New bylaws in 2014

The Canadian government has created a new law (Not For Profit Act or NFP Act) governing federally-incorporated not-for-profit corporations (such as PMAC-AGPC), which requires us to pass some motions and submit some paperwork to them before October 17, 2014, or the organization will be dissolved. Read on for details...

PMAC-AGPC needs to:

· replace its letters patent with a Certificate of Continuance (Form 4031), along with Form 4002
· change the bylaws to be compliant with the NFP Act
· approve the new articles of continuance and the new bylaws by 2/3 majority at the annual general meeting,
· Submit Forms 4031 and 4002 and the new bylaws to Corporations Canada.

To meet these requirements the following two motions will be made during the AGM:

Motion 1: to authorize the directors of PMAC-AGPC to apply for a Certificate of Continuance

Motion 2: to repeal the existing bylaws of PPMAC-AGPC effective on the date that PMAC-AGPC continues under the NFP Act and to approve the new bylaws to be effective on the same date.

Draft versions of the forms and new bylaws are attached below.


General Address

Project Management Association of Canada

455 boulevard de la Gappe, Suite 201
Gatineau, Québec
Canada, J8T 0E1

Phone: (819) 410-0427

PMAC Certification Body

Project Management Association of Canada

Box 58043, Rosslynn RPO
Oshawa, Ontario
Canada L1J 8L6

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