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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is made up of nine directors who are normally elected for three-year terms by members of the Society. The Board appoints from within its ranks five officers as follows:

  • President
  • 1st Vice-President (Chair, Publications Committee; Chair, Constitution Committee)
  • 2nd Vice-President (Chair Nominating Committee)
  • National Secretary
  • Treasurer (Chair, Finance Committee)

The Board also includes four Directors at large and the Executive Director of the Society (ex-officio).

Explore the Universe Beginner's Observing Certificate

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First Name: 
Normand
Last Name: 
Rivard
Recipient of: 
Explore the Universe Certificate
Centre/Location: 
St-Eustache
Year: 
2010
Centre: 
Québec

Carscallen 1981-94

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Observer: 
Carscallen, Grant
Volume: 
1
Pages: 
58
Interval: 
1981-94

Messier Observing Certificate

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First Name: 
Diane
Last Name: 
Bell
Recipient of: 
Messier Objects Certificate
Centre/Location: 
Victoria
Year: 
2014
Centre: 
Victoria

Isabel Williamson Observing Certificate

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First Name: 
Nelson
Last Name: 
Walker
Recipient of: 
Isabel Williamson Lunar Certificate
Centre/Location: 
Victoria
Year: 
2013
Centre: 
Victoria

Explore the Universe Beginner's Observing Certificate

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First Name: 
Corey
Last Name: 
LaBerge
Recipient of: 
Explore the Universe Certificate
Centre/Location: 
Winnipeg
Year: 
2014
Centre: 
Winnipeg

Niagara Whirlpool Nov-Dec 2014

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Niagara Whirlpool Nov Dec 2014
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Centre: 
Niagara
Year: 
2014
Month(s): 
Nov-Dec
Month #: 
11-12
Volume: 
32
Number: 
6
Pages: 
7

John Goldie

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John Goldie (1822-96) was a life member of the APST and had an observatory in Galt, Ontario.

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Goldie, John
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James Donaldson

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James C. Donaldson, L.L.D. (1843-96) was the Society's first non-resident member and an avid double star observer.

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Donaldson, James C.
Type: 
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Observer's Handbook 1964

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THE OBSERVER’S HANDBOOK for 1964 is the 56th issue. The constellation names are given in French in addition to Latin and the official three-letter abbreviations; on the same page is listed the approximate position of the centre of each constellation. The table of miscellaneous astronomical data has been revised in accordance with the “Supplement to the Astronomical Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac”, 1961. Distances are given in kilometres as well as miles and recent observed values of solar parallax and velocity of light are included.

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Year: 
1964
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Pages: 
108
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