M-44 - National Museums Act

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7. The affairs of a museum are administered by a board of directors composed of 11 to 15 members appointed by the Government, as follows:
(1)  the chair of the board of directors;
(2)  the director general;
(3)  one person appointed on the recommendation of the local municipality in whose territory the museum’s head office is located or, if that territory is included in that of a metropolitan community, on the recommendation of that metropolitan community; and
(4)  not more than 12 other persons, appointed on the Minister’s recommendation, taking into consideration the expertise and experience profile established by the board and after consultation with socio-economic and cultural organizations, in particular organizations interested in museology.
The offices of chair of the board and director general may not be held concurrently.
1983, c. 52, s. 7; 1990, c. 85, s. 122; 1996, c. 2, s. 743; 2000, c. 56, s. 218; 2002, c. 64, s. 2; 2016, c. 322016, c. 32, s. 3.
7. The affairs of a museum are administered by a board of directors consisting of nine members, including a chairman, appointed by the Government.
One of the members is appointed on the recommendation of the local municipality in whose territory the head office of the museum is located or, if that territory is comprised in that of an metropolitan community, on the recommendation of that metropolitan community.
The remaining members are appointed after consultation with socio-economic and cultural organizations, in particular organizations interested in museology.
The by-laws of a museum may provide for other categories of members; these are non-voting members.
1983, c. 52, s. 7; 1990, c. 85, s. 122; 1996, c. 2, s. 743; 2000, c. 56, s. 218; 2002, c. 64, s. 2.
7. The affairs of a museum are administered by a board of directors consisting of nine members, including a chairman, appointed by the Government.
One of the members is appointed on the recommendation of the local municipality in whose territory the head office of the museum is located or, if that territory is comprised in that of an metropolitan community, on the recommendation of that metropolitan community.
A second member is appointed after consultation with educational circles.
The remaining members are appointed after consultation with the board of directors of the museum and persons or organizations or associations interested in museology.
The by-laws of a museum may provide for other categories of members; these are non-voting members.
1983, c. 52, s. 7; 1990, c. 85, s. 122; 1996, c. 2, s. 743; 2000, c. 56, s. 218.
7. The affairs of a museum are administered by a board of directors consisting of nine members, including a chairman, appointed by the Government.
One of the members is appointed on the recommendation of the local municipality in whose territory the head office of the museum is located or, if that territory is comprised in that of an urban community, on the recommendation of that urban community.
A second member is appointed after consultation with educational circles.
The remaining members are appointed after consultation with the board of directors of the museum and persons or organizations or associations interested in museology.
The by-laws of a museum may provide for other categories of members; these are non-voting members.
1983, c. 52, s. 7; 1990, c. 85, s. 122; 1996, c. 2, s. 743.
7. The affairs of a museum are administered by a board of directors consisting of nine members, including a chairman, appointed by the Government.
One of the members is appointed on the recommendation of the urban community or, if none, the municipal council having jurisdiction at the place of the head office of the museum.
A second member is appointed after consultation with educational circles.
The remaining members are appointed after consultation with the board of directors of the museum and persons or organizations or associations interested in museology.
The by-laws of a museum may provide for other categories of members; these are non-voting members.
1983, c. 52, s. 7; 1990, c. 85, s. 122.
7. The affairs of a museum are administered by a board of directors consisting of nine members, including a chairman, appointed by the Government.
One of the members is appointed on the recommendation of the urban or regional community or, if none, the municipal council having jurisdiction at the place of the head office of the museum.
A second member is appointed after consultation with educational circles.
The remaining members are appointed after consultation with the board of directors of the museum and persons or organizations or associations interested in museology.
The by-laws of a museum may provide for other categories of members; these are non-voting members.
1983, c. 52, s. 7.