C-62.1 - Act respecting the Conservatoire de musique et d’art dramatique du Québec

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25. A board member who is a Conservatoire personnel member must, on pain of forfeiture of office, abstain from voting on any matter concerning the board member’s employment status, remuneration, employee benefits and other conditions of employment, or those of the category of employees to which the member belongs. The member must also, after having been given an opportunity to submit observations, withdraw from the meeting while the matter is discussed or voted on.
The first paragraph applies in the same manner to every board member who is a personnel member, except the director general and the principals of Conservatoire institutions, with respect to any matter concerning the remuneration, employee benefits and other conditions of employment of other categories of employees.
Despite the first paragraph, the director general may vote on any matter concerning the employment status, remuneration, employee benefits or other conditions of employment of the academic director.
1994, c. 2, s. 25; 2015, c. 22, s. 2.
25. In order to achieve its objects, the Conservatoire may, in particular,
(1)  adopt the programs of studies of the Conservatoire;
(2)  award degrees, diplomas, certificates or other attestations of studies relating to the programs of studies, including the “Prix du Conservatoire”;
(3)  enter into service agreements, with or without consideration, with any person or body;
(4)  create competitions for the awarding of prizes, and set the conditions related thereto;
(5)  enter, according to law, into agreements with governments other than the Gouvernement du Québec, with a department or body of such a government or with an international organization or with a body of such an organization;
(6)  form juries responsible for evaluating candidates for the “Prix du Conservatoire” and candidates participating in any other competition or examination, and determine their operating rules;
(7)  form advisory committees, in addition to the advisory bodies provided for in Chapter III, to facilitate the carrying out of this Act, and determine the duties, powers and operating rules of such committees;
(8)  solicit and receive gifts, legacies, subsidies and other contributions provided that the conditions that are attached thereto are compatible with the objects of the Conservatoire.
1994, c. 2, s. 25.