COUNCIL TO THE CANADIAN TIRE INDUSTRY (S.C.C.T.I.)
CONSTITUTIONS AND BY-LAWS 1997
organization shall be called the Supplier's Council
to the Canadian Tire Industry
AND OBJECTIVES [Article
advance and promote the interests of the Canadian
tire dealers and retreaders.
promote co-operative relationships between the
Manufacturers, Distributors and Suppliers and
the Canadian Tire Sealers and Retreaders.
To enhance the image of the Manufacturers, Distributors
To co-operate with recognized national and
regional tire dealer and retreader associations
by assisting with their national and regional conventions,
trade shows and other industry related
educational and technical events.
At the discretion of the Directors of the S.C.C.T.I.
to financially support all regional and national
conventions, trade shows and educational and
It is not the intention of the S.C.C.T.I. to control
or attempt to control prices or discounts of their
recognized Manufacturer, Distributor or Supplier to
the tire industry. Rights of the membership may be
exercised by an authorized member or his authorized
delegate or alternative.
annual fee for membership shall be reviewed annually.
Any member in arrears of 60 days after receipt
of the annual invoice, shall be notified and an
additional 30 days of grace extended after which
his membership will be cancelled.
An application for membership shall be made in
writing to the S.C.C.T.I. Board of Directors.
member may resign by giving thirty (30) days notice
in writing. Dues are not refundable.
Any member may be suspended by a majority vote
of the Directors.
is a non-profit organization.
regular meeting to be held between the fiscal
year period, January 1 to December 31, at the
discretion of the President.
Meetings may be held at international, national
and/or regional industry related conventions,
trade shows and educational and technical
||Notices of meetings
shall me issued by the Executive Director
a. For membership meetings - to all members
For Board of Directors meetings - to all Board of Directors
preside at all meetings of the Association as chair.
Shall call or have the Executive Director call
all meetings of the Association, and shall perform
such duties as may be incident to the office. The
President may, if appropriate, nominate a member
in good standing to act as chairman in his/her stead at
any of the Association meetings.
assist the President in the performances of his/her duties,
and in the absence of the President shall inherit
all the authority vested in the President.
be the custodian of all the records of the Association.
Shall be responsible for the disbursement of all
funds and shall keep a viable record and prepare Financial Statements
for each Board of Directors and membership meeting.
The incumbent will be a signing officer of the
S.C.C.T.I. (together with the President and the
Vice-President - any two of whom may sign a cheque)
and maintain a bank account at a recognized Canadian
financial institution as approved by the Board of
The executive Director shall act as a Secretary of
the S.C.C.T.I. meeting and publish minutes and keep
all records of meetings of the Association.
If the Executive Director is not present at any duly
called S.C.C.T.I. meeting a member of the board
shall be designated to keep minutes and shall
promptly forward such minutes to the Executive
The Executive Director shall keep an accurate and up-to-date list of the
Members in good standing available for inspection at