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The Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act S.C. 2009, c.23 including the regulations made pursuant to the Act, and any statute or regulations that may be substituted, as amended from time to time.
To be considered active, an official must have officiated a minimum of one event within the past 24 months.
A term used in synchronized skating to describe technical content that increases the difficulty of an element. Additional features such as step sequences, free skating moves, free skating elements and point of intersection are divided into groups according to their difficulty which are updated yearly and published in Skate Canada and ISU communications.
Defines with which Section a Club or Skating School, a Registrant or a Coach has an association.
A three-turn from an outside edge in which the free leg is extended and the toe and hip are well turned out and held over the tracing. The instep of the free foot is drawn close to the heel of the skating foot as the turn is made. After the turn onto an inside edge, the free foot is extended back of the tracing before being brought back beside the skating foot in time for the next step.
The annual meeting of Members.
A Director appointed by the Board in accordance with Article 5 hereof [of the bylaws].
The original or restated articles of incorporation or articles of amendment, amalgamation, continuance, reorganization, arrangement, or revival of Skate Canada.
A position in which the free leg is bent, and brought up out and behind at a ninety-degree angle to the leg of the skating foot.
A Public Accountant, as defined in the Act, appointed by the Members by Ordinary Resolution at the Annual Meeting to audit the books, accounts, and records of Skate Canada for a report to the Members at the next Annual Meeting.
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