Information for Provincial and District Boards

Details about Members, Policies and Procedures

A collection of Policies and Procedures.  Constitution and By-laws here.

Feb 18 2022, updates, ONCA - AHOA  -  OAAS Convention Seminar 
Speaker Benjamin Miller lawyer
What steps do nonprofits need to take? PPT  Updated Feb 18, 2022
Comments and Questions from Benjamin click here

Disclaimer: Agricultural and horticultural organizations incorporate before 1990 may not have articles of incorporation or a certificate of incorporation issued by OMAFRA. For nonprofits without articles of incorporation, it is not yet clear how provisions required by ONCA to be put in the articles apply to them. We are looking into the matter and will provide updates as we learn more.

https://www.lawnow.org/volunteering-and-income-tax/ 
https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/charities-giving/charities/operating-a-registered-charity/books-records.html

 Recording of webinar

 


Nov 24 2021 OAAS District Update Webinar 
District Executive/Boards Webinar PPT
District Governance overview PPT
Manager speaking Notes
Recording of webinar

About the current Provincial Executive

Directors representing their Boards at the Provincial level

District Board Information including Executive, Provincial Board of Directors, and District Boards
Click Here updated September 2, 2022
Police Record Check PRC letter  fillable form updated September 2, 2022


After receiving some queries, this letter has been updated to reflect the information required when requesting a Police Records Check.
We have added a line to indicate the Agricultural Society or District you are volunteering with and clarify the line regarding your position title.
IMPORTANT:  If you are completing a VSC, we have added a line to enable you to provide a description of your responsibilities towards children/youth and vulnerable persons.
NOTE most of you will only require the Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check (CRJMC), not the Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)
NOTE A completed copy of this form(OAAS Letter) must be submitted with your Police Records Check application. Once you complete the attached OAAS letter, you must save it on your computer or laptop, and when you fill out the application online, it asks you to attach it. (if you are doing this application in person, you must print it out to take you).

Most Police Records checks can be completed online now. You should check with your local police Force for more information. If you are under OPP, here is the link https://www.opp.ca/index.php?id=147 


 

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