All residents of Katimavik-Hazeldean are encouraged to become members of the KHCA. We are YOUR community association. Members can vote on resolutions brought forward to better our community. Join your neighbours and make a difference!

Another Successful Park Cleanup Season!

Another Successful Park Cleanup Season!
Thank you to Rod MacLean (right) and Harjit Hothi (centre) for their tireless work leading our clean up of all the Katimavik-Hazeldean Parks this Spring! Their quiet community service is making a difference. Thank you to all the others who helped out as well. Remember that if you throw garbage on the ground, chances are these nice gentlemen are bending over and picking it up! Use the trash cans please.

Ladies Night held on April 25th

Ladies Night held on April 25th
A fun and successful night! Thanks to Hayley Bennett (right, KHCA VP) for doing the organizing. Also shown, Sue Jones (left, KHCA Secretary), and comedian extraordinaire Jenn Labelle.

About

About the Katimavik-Hazeldean Community Association

Who We Are
We are your neighbourhood community association.  We are your neighbours in the area bounded by the Queensway (highway 417), Hazeldean Road, Eagleson Road and the Carp River (a bit further West than Terry Fox Drive). 



Your KHCA Executive 2018-2019
L to R; Hayley Bennett (Vice President), Susan Jones (Secretary), Louise Faubert-Smith (Treasurer), Steve Anderson (President).  Not in the picture; Harjit Hothi (Member at Large), and Rod MacLean (Past President).


Our History
We were incorporated in Ontario on July 16, 1980.  Our corporation number is 000445106.  We are a non-profit organization.

Our Executive
As of January 7, 2019 your elected representatives are;
President - Steve Anderson
Vice-President - Hayley Bennett
Treasurer - Louise Faubert-Smith
Secretary - Susan Jones
Member-at-Large - Harjit "Jeet" Hothi
Past President - Rod MacLean
All your KHCA representatives are residents of Katimavik-Hazeldean. The next election will be held in October 2019.  We have begun shifting to staggered elections instead of having the entire Board elected each year.  This year we have elected the President and Secretary for two-year terms each, and the Vice-President, Treasurer and Member-at-Large for one-year terms each.  Next year we will be electing the Vice-President, Treasurer and Member-at-Large for two-year terms each.

How You Can Help
Become a member (please see the "Join Us" tab on the Home Page).  Attend our regular monthly meetings.  There are lots of interesting activities you can be part of.  Make a positive difference in your community!

Contact Information
Please address all mailed communications to:

Steve Anderson
1 Millman Court
Kanata, Ontario, K2L 2P5

"stevewrk@yahoo.ca"

613-882-0661

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Our Bylaws

THE KATIMAVIK HAZELDEAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

BY-LAW NO.1

GENERAL

  1. Introduction
  2. Identification
  3. Definitions

PART ONE

  4. Purposes of Part One & Part Two
  5. Amendments to Part One
  6. Association Year
  7. English Language
  8. Government and Administration
  9. Membership
10. Conduct of General Meetings
11. Special General Meetings
12. Street Representatives
13. Board of Directors
14. Election of Directors
15. Impeachment
16. Dissolution
17. Privacy Policy                                      

PART TWO

18. Amendments to General Part & Part Two
19. Offices of the Association
20. Location & Date of General Meetings
21. Time Limits
22. Membership Cards and Fees
23. Procedures for Members
24. Duties of Street Representatives
25. Fiscal Responsibilities
26. Appointments by Board of Directors
27. Operational Responsibilities
28. Duties of the President
29. Duties of the Vice-Presidents
30. Duties of the Secretary
31. Duties of the Treasurer
32. Duties of Additional Director(s)
33. Duties of Past President

CHANGES PASSED TO THE KATIMAVIK HAZELDEAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION BY-LAWS AS OF APRIL 24, 2019 BY-LAW NO.1 GENERAL 1. Introduction 2. Identification 3. Definitions PART ONE 4. Purposes of Part One & Part Two 5. Amendments to Part One 6. Association Year 7. English Language 8. Government and Administration 9. Membership 10. Conduct of General Meetings 11. Special General Meetings 12. Board of Directors 13. Election of Directors 14. Impeachment 15. Dissolution 16. Privacy Policy PART TWO 17. Amendments to General Part & Part Two 18. Offices of the Association 19. Location & Date of General Meetings 20. Time Limits 21. Membership Fees 22. Procedures for Members 23. Fiscal Responsibilities 24. Board of Director Appointments 25. Operational Responsibilities 26. Duties of the President 27. Duties of the Vice-President(s) 28. Duties of the Secretary 29. Duties of the Treasurer 30. Duties of Additional Director(s) 31. Duties of the Past President

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GENERAL 1. Introduction 1. Because it is a channel to elected and appointed officials which welcomes all Katimavik Hazeldean residents, the Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association keeps neighbourliness easy by undertaking projects which enhance and safeguard the quality of life of the Katimavik Hazeldean community including in regard to: a. promoting and protecting the interests of Katimavik Hazeldean citizens, property owners, tenants and municipal taxpayers; and b. both initiating and/or fostering either alone or together with civic and public or community organizations (i) responsible community planning and development and also (ii) activities that promote good citizenship and fellowship. 2. Identification 1. This document is to be known as "By-law No. 1 of the Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association" dated December, 2012 and supersedes earlier constitution and supporting by-laws. By-law No. 1 of the association takes effect on December 1, 2012. 3. Definitions 1. The following definitions apply in this by-law: i. "Agenda" list of the proposed sequence of items for consideration at a meeting; ii. "Annual General Meeting" shall mean the general meeting of members at the end of the association year during which the directors report on the concluding year and outline proposed association activities for the coming year. iii. "Association" shall mean the Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association; iv. "Board of Directors" shall mean the group of members elected to perform the management duties of the association; v. "Community" and "neighbourhood" shall mean the Katimavik Hazeldean community, being the lands bounded by Eagleson Road, Hazeldean Road, the Carp River and Highway 417 (Queensway); vi. "Community Partner" shall identify a not for profit organization which provides services to Katimavik Hazeldean Residents;

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vii. "Director" shall mean a member of the Board of Directors who was elected to perform designated responsibilities; viii. "District" shall mean a group of homes within the neighbourhood; ix. "Guest" shall mean any person who participates in an association activity and who is not a resident; x. "Honorary member" shall mean any adult person granted membership for a specified period of time, including lifetime, by a motion at an association meeting; xi. "Household" shall mean any self-contained residence, whether detached, semi-detached or forming part of a multiple residential structure, situated in the community; xii. "Member" shall mean the household with a paid up membership in the association and represented by a resident in that household; xiii. “Motion” and “resolution” shall mean a proposed decision of a meeting of directors and a general meeting and special general meeting xiv. “Notification" shall consist of a statement of the proposal and the basic outline of the issue involved; xv. "Owner(s)" shall mean the person or persons registered on title as owner or owners of one or more residences in the community; xvi. "Reconsideration" of a motion shall mean that members who were present and voted to reject a motion may request that the motion be reconsidered at the next general meeting of the association. xvii. "Resident" shall mean any person dwelling within the community who is over the legal age of majority; xviii. "Sponsor" shall identify an organization that has made financial contribution in cash or in-kind; and xix. “Sufficient Written Notice" shall specify the number of days in advance a notification is required to be transmitted to members.

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PART ONE 4. Purposes of Part One & Part Two 1. The purpose of the Clauses of Part One of By-law No. 1 is to establish the fundamental organization units, to allocate the activities, duties, rights and obligations, and to designate the sharing of responsibilities which taken all together make the association a vibrant, integrated and coordinated whole. 2. The purpose of the Clauses of Part Two of By-law No. 1 is to define the duties, detail day-to-day operational procedures and any other matters required by the Clauses in PART ONE so as to have orderly conduct of the association's business. 3. In situations where a conflict exists between an clause, clauses or parts thereof in Part Two AND an clause, clauses or parts thereof in Part One - the clause, clauses or parts thereof in Part One supersede such clause, clauses or parts thereof in Part Two. 4. Any clause, clauses or parts thereof in Part Two is null and void when it conflicts with an clause, clauses, or parts thereof in Part One. 5. Amendments to Part One 1. Amendments to this By-law No. 1 Part One can be made by the two-thirds approval of members voting at a general meeting or special general meeting of the association. 2. Amendments can only be entertained with sufficient written notice of thirty days to the members. 6. Association Year 1. The association year and the fiscal year shall be from November 1 to October 31 beginning from November 1, 2014. 7. English Language 1. The records and documents of the association will be kept in the English language. 8. Government and Administration 1. The association shall be governed by two institutions, each having complementary duties, rights and obligations as per the articles of this by-law: a. The association in a general meeting - an assembly of a quorum of members;

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b. The board of directors - members who have been elected to perform management duties on behalf of the association. 9. Membership 1. Any resident may register his or her household for membership. Upon payment of the annual membership fee, all residents of that household are considered members until October 31st in line with the provisions contained in the membership form. 2. As per Clause 21 s. 2, the membership fees for the following year shall be as fixed or amended at a general meeting of the association. 3. No member may transfer or assign their membership in the association. 4. All household residents may attend and participate in any general meeting or special general meeting of the association, but they are not allowed to vote on motions presented unless they are members of the association. 5. Each household represents a single count towards a quorum and may exercise a single vote. In the event that the household declare an unresolved disagreement about a vote that household vote is null and void. 6. Honorary members may participate in a meeting, form part of a quorum, and can vote - provided they reside in Katimavik-Hazeldean. 10. Conduct of General Meetings 1. The board of directors shall convene meetings of members known as "general meetings". The day of the general meetings shall be set in Clause 19 s. 2 of this by-law. 2. The time requirement for sufficient written notice shall be set in Clause 20 s. 1 of this by-law. Sufficient written notice of the agenda for a general meeting is deemed to have occurred when: a. the agenda has been briefly outlined, together with a short explanation of the topic areas, time and meeting locations and; b. posted on the association's website, in social media, and emailed to the members. 3. For general meetings, a quorum of members sufficient to conduct the business of the association shall be no less than 1% of the total membership as of the day prior to meeting day, at least two of whom must be directors.

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4. Parliamentary procedure, as far as possible, shall be followed at all meetings of the association except where any procedure would be inconsistent with this constitution and any by-law. 5. The chair of the meeting does not vote except in the event of a tie and in those meetings where less than fifteen members are in attendance. 6. Any member has the right to propose, express opinions on, and vote to support or to oppose any motion or amendment to a motion on issues or requests for funds that have been properly placed on the agenda when these matters come up for consideration at a general meeting or special general meeting of the association. 7. No new and/or similar issue, motion, request for funds, amendment or by-law which has been addressed and rejected may be reconsidered unless: a. 10% of the members voting to defeat it request reconsideration in writing within the subsequent twelve months; b. sufficient written notice is given to the members; and c. reconsideration is approved by two-thirds of members voting in the general meeting or special general meeting when reconsideration is to take place. 11. Special General Meetings 1. Special general meetings of the association shall be held: a. where required by the board of directors; or b. where requested in writing to the secretary or president by at least 10% of the members of the association. 2. Special general meetings are to be held as soon as sufficient written notice can be executed, as per by-law Clause #10 ss. 1 & 2 and Clause #20 ss. 1 & 2. 3. All sections of all articles of this by-law referring to the conduct of general meetings also apply to the conduct of special general meetings. 12. Board of Directors 1. There shall be a board of directors whose primary function is to administer, on behalf of the association, the day-to-day business of the association. 2. The board of directors is fully responsible and accountable to the association. 3. Only members can be directors of the association.

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4. Directors and officers have a fiduciary duty to the organization. A fiduciary duty is a duty to act in the best interests of the organization they are serving. a. Duty of Care- Requires the Directors and Officers to act in a manner that is in the organization’s best interests, and to execute their responsibilities with informed judgement and a degree of care that a person in a similar position would believe to be reasonable, given the circumstances. b. Duty of Loyalty- Requires the Directors and Officers to have a duty of undivided loyalty and cannot own or operate a business/organization that competes with the organization. c. Duty of Disclosure - Directors and Officers have the general duty to disclose material facts to all persons who have a right to know such facts, and also refrain from discussing confidential matters.

d. Duty of Obedience- Directors and Officers must obey the law and must perform their duties according to applicable law (municipal, provincial, federal) as well as to the terms of the by-laws of the association. 13. Election of the Directors 1. Election of directors to specific offices shall be held during the annual general meeting by vote of the members. 2. A nominating committee shall be appointed by the association in a general meeting no later than the September general meeting. This committee shall present a recommended slate of directors for election at the annual general meeting in October each year. The past-president shall normally be the chair of the nominating committee. 3. If no nomination additional to the slate recommended by the nominating committee is received at the annual general meeting, the slate recommended by the nominating committee shall be declared elected by acclamation. 4. The candidates for director positions shall be elected by the members. 5. A director may hold only one office at a time in addition to his or her directorship. 6. A director should not hold the same office for more than six years. If circumstances develop where there are no candidates for the incumbent's position, the director may remain in the position for the term of that board. 7. The newly elected board of directors shall take over the direction and management of the association on the first day of November following the election. Each new director must sign an Executive Agreement concerning the

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need to protect members' privacy and to acknowledge that they have read the bylaws of the association before they begin their term. 8. A vacancy occurs when an officer of the association ceases to be a member or fails or refuses to carry out his or her duties reasonably or in good faith. In such a case, a vacancy shall be declared. A member may be nominated by the board of directors to fill the vacancy of any director position. Such a nomination will, after sufficient written notice, be subject to confirmation at a general meeting of the association. 14. Impeachment 1. Impeachment proceedings may be initiated against any member of the board of directors. 2. All special general meeting requirements imposed by Part One and Part Two of this by-law will apply to the impeachment meeting. 3. No member being impeached or none of the 20 or more members initiating the proceedings shall chair the impeachment meeting. The meeting shall be chaired by a neutral party. 4. A vote of two-thirds of the members in attendance is required to remove a director from his or her position. 15. Dissolution 1. Written notice of any proposal from the board of directors to dissolve the association, setting forth the reasons and the disposition to be made of the association's assets, shall be communicated to every member at least ninety (90) days in advance of any action taken. 2. Upon dissolution of the association, the assets shall be dedicated to charitable organizations or organizations with objectives beneficial to the community. 3. The association shall be dissolved only with the written consent of two-thirds of members who joined the association at its last official membership drive or at its most recent annual general meeting - whichever is most recent. 16. Privacy Policy 1. The Common Law tradition requires that the association take proper care to ensure that the privacy of members and residents is safeguarded. 2. All new or renewing members must sign a membership application form and agree explicitly to the storage and occasional use of their contact information for the purposes of communicating association information. All broadcast emails being sent to members will use the BCC (blind carbon copy) field.

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PART TWO 17. Amendments to the General Part and Part Two 1. Amendments to the By-law No. 1 General Part and By-law No. 1 Part Two require sufficient written notice and the majority approval of members voting at a general meeting or special general meeting. 18. Offices of the Association 1. The association does not have an office. 2. The official address of the association is the mailing address of the president's home. 3. The official telephone number of the association is the president's telephone number. 4. The association maintains an internet website at: www.khca.on.ca. 5. Contact information for the association is specified on the association website. 6. The association may maintain social media accounts 19. Location and Date of General Meetings 1. General meetings of the association are normally held at the Kanata Recreation Complex. 2. General meetings are normally held on the first Monday of the month, with two exceptions: a. during the months of July and August general meetings are not normally held; and b. when the first Monday falls on a statutory holiday or in a special circumstance e. g., a public voting day, the general meeting shall be convened on the following Monday. 3. The annual general meeting will be convened in October of each year. 20. Time Limits 1. Sufficient Written Notice As per Clause #10 s. 2 in this by-law, sufficient written notice shall be transmitted no less than three days prior to the general or special general meeting for sufficient written notice to be deemed to have occurred.

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2. Notice of Issues, Requests for Funds or Motions As per Clause #22 s. 1 in this by-law, written notice of issues, written requests for funds and written copies of proposed motions are to be given to the president or the secretary no less than ten days prior to the meeting. 3. Board of Directors' Meetings The president or Secretary shall normally draw up a draft agenda and circulate it electronically to Members of the Board at least five days prior to their meeting. 21. Membership Fees 1. The membership year will be the same as the association year. 2. The annual membership fee shall be $10.00 per household. 3. There shall be no membership fee for honorary members. 4. The board of directors shall issue one receipt per household, to be issued in the name of the president and treasurer of the association and signed by a director or his or her representative, on payment of the membership fee. 22. Procedures for Members 1. Any person proposing to raise a matter for discussion at any general meeting shall deliver written notice to the secretary or the president. The notice shall include a brief outline of issue, any request for funds, or the wording of a proposed motion. The time requirement for written notice shall be set in Clause #20 s. 2. 2. In the event of a dispute or uncertainty arising as to who is a member, the decision of the chair, after consultation with the directors present, shall be final and binding. 3. Members may only vote in person. 4. Show of hands is the normal method of expressing votes on a motion. 5. All motions, requests for funds, amendments or by-laws voted on shall be decided by a majority of those voting, except in any case where the approval of a greater number is required by this by-law. 23. Fiscal Responsibilities 1. All individuals, association members, board members or entities requesting funds from the association, including, but not limited to monetary donations and

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grants to other organizations or individuals, will communicate their needs to the Treasurer or President no later than September 1st in order to be considered for inclusion in the following annual budget in effect November 1st of a given year 2. A funding request shall: i. state what the money is to be used for; ii. include a financial breakdown of the project, including other funding sources; iii. specify the amount of funding being requested; iv. Normally a representative from the requesting organization will be available for a presentation or to answer members' questions about the funding request; 3. The Treasurer will present a detailed annual budget to the association for approval; 4. The annual budget must receive the approval of the association in a general meeting or special general meeting prior to disbursement of funds; 5. All payments relating to expenses, donations and grants previously included in an approved budget will be processed by the Treasurer upon presentation by the requisitioner of appropriate and complete supporting documentation; 6. All expenditure requests received in the current year and not included in the budget must be submitted for consideration at least ten days prior to a general meeting, at which point the request will be addressed by the association. The association will take into account the current year’s budget as well as the current Statement of Operations when evaluating all non-budgeted expenditure requests; 7. No more than 10% of the association's projected uncommitted financial assets at the end of the current fiscal year may be approved for individual non-budgeted expenditure requests. With sufficient written notice and the approval of two-thirds of the members at a general meeting, an amount exceeding this limit may be granted; 8. All association cheques or electronic disbursement must be signed either by the Treasurer or the President, and co-signed by one of the following: President, Vice-President, Treasurer or Secretary. Appropriate and complete supporting documentation must be reviewed and approved prior to the remittance of a payment; 9. The KHCA expense claim form must be duly completed and submitted to the Treasurer for all requests relating to the reimbursement of expenses incurred and must include original supporting documents. Cash advances for future association disbursements will not be issued;

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10. All financial documents relating to the association must be maintained by the Treasurer for a minimum of six years; 11. Receipts will be issued on behalf of the association by the Treasurer or a designated individual for all funds received by the association. 24. Board of Director Appointments 1. The association may from time to time create standing committees. a. Each standing committee shall have a chair and members appointed for a one-year term by the board of directors. In making the appointment, the board shall define that committee's terms of reference. b. The chairs of committees are responsible for periodically convening meetings with members of their committee and reporting on the status of their work to the board. On an as-required basis, the chair shall report to the association in a general meeting, at the discretion of the president, with ten days sufficient written notice. 2. The association, in a general meeting, may create one or more ad hoc committees to exercise such functions and carry out such tasks as the association shall from time to time decide. a. Each ad hoc committee shall have a chair who may then appoint such other members to make up the committee as the board of directors may approve. b. The motion approving the formation of an ad hoc committee shall specify the chair, the mandate of the committee and the date at which the committee shall report on their findings and activities. c. No ad hoc committee shall be in operation for a period in excess of six months. 3. The board of directors may enter into a community partnership agreement with any Kanata organization supporting the aims or initiatives of the association. Community partnerships shall be recognized on the association’s website, in social media and local newspapers as far as possible. 4. The board of directors may solicit financial sponsors in cash or in kind for the association's events or operations. Sponsors shall be recognized on the association's website, in social media and as possible in local newspapers. 25. Operational Responsibilities 1. The board of directors shall have all the powers necessary to accomplish its primary function including, but not limited to: a. the convening of meetings;

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b. the conduct of meetings; c. recommending courses of action and adopting procedures for the association; d. recommending and collecting annual membership fees from members and soliciting donations in cash or in kind from sponsors; e. retaining and discharging professional advisors and employees and non-professional staff; f. recommending the appointment of honorary members; g. obtaining association approval for all activities organized directly or promoted by the association; h. negotiating, contracting and/or partnering with any relevant person, organization, or governmental authority on behalf of the association; i. purchasing equipment and supplies for the performance of the association's duties and; j. purchasing such insurance as may appear necessary to protect the properties and interest of the association and to indemnify the directors and employees of the association. 2. The president shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the association. 3. The secretary shall be the Chief Recording Officer of the association. 4. The treasurer shall be the Chief Financial Officer of the association. 5. The directors forming the Board of Directors shall be elected from the membership, by the members in attendance at the annual general meeting, to the positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and one "Member at Large" Director. Starting in October 2018, elections will be held for President and Secretary for two-year terms (Vice-President, Treasurer and Member-at-Large will again be elected for one year), and for Vice-President, Treasurer and Member-at-Large for two-year terms beginning in October 2019. 6. The immediate past-president shall also be a full member of the board of directors. 7. The board of directors shall normally meet or communicate over the internet at least once before a general meeting and a special general meeting. When the majority of directors agree, meeting discussions may occur over the internet in order to set the agenda and deal with matters requiring its decision. Decisions and dissent shall be conveyed in writing. The timing of executive committee meetings or exchanges over the internet shall be set in Clause #19 of this by-law.

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8. There must normally be at least three directors present or participating to constitute a quorum of the board of directors. 9. The board of directors of the association shall report to the members on activities and affairs of the association, including a financial statement at each general meeting or at any special general meeting. In addition, the executive shall submit a report summarizing the year's activities and details of the financial status of the association at the last general meeting of the fiscal year; that is, the annual general meeting. 10. The budget for the coming fiscal year shall be presented by the Board of directors and approved by the association no later than October 31st. 11. The president of the association shall act as chair of any meeting of members or in the president's absence a vice-president or alternatively, the treasurer shall act as chair. 12. The Board of Directors shall be responsible for ensuring that a current official list of members of the association as of the day prior to the meeting shall be available for inspection at every general meeting of the association. 13. The Board of Directors shall maintain a communications policy for the association. 26. Duties of the President 1. The president shall to the best of his or her abilities: a. normally attend board of directors meetings, general meetings and special general meetings of the association; b. use best efforts to interpret clauses of each the General Part, Part One and Part Two of this By-law as fairly as possible using the good judgement of the board of directors as appropriate; c. act as chair for all meetings of the board of directors and of the association; d. have the co-signing authority necessary to the orderly conduct of the financial affairs of the association; e. be responsible for the sound operation and orderly administration of the association's day-to-day affairs including the calling of and conduct of general meetings and special general meetings of the association; f. represent the association at City Council, on the community associations' joint committee and in other forums outside the neighbourhood;

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g. delegate some of these duties, except for co-signing authority, and other duties to the vice-president(s) as far as the vice-president(s) may be able and willing to carry them out; and h. maintain the back-up copy of the official list of members of the association. 27. Duties of the Vice-President(s) 1. The vice-president or vice-presidents shall to the best of each of his or her abilities: a. normally attend board of directors meetings, general meetings and special general meetings of the association; b. be prepared to act in place of the president according to Clause #26 on the duties of the president; c. at the discretion of the president, co-ordinate the execution of the annual membership drive ; d. fairly contribute to the board of directors by accepting delegated duties as assigned by the president ; and e. have the co-signing authority necessary to the orderly conduct of the financial affairs of the association. 28. Duties of the Secretary 1. The secretary shall to the best of his or her abilities: a. normally attend directors, general and special general meetings of the association; b. maintain custody in good order of all books, records, registers, rosters and any other documentation reasonably necessary to record the affairs of the association; c. be responsible for keeping current the minutes of all meetings of the association, making special note of the decisions, motions, amendments and by-laws approved or denied and for having the approved meeting minutes published on the association website; d. keep up to date the by-law of the association as amended from time to time, making it available for inspection and reference at any general or special general meeting of the association and for publication on the association website ; e. be responsible for maintenance of the association's correspondence file including preparing letters and forms as requested by the president ; and

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f. Have the co-signing authority necessary to the orderly conduct of the financial affairs of the association. 29. Duties of the Treasurer 1. The treasurer shall to the best of his or her abilities: a. normally attend directors, general and special general meetings of the association; b. prepare and present, no later than October 31st, a budget for the fiscal year, identifying a forecast of the probable revenues and expenditures of the association; c. maintain in good order all financial records and accounts of the association; d. table a detailed accounting of the financial records of the association at the annual general meeting and report on the financial health of the association at every general meeting; e. have co-signing authority for all association accounts; f. deposit all monies received on behalf of the association in an account, or accounts, maintained in the name of the association in a chartered bank or other financial institution. g. maintain the current official list of members of the association and make them available for inspection at any general or special general meeting of the association; and h. ensure that receipts are issued on behalf of the association by the Treasurer or a designated individual for all funds received by the association. 30. Duties of Additional Director or Directors 1. An additional director or directors shall to the best of his or her abilities discharge the duties assigned by a general meeting authorizing their election. 31. Duties of the Past-President 1. The past-president shall to the best of his or her abilities: a. normally attend directors, general and special general meetings of the association; . b. normally act as chair of the nominating committee.

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The last changes were voted on and passed at the meeting of May 6, 2019

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Canada Day in Kanata 2019!

Canada Day in Kanata 2019!
Yes, we will be there again this year! This year we will be having a silent auction of goods donated from local businesses and lots of free activities and freezies for the kids.

Kanata Community Festival / Walter Baker Park (beside the Kanata Recreation Complex) / July 26th!

Kanata Community Festival / Walter Baker Park (beside the Kanata Recreation Complex)  /  July 26th!
3 - 6 PM: Many interesting community organizations with booths and displays. Lots of fun free activities for the kids. 6 PM: Pizza provided courtesy of Willy's Pizza. 7 PM: A Company of Fools begin their presentation of Romeo and Juliet for all ages! A fun and economical Friday afternoon/evening in the park, for families to enjoy.

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Katimakids Is Back!
All spaces are now full and registration is closed. Thank you!

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