Regions and Branches

The Institute is comprised of six geographical Regions: Atlantic, Québec, Ontario, National Capital, Prairie/Northwest Territories and British Columbia/Yukon.

Each Region is normally structured to provide a minimum of three levels of organization consisting of: the Regional Council, the Regional Executive and Branches.The Directors elected in each Region may be the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Regional Executive and the Regional Council. The Regional Executive acts as a steering and administrative committee for the Regional Council and meets periodically between bi-yearly meetings. The objectives of the Regional Council are:

  • to support the goals of the Institute as they pertain to special concerns of the Region;
  • to present regional views at the AGM in the form of resolutions, or submit them to the Board of Directors and other decision-making bodies.

Institute Branches are listed under their respective Region page.

Latest Regional News

31 March 2017
EASTERN QUÉBEC BRANCH CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS PREAMBLE
30 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Yukon Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and the BC/Yukon Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
30 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the National Capital Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
30 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and the British Columbia / Yukon Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws
30 March 2017
Preamble These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and the British Columbia-Yukon Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
29 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws in general pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered specifically by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the British Columbia/Yukon Region and are made pursuant to the Constitutions and By-Law
29 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and the BC-Yukon Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
29 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and the Okanagan Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
29 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and the British Columbia/Yukon Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
28 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
28 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
27 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
27 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
27 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
23 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
23 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
23 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Branch organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada or of the Atlantic Region, and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
20 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Regional organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
20 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws, in general, pertain to matters of Group organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.
20 March 2017
PREAMBLE These Regulations are intended to amplify procedures necessary to meet the requirements of the National Capital Region By-Laws and may be revised as considered necessary from time to time by the National Capital Region Executive.