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Article 8: Division of Sections

8.1 For the purposes of management and control, Skate Canada shall be divided into 10 geographic jurisdictions ("Sections"). The Sections of Skate Canada shall be as follows:

    1. BRITISH COLUMBIA/YUKON: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of British Columbia and the Yukon Territory;
    2. ALBERTA/NWT/NUNAVUT: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Territory;
    3. SASKATCHEWAN: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Saskatchewan;
    4. MANITOBA: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Manitoba;
    5. ONTARIO: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Ontario;
    6. QUEBEC: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Quebec;
    7. NEW BRUNSWICK: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of New Brunswick;
    8. NOVA SCOTIA: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Nova Scotia;
    9. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Prince Edward Island;
    10. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR: all Clubs/Skating Schools in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

8.2 The affairs of each Section shall be managed by a Section board of directors at annual general meetings of the Section, which meetings shall be held prior to the Annual Meeting.

8.3 Except in the case of a conflict with a provincial statute governing a Section, the Bylaws apply to and govern the activities of each Section. A Section may adopt a constitution, seek incorporation, and adopt additional bylaws for the Section. Such constitution, incorporation, and bylaws are subject to the approval of the Board before becoming effective.

8.4 A member of a Section shall be considered as follows:

    1. each Club and Skating School in Good Standing with its registered address being within a particular Section shall be a member of that Section unless otherwise determined by the Board;
    2. each Registrant in Good Standing who has registered with a Club or Skating School in a particular Section shall be a member of that Section;
    3. each Registered Professional Coach in Good Standing who has registered with Skate Canada as being resident within a particular Section shall be a member of that Section
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