The Club Constitution

Effective 3 August 16

CONSTITUTION OF THE ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGES CLUB OF CANADA 

ARTICLE 1.0 – NAME

1. The name of the Club shall be the Royal Military Colleges Club of Canada / le Club des collèges militaires royaux du Canada. Hereinafter, it will be referred to as the “RMC Club”.

ARTICLE 2.0 – OBJECTS

2.1 The objects of the Club are: the bringing together of its members for mutual benefit and support; the encouragement and maintenance of the camaraderie which has always existed at the Canadian Military Colleges; and the advancement of the welfare of its members, the Cadets and the Canadian Military Colleges generally.

ARTICLE 3.0 – ORGANIZATION

3.1 The Club is an unincorporated Not-For-Profit Organization (NPO).

3.1.1 The Club shall be carried on without pecuniary gain to its members.

3.1.2 All property and funds of the Club and all profits of or other accretions to the Club shall be used in promoting the objects of the club, and no member shall have any right or claim to any such property, funds, profits or other accretions.

3.1.3 In the event that the Club is wound up or amalgamated with some other organization, no part of the assets of the Club shall be distributed to any of its members, but shall be transferred to some other organization with similar objectives as those of the Club and of a non-profit nature.

3.1.4 All funds currently held and all funds subsequently received derived from subscriptions for life membership shall be held in a segregated fund and shall be managed and remitted in accordance with the directions of the Investment and LMIF Committee.

3.2 The Club shall be directed by a Board of Directors, which should consist of:

 .1 five (5) Directors each representing cohorts from their respective year of entry  as follows;

  1. 5 – 10 years;
  2. 11 – 20 years;
  3. 21 – 30 years;
  4. 31 – 40 years; and
  5. 41 – 49 years.

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