Table of Contents
Head Office, Branches and Districts...
Election of Council...
Meetings of the Council...
Representatives to and from other Organizations
Meetings of the Association...
Executive Director, Acting Registrar...
Finances of the Association...
Life and Honorary Members...
Scholarships and Benefit Programs...
Register of Members...
Seals, Stamps and Certificates...
Assessment of Costs for Hearings and Appeals...
PART 8 - LIFE AND HONORARY MEMBERS
Council, may confer life membership in the Association upon
any professional member who
(a) has been a professional
member for 25 or more years; or has held equivalent registration
in a jurisdiction recognized by the Association, and professional
membership totalling a minimum of 25 years, of which at least
the last 10 years have been with the Association, and
(b) has retired from the
practice of the profession
(2) Notwithstanding Section
25(1), Council, in its sole discretion, may confer life membership
in the Association upon any professional member it deems worthy.
(3) Subject to Section 25(1),
life members retain all of the obligations, duties and privileges
of professional membership and pay annual fees as may be specified
Council, in its discretion by unanimous vote, may confer Honorary
Life Membership in the Association upon any professional member
who has rendered signal service to the Association.
Life Members retain all of the obligations,
duties and privileges of professional membership but are exempted
from payment of annual fees.
Council, in its discretion by unanimous vote, may confer
honorary membership in the Association upon persons who have given
eminent service to the profession. There shall at no time be more
than 30 honorary members in the Association.
(2) Honorary membership may
be revoked by unanimous vote of the Council for conduct considered
detrimental to the profession.
(3) Honorary members do not
have the right to vote on Association affairs, to call themselves
professional members or create the impression that they are professional
members, or to engage in the practice of engineering, geology
(4) Honorary members are not
required to pay any annual fees.