The OAA provides societies with resources regarding governance, special funding and support. Here you will find information regarding to the function of Ontario Architectural Societies such as the GVSA.
OAA Member Database
To provide services to the public as an architect in Ontario, a person must be licensed through the Ontario Association of Architects. To search for Architects, Licensed Technologists OAA and Interns, click here.
OAA Architectural Societies Handbook
For a guiding document of the Ontario Association of Architects' Local Architectural Societies, as well as details regarding the governance of Local Societies and their relationship to the OAA, click here.
OAA Open Council Packages
For a listing of OAA Open Council Packages from 2019 to present, click here.
OAA Minute Meetings
For a listing of OAA Open Minute Meetings from 2019 to present, click here.
For the OAA Bylaws Under the Architects Act (Revised 2022), click here.