Resolutions

Resolutions

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Governance resolutions (constitutional or directive) propose an amendment to the party’s constitution or bylaws, or an operational change to internal party functions–for example: forming a new committee or setting a membership fee.

Code Title
G16-C002
On limit to councillor tenure (Bylaw 2.1.4)
G16-C003
Give 14 days notice of Council Vacancies to members by email
G16-C004
Require a by-election for Council Vacancies
G16-C006
Require that all Council, committee and General Meeting minutes be posted on the website
G16-C007
Separating political leadership and governance leadership
G16-C008
Clarify the Operating Procedures of Green Party of Canada
G16-C009
On calling a leadership race (Bylaw 2.1.7.2)
G16-C010
Clarify the use of the Policy Governance Model by Council
G16-C011
Clarify the process for Implementation of Directive resolutions
G16-C012
Clarifying the electoral purpose of the GPC in Article 4 of the Constitution
G16-C013
Replacing the word “Principles” with “Values” in the Constitution
G16-C014
Addition of the term “economic” to Green Values in Constitution
G16-C015
Adopting a Seventh Core Principle: Scientific Inquiry
G16-C016
Increase General Meeting Quorum to 100
G16-C017
Removal of Leader after two terms or less than 75% support
G16-C018
Randomly assigning members' voting rights to one Convention workshop only
G16-C019
Removal of member who has willfully damaged the party
G16-D001
Allow Voting by Remote Ballot in Rural Ridings for Candidate Nomination and Other Procedures
G16-D002
Improve the welcoming and membership renewal process for GPC donors and members
G16-D003
Federal Council Member Reimbursement
G16-D004
On Recording Council Motions/Resolutions
G16-D005
Clear and Consistent use of the terms "Motion" and "Resolution"