Organizational Authority Resolution
Business members of Crosstown Civic Credit Union must appoint a representative to cast a vote on behalf of the organization.
In accordance with The Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act (the Act), an individual member of a Credit Union, over the age of 18, may cast a maximum of two votes for Director Elections or Special Resolutions – one for his or her personal membership, and another as a representative of a corporate body or association.
All corporate or association members must delegate, by formal resolution, a representative to cast a vote on behalf of the organization. This process may involve delegating the responsibility for voting authority to alternate individuals to ensure that the two-vote maximum for an individual is not exceeded. By assigning a delegate, the individual must be over the age of 18 and can either be another signor on the account, other member or non- member of the credit union. Each individual delegate may not already be representing another corporate body or association with the credit union.
To assign this delegate, members can fill out the Organizational Authority Resolution form and submit:
Please note that one completed document is required for each corporate or association membership. The delegated authorities identified on the form will remain in effect until amended by the member.
If this form is not received by the deadline (TBD), the corporate membership ballot(s) mailed to you with the forthcoming Special Meeting of Members Voting Package will become inactive, and you will be unable to cast a vote online on behalf of that particular membership. Voting will only be accepted in person at the Special Meeting of Members (date TBD) with the delegated person in attendance and with appropriate identification.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Member Solutions Centre at 204.942.1277, or ask a branch representative.