March: After informal discussions and meetings for over a year, the WCHS Founding Board files for incorporation under the BC Societies Act.
June: West Coast Homeopathic Society of BC is formally incorporated by the BC Ministry of Finance on June 9, 1995.
July: Our first 4-page newsletter is released, edited by James Hillen.
September: Members of the Founding Board introduce WCHS and homeopathy at an information booth at the Health Living Expo in Vancouver.
March: Representatives of WCHS set up an information booth and present a talk on homeopathy at the Wellness Show in Hope.
June: Copies of the first WCHS Professional roster are distributed.
June: WCHS holds our first Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the School of Theology Building, UBC on June 29th. The first elected Board of Directors is comprised of:
Susan Broznitsky, President
Bev Sharwood, DHom(UK), VP and Professional Representative
Monique Marcq, Treasurer
Rachael Fox, Student Representative
Lucie Marq, Student Representative
Christian Blatt, Public Representative
June: At our second Annual General Meeting, the Board announces new contact information for the Society, an increase of membership fees to $25, and a total membership of 115.
June: A total of 34 homeopaths are listed on the new WCHS roster of homeopathic practitioners -- most of whom are still practicing and remain members 10 years later!
November: WCHS hosts a special information meeting to discuss the options of the homeopathic profession in BC and the benefits and limitations of self-regulation under the Health Professions Act.
December: A holiday season celebration brings together students and practitioners and raises nearly $1,700 to help support new initiatives for 1999.
August: WCHS sells T-shirts and memberships at the NASH Conference in Vancouver and co-sponsors with them a welcoming and laid-back beach party.
September: "Volunteerism and Building Committees" is the theme of the 1999 Annual General Meeting held at the Theology Building, UBC.