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Board of Directors
Children's Aid Society / La Société d'aide à l'enfance Nipissing Parry Sound

CAS Current Board Members:

PRESIDENT / PRÉSIDENT 
STOPPER, John (Interim President)
Boardpresident@parnipcas.org

VICE-PRESIDENT / VICE-PRÉSIDENT  
VANDERLEE, Darlene (Interim Vice President)

SECRETARY / SECRÉTAIRE 
SCHMIDT, Joanne

TREASURER / TRÉSORIER 
BARKER, Bonnie

BELLEFEUILLE, Cathy
ROGERS, Joe
STONE, Tom
DAVIS, Barb

 

Board Meetings:

Board Meetings generally take place on the 4th Tuesday of the each month (September to June) and the public is welcome to attend. If you are interested in attending you must advise the Executive Assistant, Brogan Adrian, of your attendance at least 3 business days prior to the meeting by phone 705-667-0128 or by email at brogan.adrian@parnipcas.org For more information please view the documents below.

Board Meetings 2017-2018
Réunions du conseil d’administration 2017-2018

By-laws, Policies & Procedures:

The Children’s Aid Society of the District of Nipissing and Parry Sound is governed by a multitude of federal, provincial and municipal laws/bylaws, regulations and public policies. The Board of Directors is expected to demonstrate “due diligence,” which requires that Directors take reasonable steps to ensure compliance with any applicable provisions of legislation or regulations. The bylaws are a set of legal rules established by the membership of the Corporation by which The Children’s Aid Society of the District of Nipissing and Parry Sound governs itself. The bylaws outline how the decisions are to be made by the Board of Directors and the membership of the Corporation. The Board of Directors has adopted Governance Policies and Procedures to ensure effective governance practices. To view our By-laws and our Policies & Procedures please view the documents below.

The Complete Policies and Procedures
CAS NPS By Laws June 2011

Complaint Process:

From time to time, the Board of Directors may receive a complaint regarding the overall plans, policy and practices of the organization or the behaviour of an individual associated with the organization. To ensure accountability and effective stewardship, it is critical that an organization create a transparent, fair and timely method of responding to complaints. Please download our governance process complaint policy below for more details.

Complaint Process Policy
Processus de règlement des plaintes