Any request from an association or group wishing to be recognized as an associate member must be sent in writing to the President of the Corporation. The application will be presented to the regular members of the sector concerned and to the Board of Directors, which will then decide on the application.
Any request from a sector wishing to be recognized must be sent in writing to the President of the Corporation. The request will be presented to the Board of Directors, which will decide on it.
Privileges of regular members
– Voting rights at Annual General Meetings (AGMs) and Special General Meetings (SMMs), and at any committee in which he or she participates;
– May be elected to the Board of Directors and, if necessary, appointed to a committee;
– Receives all corporate information, i.e. copies of administrative documents related to the General Meeting (AGM agenda and minutes, annual report and financial statements, action plan).
Associate Member Privileges
Associate members from the same recognized sector delegate, by consensus, one person to the annual general meeting. This person delegated by the associate members of the same recognized sector constitutes the regular member.
The associate members of a sector are responsible for establishing consensus and making arbitrations within the sector.
However, a complaint may be submitted in writing to the President of the Corporation and will be brought to the attention of the Board of Directors who will dispose of it.
The Associate Member shall have no voice or vote and shall not be eligible to stand for election as a Director of the Corporation.
Associate members may act as promoters and submit educational projects and generally participate in the purposes of the Corporation.
Privileges of Partner Members
An organization that is designated as a Partner Member may appoint a person or persons to represent it to the Corporation.
The Partner Member or its representative may participate in meetings of the Board of Directors when appropriate.
The Partner Member shall have the right to speak, but not to vote, and shall not be eligible for election as a Director of the Corporation.