A company constitution is a legal document that defines how a company can operate. It also sets out the rights and duties of people in the company, such as members, directors and the company secretary. A constitution can be adopted when you register your company, after registration, or not at all.
The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) is a non-partisan Political Action Committee (PAC) organization, whose purpose is to promote visible minorities rights under human rights laws, to foster international peace and diplomatic relations, the creation and dissemination of rigorous political advocacy, for the protection of civil rights under The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, to protect those basic rights and freedoms of all Canadians.
Name: The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) ~English). Le Parti de Coalition Nationale du Canada (PCNC) ~ Français).
Organization: NCPC PAC shall be independent of any political party, candidate, or organization except that the association may defray all costs and expenses incurred in the establishment and administration of, and in the solicitation of contributions to NCPC PAC. The Canada Elections Act allows PACs to spend up to $150,000 on third-party advertising during an election.
Purpose: We operate under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, working to register The National Coalition Party of Canada (NCPC) Political Action Committee with Elections Canada to participate as a Political Party.
Powers: Whereas to advance the fundamental principles of Fair Elections Act S.C. 2014, c. 12, under the Canada Elections Act (S.C. 2000, c. 9) to require the Chief Electoral Officer to implement electoral policy and program for all registered political parties to benefit equitably from Media & Broadcasting representations to compete in elections.
Official Office: The highest-ranking officer of NCPC PAC shall consist of The Prime Minister Office Liaison Officer. Such officer shall be appointed in the manner set forth in the Constitution and shall exercise such duties as are imposed upon them by the Constitution and/or subsequent By-Laws, in compliance with The Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (S.C. 2009, c. 23).
Management & Executives: The executive and management of NCPC PAC shall be vested in a 9-person Governing Board (hereinafter, the “Executive Board”). The Executive Board shall consist of the Officers and additional members shall be selected in such manner, to serve for such period or periods of time, and exercise such powers as are specified in the Bylaws. The officers of NCPC PAC shall consist of a Chair, President & CEO, Treasurer, and General Manager (GM) and such other officers.
Political Action Committees (PACs): NCPC Political Action Committees (PACs) are typically formed to represent, however, not limited to business, labor, governments, diplomacy, human rights groups, civil rights organizations, or political ideological interests. Corporations, labor unions, membership organizations, or trade associations can establish separate segregated funds (SSFs). Once established, these committees can only receive contributions from individuals that are associated with organizations.
Membership: The corporation is authorized to establish Class A members and Class B members as follows: (Section.1) The Class A members shall be entitled to receive notice of and to attend all meetings of the members of the Corporation and each Class A member shall have one (1) vote at each such meeting, except for meetings at which only members of another class are entitled to vote separately as a class.
Meetings of the Board: The Chair shall call upon regular meetings, Emergency Special Session (ESS), and Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Board and members as provided in the Constitutions and promulgated Bylaws. Other meetings may be called by members in accordance with Article VII and Article VIII. Special meetings may be called by the Chair.
Amendments: This Constitution may be amended, repealed, or a new Constitution may be adopted, at any meeting of the Board of Directors of the organization by a majority vote of those present, so long as the Board of Directors of the organization is given at least five days' written notice, with the approval of The Prime Minister Office Liaison Officer (Office)
Art. XI: Emblem: The sphere is an ancient and universal symbol that represents unity, completeness and infinity and universal harmony.
Art. XII: NCPC-PAC Spirit Animal: The owl spirit animal represents the deep connection with wisdom, good judgment, and knowledge
In a federal state like Canada, governed by the parliamentary political process, peace, order, and good government require an effective second federal chamber. This proposition is based on the fundamentally regional characteristics of our country.