple tweaks and adjustments, we can increase our chances of carrying a message of experience, strength and hope!