108. For the purposes of section 510 of the Act, the references to an agency in the first paragraph are references to a public institution and the reference to an agency in the second paragraph is a reference to an integrated health and social services centre or, for regions having more than one integrated centre, to the one resulting from the amalgamation of the agency and other institutions.
The by-law referred to in the second paragraph of section 510 of the Act must prescribe that a regional committee is to be composed of not fewer than seven nor more than 11 members who are representative of the region’s English-speaking population. It must also prescribe that the members of the committee are to be appointed by the board of directors of the integrated centre from a list of names provided by organizations that promote the interests of English speakers and are identified by the provincial committee set up in accordance with section 509 of the Act.
In the Montréal region, the lists of names are provided by organizations that promote the interests of English speakers and are identified by the integrated centres recognized under section 29.1 of the Charter of the French language (chapter C-11).
In regions having more than one public institution, the by-law mentioned in the second paragraph is adopted after consultation with those institutions.