15. A director may not be appointed as an officer of the Centre.
Marginal note:No remuneration
16. The directors are not entitled to be paid any remuneration, but are entitled to be paid such reasonable travel and other expenses incurred by them in connection with their duties or functions under this Act as may be fixed by the by-laws of the Centre.
17. (1) The board of directors may make by-laws with respect to the conduct and management of the affairs of the Centre and the carrying out of the duties and functions of the board under this Act, including by-laws providing for
(a) the establishment of committees of the board of directors, including an executive committee, and the duties, functions and powers of the committees;
(b) the duties, functions and powers of the chairperson and the officers of the Centre, including the executive director;
(c) the appointment and remuneration of the officers of the Centre;
(d) the delegation of any functions of the board of directors to an executive committee and the manner in which those functions are to be performed;
(e) the mandate, duties and functions of the dispute resolution secretariat, the resource centre and any other part of the Centre;
(f) the terms and conditions of eligibility for services provided by the Centre;
(g) the establishment of a policy respecting the official languages of Canada that includes
(i) principles governing the use of English and French by the staff of the Centre in their communications, provision of services and daily work, and
(ii) a mechanism for resolving disputes related to the application of the policy;
(h) the fixing of fees and charges to be paid for the services and facilities provided by the Centre or the determination of a manner for calculating those fees and charges;
(i) the establishment of mediation and arbitration procedures for resolving sport disputes, including a mechanism for determining the manner in which the parties may select an arbitrator or mediator and the language, according to the needs of the parties, in which the parties may be heard and the decision rendered;
(j) the qualifications for arbitrators or mediators;
(k) the establishment of a code of ethics for directors, officers and employees of the Centre, as well as for arbitrators and mediators who provide dispute resolution services under the auspices of the Centre; and
(l) personnel management, including terms and conditions of employment of persons employed by the Centre.
Marginal note:By-laws available to the public
(2) A copy of every by-law shall be kept at the head office of the Centre. Anyone is entitled, during the usual business hours of the Centre, to examine the by-laws and, on payment of a reasonable fee, to photocopy them in whole or in part.
Marginal note:Statutory Instruments Act does not apply
(3) By-laws made under subsection (1) are not statutory instruments for the purposes of the Statutory Instruments Act.
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