17.2.3 Resolutions Sub-Committee
184.108.40.206 Composition - There shall be a Sub- Committee on Resolutions, chaired by the Chair of the By-Laws and Policies Committee, consisting of five (5) to seven (7) members. As a minimum, composition should include the designated representatives of the By-Laws and Policies Committee, the Finance Committee and the Advisory Council.
AGM 2005 (e)
220.127.116.11 Mandate All proposed resolutions for the Annual General Meeting shall be submitted by the proposer(s) to the Resolutions Sub- Committee for examination. The Sub-Committee may make recommendations as to the validity, legality and clarity of the proposed resolutions to the proposer(s), to the Board and to the Annual General Meeting. Such recommendations are not binding on the proposer(s). However, if the Sub-Committee believes a resolution contravenes the Institute Policy on Harassment or the Canadian Human Rights Act, the proposer(s) shall be given an opportunity to revise the resolution before recommending to the President that the resolution be rejected and the proposer(s) so informed.
AGM 1997 (e)
18.104.22.168 The Sub-Committee is available to assist constituencies in improving the formulation of resolutions.