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Article 12: Amendment of Bylaws

12.1 Except for the items set out in Article 13 hereof, Bylaws may be proposed, amended or repealed by Ordinary Resolution of the Directors at a meeting of the Board. The Directors will submit the Bylaw proposal, amendment, or repeal to the Members at the next Members Meeting, and the Members may, by Ordinary Resolution, confirm, reject or amend the Bylaw proposal, amendment or repeal. The Bylaw confirmation, amendment, or repeal is effective from the date of the Ordinary Resolution of the Directors. The Bylaw confirmation, amendment or repeal ceases to have effect if it is not submitted to the Members at the next Members Meeting or if it is rejected by the Members at such meeting.

12.2 Proposals, amendments, or repeals to the Bylaws may be submitted by the Board, by a Section, by a Club or Skating School in Good Standing, or by a Registered Professional Coach in Good Standing. A Bylaw proposal, amendment, or repeal submitted by the Board must be signed by the President/Chair. A Bylaw proposal, amendment, or repeal submitted by a Section must be signed by its Section Chair. A Bylaw proposal, amendment, or repeal submitted by a Club or Skating School must be signed by its president or owner. A Bylaw proposal, amendment, or repeal submitted by a Registered Professional Coach in Good Standing must be signed by such Professional Coach.

12.3 Proposals, amendments, or repeals to the Bylaws must be submitted in writing to the Chief Executive Officer of Skate Canada ninety (90) days in advance of the Members Meeting at which they are to be considered. Proposals, amendments, or repeals to the Bylaws shall be sent by the Chief Executive Officer of Skate Canada to each Member and each Director sixty (60) days prior to the date of the Members Meeting at which they are to be considered. Each Member and each Director shall have until forty-five (45) days prior to the date of such Members Meeting to respond, via written submission to the Chief Executive Officer of Skate Canada, to any such proposals, amendments, or repeals. The Chief Executive Officer of Skate Canada shall notify each Member and each Director of any such responses (30) days prior to said Members Meeting.

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