Constitution & By-laws

The Constitution & By-laws

Community Living Ontario was formed originally as the Ontario Association for Retarded Children on April 27, 1953 and incorporated by Letters Patent on April 23, 1954 under the Companies Act (now Corporations Act) of the Province of Ontario. The federation changed its name in 1965 to the Ontario Association for the Mentally Retarded and in May 1987 to the Ontario Association for Community Living – Association pour l’Intégration communautaire de l’Ontario and subsequently in June 2002 to Community Living Ontario (in English). In May 2003, the Board of Directors passed a motion to change the French name to Intégration communautaire Ontario.

Community Living Ontario’s constitution and by-laws are available by clicking here.

2020 Annual General Meeting Information & Documents

While we recognize these are difficult and uncertain times, we continue to move forward with the planning of our Annual General Meeting, scheduled to take place on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.

In anticipation of the AGM, you can find the following documents to review in the package below:

  • Notice of 67th Annual General Meeting
  • Call for Nominations 2020/2021
  • 2020-2021 Nominations Form
  • Information Sheet for Potential Candidates
  • Call for Resolutions and By-Law Amendments for Discussion

If you want more information, head here.


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