Provincially incorporated in 1964, MSOT is governed by a Board of Directors and bylaws and reports its activities to members at an annual general meeting and through an annual report.
MSOT’s objectives are:
Our Board of Directors consists of five officers, five standing committee chairs, five co-chairs and four corresponding members. Directors may serve up to 3 2-year terms. No Director may serve more than 6 consecutive years. Members are welcome to attend Board meetings.
Key Volunteer Positions:
Newsletter Editor: vacant
Website Editor: vacant
Northern/Rural Connector: Charlene Matheson/Corrine Clyne
Executive Officer: Heidi Garcia
If you are interested in joining the Board or a committee, contact the MSOT office to learn more by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The MSOT By-laws are reviewed, amended and approved by the membership as required by the obligations of incorporation.
Each year, MSOT publishes an Annual Report of operations. Latest reports: