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Society Development

 

CIPS has been through several transformations and grown considerably since its beginnings in 1958. Here's a brief look at how CIPS has changed and grown over the years.

 

  • 2008: Formation of CIPS Newfoundland and Labrador and CIPS PEI
  • 2008: New Governance structure adopted by membership - Provincial based membership
  • 2005: Legislation of the I.S.P. in Saskatchewan
  • 2002: Legislation of the I.S.P. in Nova Scotia
  • 2001:  Legislation of the I.S.P. in New Brunswick
  • 2000: CIPS Charlottetown becomes our newest section
  • 1999: Legislation of the I.S.P. in British Columbia
  • 1998: Legislation of the I.S.P. in Ontario
  • 1997: Loyalist (Saint John), & Sun Parlour (Windsor)
  • 1997: Legislation of the I.S.P. in Alberta
  • 1997: Signing of the partnership agreement between CIPS and FIQ
  • 1995: North Bay & Omineca (Prince George)
  • 1991: Viking (St. John's), Kawartha (Peterborough), North Bay
  • 1990: Algoma (Sault Ste. Marie), Okanagan (Kelowna)
  • 1989: Klondike (Whitehorse)
  • 1984: Kamloops
  • 1983: Red Deer
  • 1980: London
  • 1977: Fredericton
  • 1971: Victoria
  • 1968: Establishment of current name: "The Canadian Information Processing Society"
  • 1967: Saskatoon & Bluenose (Halifax)
  • 1966: Eastern Ontario (Kingston)
  • 1965: Establishment of new name: "Computer Society of Canada"
  • 1965: Golden Horseshoe (Hamilton), Vancouver
  • 1964: Edmonton, Queen City (Regina), Grand Valley (Kitchener / Waterloo)
  • 1963: Section Concept Introduced
  • 1963: Calgary Secti