Our decision to cancel the in-person portion of AME Roundup 2022 and switch to a fully virtual conference as we did in 2021 will be guided by emergency orders, health orders, and recommendations made by the Canadian, British Columbia, and local governments. In the case of a full or partial cancellation of the in-person portion of Roundup, all programming including ticketed events will transition to the fully virtual platform for Roundup or be postponed to a later date.

For individual delegates who purchase a full in-person and virtual pass, you will be offered a partial registration refund and transition to the fully virtual platform for Roundup. See the AME Roundup 2022 – Delegate Terms & Conditions for details.

Booth exhibitors will be transitioned to the fully virtual platform and may be refunded for the in-person portion of their booth. Booth exhibitors who choose not to participate virtually may apply to cancel their booth in writing and will be subject to a fee. See the AME Roundup 2022 – Exhibitor Terms and Conditions for details.

For our valued sponsors, we will do our best to accommodate all benefits in the online platform. Each sponsorship agreement will be discussed on a case-by-case basis with sponsors as each sponsorship agreement is unique.

As part of our commitment to health and safety, we are considering rapid testing on site.

Health and safety are top priorities at AME and part of our core values. If you choose to attend Roundup in person, you will be required to abide by the posted rules of the conference. AME will be guided by emergency orders, health orders, and recommendations made by the Canadian, British Columbia, and local governments.

At a minimum, be prepared to wear a mask when requested, wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently, social distance and stay home if you are not feeling well.

British Columbia introduced a Vaccine Card system in September 2021.

An order of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) on September 10, 2021, states that proof of vaccination is required to access some events, services and businesses in British Columbia. By September 13, you must have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. By October 24, you must be fully vaccinated. The requirement is in place until January 31, 2022, and could be extended.

This order includes indoor organized events with 50 or more people, including conferences, trade fairs and workshops. For more information, visit https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html

We advise that participants be prepared to show proof of vaccination throughout the duration of the conference through February 3, 2022.