NTLC(BC) CONSTITUTION & BYLAWS
Our Constitution and Bylaws were established by the founding directors upon incorporation of the Society in January 2013, and confirmed by the inaugural membership meeting in April 2013. They provide the fundamental set of principles and rules by which the National Trust for Land and Culture (B.C.) Society is governed. The Constitution and Bylaws may only be amended by the membership at an Annual General Meeting or other General Meeting called specifically to address the proposed amendments.
To view the Constitution and Bylaws, please click on this link: NTLC Constitution & Bylaws -Final
Our Bylaws require that a set of governance policies be developed by the Board of Trustees to both guide and constrain the operations of the Board, the Executive Director and the Society as a whole. The following Governance Policies were approved by the Board of Trustees at its inaugural meeting on November 29, 2012.
NTLCBC Governance Policies – November 29 2012
Provincial and Federal legislation both require that societies protect and respect the privacy of individuals and their personal information. Accordingly, the following policy was adopted by the Board of Trustees at its inaugural meeting on November 29, 2012.