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Board of Health Bylaw

Part VI of the Health Protection and Promotion Act 1990, (as amended) establishes the Board of Health as a corporation without share capital. It specifies the composition, legal status and provision of reports to the Minister. A key responsibility of the Board of Health is to pass by-laws respecting the management of property, banking and finance, calling of and proceedings of meetings and the appointment of an auditor.  In addition, the legislation states that the Board may pass by-laws respecting the appointment, duties and removal of officers (other than the MOH) and employees, and the remuneration, pensions and other benefits, and any other matter necessary or advisable for the management of the affairs of the health unit or such services and in such amounts as the Minister may approve

Policy Number

Name of Policy

Date of Approval / Most Recent Update


Meeting Transparency and Confidentiality



Remote Participation by Directors


 Governance, Financial, Operational, Authorizing Resolutions 20-Feb-19

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