Ontario Council is coming to a close on June 13, 2021.
Since 1996, the Ontario Council has been the governing body of the Ontario Region.
In 2019, CHF Canada undertook a governance review. Ontario Council and the national Board jointly recommended reorganizing into a single governance body.
In 2020, at their annual business meeting, Ontario Region voted in favour of Resolution RI: Unified and effective governance of CHF Canada. The resolution also passed at the national AGM.
The resolution means:
- January 1, 2021 By-law 2 and the Operating Rules for Ontario Region repealed
- June 13, 2021 duties of Ontario Council finish at the end of the AGM, and
- the duties of the new unified governance body commences, once delegates elect their Board.
Meet the Ontario Council
Ontario Regional Director
N.B. At the 2019 AGM, CHF Canada members passed Resolution R1: Governance Reorganization. The resolution directs the CHF Canada Board of Directors and Ontario Council to “reorganize into a single governance body by the close of business of the 2021 CHF Canada Annual General Meeting.”
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